The invertebrates inhabiting four species of submerged macrophytes (Potamogeton perfolintus L., P. lucens L., Myriophyllum spicatum L. and Elodea canadensis Rich.) have been analysed. The Lepidoptera larvae, Phryganea grandis L. and Limnephilus sp. are the most strongly connected with macrophytes, whereas the numerous Naididae are only loosely connected with macrophytes. The macrophytes are used by invertebrates more as a life substrate than as food. The relations of the majority of invertebrates to the macrophytes are not permanent. The macrophytes can be substituted by another kind of substrate. P. perfoliatus and P. lucens are much more used by fauna than E. canadensis and M. spicatum and the latter are much less destroyed due to the activity of invertebrates.
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