We investigated the changes of the macroinvertebrate assemblages of natural springs along an altitudinal gradient in the Bernese Alps. The composition of the faunistic assemblages changed distinctively along this gradient. The water temperature was the most important factor for the macroinvertebrates at different altitudes.
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