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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2017, Vol. 4 Issue 4, Part B
Sediment chemistry and Macrozoobenthos of Gagribal Basin of Dal Lake
Author(s): Mohammad Farooq Mir, Aubid Bashir, Mohd Yaseen Gudoo, Sualiha Tabassum, Muzamil Bashir, Rifat Farooq and Suhaib Bundh
Abstract: During the present investigation 9 species of Macrozoobenthos belonging to three phyla viz., Annelida, Arthopoda and Mollusca were recorded and the most dominant species found was Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri in terms of population density. The nature of sediment and the physico-chemical parameters of the sediment affected the population density of the Macrozoobenthos. Sandy clay was found most suitable for the bottom fauna.
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How to cite this article:
Mohammad Farooq Mir, Aubid Bashir, Mohd Yaseen Gudoo, Sualiha Tabassum, Muzamil Bashir, Rifat Farooq and Suhaib Bundh. Sediment chemistry and Macrozoobenthos of Gagribal Basin of Dal Lake. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2017; 4(4): 126-130.
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