Spearman's correlation between biomass of three dominant chironomid taxa and environmental parameters in the macrophytes of the tailwater of the Warta River. T − water temperature, O2 – dissolved oxygen, TN − total nitrogen, TP − total phosphorus, CPOM − coarse particulate organic matter, FPOM − fine particulate organic matter, TPOM − transported particulate organic matter, SAM − submersed aquatic macrophytes; d w − dry weight. Values statistically significant are bolded.
|(°C)||(mg L−1)||(mg L−1)||(mg L−1)||(g d w m−2)||(g d w m−2)||(g d w m−2)||(g d w m−2)|
|Orthocladius/Cricotopus spp.||–0.933**||0.633||0.967 **||–0.933 **||–0.769 *||–0.167||–0.483||0.486|
|Chironomus riparius Meigen||0.217||–0.033||–0.150||0.333||0.410||0.283||0.750 *||0.771|
|Glyptotendipes cauliginellus (Kieffer)||0.450||–0.067||–0.200||0.367||0.594||0.450||0.683 *||0.829 *|
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