Latin America is characterized by hosting a great diversity of ecosystems, where freshwater environments stand out due to their ubiquity in the landscape. These ecosystems present a variety of conditions that create an environment conducive to the establishment of aquatic organisms. In Latin America we find from large rivers in tropical or semi-desert regions to mountain streams or intermittent pampas, and from shallow tropical lakes, high mountain bogs to deep lakes of cold climates, which create unique environments with a typical biota adapted to the environment already its eventual variations (Bonetto & Wais, 2006).


Freshwater research in Latin America: Current research topics, challenges, and opportunities

Alonso Ramírez, Pablo E. Gutiérrez-Fonseca

S1-S12 |

Urban streams in Latin America: Current conditions and research needs

Jeymmy M. Walteros, Alonso Ramírez

S13-S28 |

Diversity patterns of aquatic macroinvertebrates in a tropical high-Andean catchment

Rodrigo Espinosa, Patricio Andino, Sophie Cauvy-Fraunié, Olivier Dangles, Dean Jacobsen, Verónica Crespo-Pérez

S29-S53 |

Seasonal variation, physicochemical and hydrological characteristics that influence aquatic macroinvertebrates, in a tropical river

Francisco Quesada-Alvarado, Gerardo Umaña Villalobos, Monika Springer, Jorge Picado-Barboza

S54-S67 |

Aquatic macroinvertebrate colonization on three artificial substrates, in a tropical river

Francisco Quesada-Alvarado, Darha Solano-Ulate

S68-S78 |

Feeding preferences of Phylloicus sp. (Trichoptera: Calamoceratidae) in a Neotropical river of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia

Cesar E. Tamaris-Turizo, Katty Gómez-Arrieta, Gabriel A. Pinilla-A.

S79-S91 |

Feeding preferences in aquatic invertebrates associated to Egeria densa in a tropical high-mountain lake

Adriana Pedroza-Ramos, Cesar E. Tamaris-Turizo, Nelson Aranguren-Riaño

S92-S103 |

Macroinvertebrates of Eichhornia crassipes (Pontederiaceae) roots in the alluvial floodplain of large tropical rivers (Argentina)

Alicia S. G. Poi, Juan J. Neiff, Sylvina L. Casco, Luciana I. Gallardo

S104-S115 |

Aquatic macroinvertebrates in streams associated with high Andean wetlands of Ayacucho Peru.

Carlos Carrasco, Carolina Rayme, Rosa del Pilar Alarcón, Yuri Ayala, Jerry Arana, Héctor Aponte

S116-S161 |

Study of the taxonomic and functional diversity of the macroinvertebrate assemblages in an Andean mountain river.

Camila Andrea Díaz-Rojas, Ángela Judith Motta-Díaz, Nelson Aranguren-Riaño

S132-S149 |

First record of the genus Interocoris (Heteroptera: Naucoridae) from Central America and observations on Interocoris mexicanus.

Federico Herrera, Darha Solano-Ulate, Monika Springer

S150-S158 |

Expanding the knowledge of plankton diversity of tropical lakes from the Northeast Colombian Andes

María I. Criales-Hernández, Diana M. Sanchez-Lobo, Johanna K. Almeyda-Osorio

S159-S176 |

Distribution and habitat use intensity of the Neotropical Otter (Lontra longicaudis) in a Colombian hydroelectric dam

V Franco-Pérez, Pamela Andrea Hincapié-Usma, Carlos Andrés Restrepo, Sergio A. Balaguera-Reina, Giovany Guevara

S177-S189 |