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|Title:||Experiments on colonization of small water bodies by Culicidae and Chironomidae as a function of decomposing plant substrates and their implications for natural Amazonian ecosystems.|
|metadata.dc.relation.ispartof:||Volume 10, Número 1, Pags. 113-125|
|Abstract:||Echinochloa polystachea is decomposed by bacteria. Oviposition by Culicidae is correlated to bacterial density. In containers with submerged forest litter (decomposing prevalently by fungi) bacterial densities remain roughly as low as in water controls, and oviposition by Culicidae is sporadic. -from Author|
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