Forest And Dragonflies: 4th Wda Symposium of Odonatology, by A. C. Rivera

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A. LENFERS. 1996. Aquatic Botany 55: 93-105. GESSNER, M. 2005. Ergosterol as a Measure of Fungal Biomass. S. Graça, F. O. Gessner (eds), Methods to Study Litter Decomposition: A Practical Guide, Springer, Dordrecht. , E. CHAUVET & M. DOBSON. 1999. A perspective on leaf litter breakdown in streams. S. 1993. Patterns and processes in detritus-based stream systems. Limnologica 23: 107-114. S. 2001. The role of invertebrates on leaf litter decomposition in streams – A review. International Review of Hydrobiology 86: 383-393.

1994. Feeding plasticity of two detritivore-shredders. Freshwater Biology 32: 133-142. , B. SCHIEFERSTEIN U. A. LENFERS. 1996. Aquatic Botany 55: 93-105. GESSNER, M. 2005. Ergosterol as a Measure of Fungal Biomass. S. Graça, F. O. Gessner (eds), Methods to Study Litter Decomposition: A Practical Guide, Springer, Dordrecht. , E. CHAUVET & M. DOBSON. 1999. A perspective on leaf litter breakdown in streams. S. 1993. Patterns and processes in detritus-based stream systems. Limnologica 23: 107-114. S.

With such an amount of leaves, it is virtually impossible that some of this material does not reach streams. The amount of organic material reaching streams is variable, depending on the type of trees in the riparian zone, canopy cover, slope of margins, format of the valley and winds. Values up to 2800 g dry mass m-2 year-1 of litter input have been measured (reviewed by Abelho 2001). Although rivers have a unidirectional flow, it is wrong to assume that leaves and other plant detritus entering streams would be washed away.

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