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Physicochemical Changes and Abundance of Freshwater Snails in Anambra River (Nigeria) During the Rainy Season
Ecological Chemistry and Engineering S-Chemia I Inzynieria Ekologiczna S
Rapid diversification is a way of responding to environmental change for freshwater organisms. This work examined the physicochemical changes and abundance of freshwater snails in Anambra River (Nigeria) during the rainy season. Field studies were conducted fortnightly from June to August 2019 at three stations of the river namely: Otuocha (station I), Otunsugbe (station II), and Ukwubili (station III) about 8.35 kilometers apart from each other. A scoop net of 2 cm mesh size and handpickingdoi:10.2478/eces-2022-0013 fatcat:bqelpzj7cje4zj2ipeib2ndpda