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Started by Martin Spies, December 29, 2018, 02:05:52 PM

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Martin Spies

2018

Valente-Neto, F., Rodrigues, M. E., Roque, F. O. (2018) Selecting indicators based on biodiversity surrogacy and environmental response in a riverine network: Bringing operationality to biomonitoring. Ecol. Indicators 94(1): 198-206 + online suppl. material.

Martin Spies

#1
2019

Koperski, P. (2019) Phylogenetic diversity of larval Chironomidae (Diptera) in lowland rivers as a potential tool in assessment of environmental quality. Hydrobiologia 836(1): 83-96 + online suppl. material.

Ospina-Pérez, E. M., Campeón-Morales, O. I., Richardi, V. S., Rivera-Páez, F. A. (2019) Histological description of immature Chironomus columbiensis (Diptera: Chironomidae): A potential contribution to environmental monitoring. Microscopy Res. Technique 82( 8 ): 1277-1289.

Theissinger, K., Röder, N., Allgeier, S., Beermann, A. J., Brühl, C. A., Friedrich, A., Michiels, S., Schwenk, K. (2019) Mosquito control actions affect chironomid diversity in temporary wetlands of the Upper Rhine Valley. Mol. Ecol. 28(18): 4300-4316 + online suppl. material. [first publd online (26.viii.2019)]

Martin Spies

#2
2020

Cortelezzi, A., Simoy, M. V., Siri, A., Donato, M., Cepeda, R. A., Marinelli, C. B., Berkunsky, I. (2020) New insights on bioindicator value of chironomids by using occupancy modelling. Ecol. Indicators 117(paper 6619): 8 pp. + online suppl. material.

Martin Spies

2021

Park, K., Kwak, L.-S. (2021) Multi-level gene expression in response to environmental stress in aquatic invertebrate chironomids: Potential applications in water quality monitoring. Reviews envir. Contamin. Toxicol. 259: 77-122 + online suppl. material. [publd online 19.x.2021]

Martin Spies

2022

Montaño-Campaz, M. L., G-Dias, L., Toro-Restrepo, B. (2022) Chironomus columbiensis (Diptera: Chironomidae) as test organism for aquatic bioassays: Mass rearing and biological traits. An. Acad. Bras. Cienc. 94(3, e20210389): 13 pp. [publd online 27.vi.2022]

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