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Invertebrate richness, density, mass, and functional-group analyses were used as surrogates for ecosystem attributes to evaluate conditions of 10 remnant oxbows along the channelized lower Caloosahatchee River in southwest Florida. Replicate 30-sec dipnet samples were taken in Hydrocotyle and Nuphar plant beds that accounted for Ͼ80% of cover in the oxbows. Dissolved oxygen (DO) was Ͻ65% saturation at the bottom in most oxbows, and all beds, except for 1 Hydrocotyle bed, were rated asdoi:10.2307/1468416 fatcat:zze4vfvhvvfdjf3relphhzz5vy