British Wildlife 18.3 February 2007

Invertebrates associated with coarse woody debris in streams and rivers in Britain

Woody debris in streams and rivers is very important for a variety of wildlife, including many specialised invertebrates. Partially submerged wood and log-jams act as a food resource and as a habitat within and along the stream channel. 

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