First results of scientific studies, developed by the group of Tropical Benthic Ecology, were published in the XXV Encontro Brasileiro de Malacologia (EBRAM), and presented by our team members Rosana Silva and Valdo Sena. EBRAM is a consolidated scientific event that counts with professionals and academics from several countries in South America that discuss issues related to molluscs.
Our published poster are titled as follows:
Macrozoobentos associado ao cultivo de bivalves límnicos no rio Tabatinga, Abaetetuba, Pará
Primeiro registro de Corbicula largillierti (Philippi, 1844) (Bivalvia: Cyrenidae) no rio Tabatinga, Amazônia, Norte do Brasil
Densidade populacional de bivalves límnicos no rio Tabatinga, Baía do Capim, região Norte do Brasil
Relações morfométricas de Stramonita brasiliensis Claremont & Reid, 2011 (Gastropoda: Muricidae) do rio Urideua, Salinópolis, Pará, Brasil
Presented results are part of the project developed by the Tropical Benthic Ecology group, whose main objective is to study ecological aspects of freshwater bivalves in the state of Pará, financed by the Fundação Amazônia de Amparo a Estudos e Pesquisas (FAPESPA).