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Turbellarien, Oligochaeten und Archianneliden des Breitenbachs und anderer oberhessischer Mittelgebirgsbäche IV. Allgemeine Grundlagen der Verbreitung von Turbellarien und Oligochaeten in Fließgwässern Schlitzer produktionsbiologische Studien (43-4) Turbellaria, Oligochaeta and Archiannelida from Breitenbach and other highland streams in Eastern Hesse IV. Fundamental principles of the distribution of Turbellaria and Oligochaeta in running waters (Schlitz studies on prodictivity, no. 43-4)

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Schwank,  Peter
Limnological River Station Schlitz, Max Planck Institute for Limnology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Max Planck Society;

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Schwank, P. (1982). Turbellarien, Oligochaeten und Archianneliden des Breitenbachs und anderer oberhessischer Mittelgebirgsbäche IV. Allgemeine Grundlagen der Verbreitung von Turbellarien und Oligochaeten in Fließgwässern Schlitzer produktionsbiologische Studien (43-4) Turbellaria, Oligochaeta and Archiannelida from Breitenbach and other highland streams in Eastern Hesse IV. Fundamental principles of the distribution of Turbellaria and Oligochaeta in running waters (Schlitz studies on prodictivity, no. 43-4). Archiv für Hydrobiologie/Supplement 62 (Monographische Beiträge), 2, 254-290.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-000F-CBAB-7
Abstract
In running waters, Turbellaria and Oligochaeta are distrubited in characteristic synecological groups. The most important regulator of distribution is the structure of the microhabitats. Phenology, human influences on the fauna, the value of some species as indicators of pollution and the role of Turbellaria and Oligochaeta in the stream ecosystem are discussed.