INSECTS AS INDICATORS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGING AND POLLUTION: A REVIEW OF APPROPRIATE SPECIES AND THEIR MONITORING
Palavras-chave:Bioindicators, Insecta, Environmental polution, Monitoring
ResumoResponses of some species to disturbances can be used as a parameter of analysis about levels of change in the environmental services. These species can be used as environmental bioindicators. Class Insecta has many appropriate species. This paper aims an analysis of bioindicator species of the impact caused by intensive agriculture, deforestation, reforestation and pollution of aquatic and terrestrial environments.
Mauricio da Rocha, J. R., De Almeida, J. R., Lins, G. A., & Durval, A. (2010). INSECTS AS INDICATORS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGING AND POLLUTION: A REVIEW OF APPROPRIATE SPECIES AND THEIR MONITORING. Holos Environment, 10(2), 250–262. https://doi.org/10.14295/holos.v10i2.2996