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These are the results of two non-consecutive years observations and collections in two biotopes of that stream: a pool and a rapid. The ecological characteristics studied change in space and time. The present richness of species is high 21 species , nine of which are constant, six accessory and six accidental. The diversity is low 0. The most frequent species are Poecilia reticulata Peters, The density ranges from 0.
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