Baseline Survey of Invertebrates at Indian Ridge Marsh, Indian Creek, and Hegewisch Marsh

Nick Tzovolos, David J. Voegtlin

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Abstract

Invertebrate sampling was conducted at three sites: Indian Ridge Marsh, Indian Creek, and Hegewisch Marsh. A total of 1,626 species were recorded. Further sampling would yield many more species. Approximately 48% of all species came from the sedge meadows of the Indian Ridge Marsh and Hegewisch Marsh, relatively small portions of these properties. It is recommended that these locations not be disturbed to preserve their diversity.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationChampaign, IL
PublisherIllinois Sustainable Technology Center
StatePublished - Mar 2015

Publication series

NameTR Series (Illinois Sustainable Technology Center)
No.56

Keywords

  • Invertebrates -- Illinois
  • Biodiversity -- Illinois

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    Tzovolos, N., & Voegtlin, D. J. (2015). Baseline Survey of Invertebrates at Indian Ridge Marsh, Indian Creek, and Hegewisch Marsh. (TR Series (Illinois Sustainable Technology Center); No. 56). Illinois Sustainable Technology Center.