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Pond size effect on macrofauna community structure in a highly connected pond network The biogeographical principle that larger areas contain more species than smaller areas has more often been assumed than tested. In this sense, contradictory results have been published in studies on the relationship between water body size and species richness in temporary waters. Pond size can have an effect on the structure and composition of the macrofauna community, but this effect can be modified bydoi:10.23818/limn.35.27 fatcat:jjxc3f4wpva2df6us6aofdzdbq