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lotic

(lō′tĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or living in moving water.

lotic

of or relating to an aquatic environment where there is fast moving water. Compare LENTIC.
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The next step to distinguish between these two possibilities would be cross-transplanting young individuals from each habitat and raising them in both lentic and lotic habitats.
Colonization by lotic macroinvertebrates: a review of processes and patterns.
The Nematoda total density was 4% and 8%, respectively, in the lotic and lentic ecosystems, the group percentage abundance was six times higher in lotic water bodies sampled by modified Ekman Dredge method.
Lotic ecosystems in the Interior Plains have also experienced widespread alteration and degradation (Dodds et al.
15]N variation in reservoir habitats compared with fishes that are generally considered lotic specialists (johnny darter and smallmouth bass) which exhibited greater variation in riverine habitats (Table 1).
TABLE 2 Maximum size (carapace length, CL; total length, TL) reached in Macrobrachium amazonicum populations living in estuarine and continental waters with lotic or lentic c onditions Maximum body size Males TL (mm) CL (mm) ESTUARINE WATERS Amapa, Brazil 140 28.
Specifically, we compare the likelihood of Odonata in Illinois to be lentic versus lotic or generalists versus specialists.
The larvae of Eukiefferiella are almost exclusively lotic in flowing waters of all types.
The policy was adopted to protect and upgrade lotic water quality within the State.