A note on population densities of mollusca in the river Great Ouse at Ely, Cambridgeshire
Population density and dispersion of ten species of freshwater molluscs have been estimated by random quadrat sampling. An apparent association between four of the species is described.
KeywordsMollusca Population dispersion
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