International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences
Year : 2021 | Volume: 6 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 212-217
Diversity of Diptera and their contribution in the assessment of the ecological quality of Daloa's urban aquatic ecosystems (West-Central Cote d'Ivoire)
K.R Djene, J.R Allouko, A. Kressou, and K. Y Bony
Received on: 07/02/2021
Revised on: 08/15/2021
Accepted on: 08/17/2021
Published on: 08/31/2021
K.R Djene, J.R Allouko, A. Kressou, and K. Y Bony( 2021).
Diversity of Diptera and their contribution in the assessment of the ecological quality of Daloa's urban aquatic ecosystems (West-Central Cote d'Ivoire). International Journal of Zoology and Applied Biosciences, 6( 4), 212-217.
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The present study deals with the use of the little-known macro invertebrate Diptera in assessing the state of biotic integrity of Daloa's urban water bodies. Thus, aquatic macro invertebrates were sampled at a seasonal rate on 24 identified stations. The inventory showed 13128 macro invertebrate individuals of 208 taxa divided into 7 classes, 21 orders and 84 families. The Diptera is represented by 1987 individuals of 53 taxa from 16 families. Analysis of the Shannon index values shows that Rice Pond 1 and Gbedji Lake is the least diversified and balanced stations. The relative percentage of Diptera was recorded with values below 75%, thus reflecting two categories of stations: stations with moderate pollution and undisturbed stations.
Macro invertebrates, Diptera, Biotic integrity, Pollution, Daloa, Cô te d’ Ivoire.