Chironomidae assemblage and its traits allowed the segregation of stream types, reflecting streams natural environmental diversity and their potential for bioassessment. Observable morphological traits, related with functions of Chironomidae in the system, are particularly useful to this segregation avoiding their taxonomic identification.
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