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Limnology and Aquatic Birds
Aquatic birds were counted on five Gulf coast Florida rivers to determine if these river systems supported densities, biomass and species richness similar to those found on Florida lakes. Forty-two species were identified and for the species that were found on both Florida streams and lakes similar densities and biomass were encountered. As with Florida lakes, stream bird abundance and species richness were higher in winter months than in summer months, a consequence of migratory birddoi:10.1007/978-1-4020-5556-0_2 fatcat:mxeqkcpu7rc2phc3eh6lfu55gy