Cyclopoida


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Cyclopoida

[‚sī·klō′pȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of small copepod crustaceans.
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Marine interstitial; poecilostomatoida and cyclopoida (copepoda) of Australia.
Partial revision of Paracyclops Claus, 1893 (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Cyclopoidae) with description of four new species.
Of the 13 taxa 4 belonged to the suborder Calanoida, and 9 to Cyclopoida (the third suborder, Harpacticoida, is eumeiobenthic).
2]), mostly due to Cyclopoida abundant in the deeper zones of the stratified lakes, but again three times lower than in the lagoons rich in Nematoda and Ostracoda (36 430 ind.
RRZ Cladocera 13% Rotifera 42% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 9% Nauplii 29% RRTZ Cladocera 20% Rotifera 30% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 10% Nauplii 33% MLZ Cladocera 17% Rotifera 21% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 15% Nauplii 40% WRTZ Cladocera 14% Rotifera 37% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 9% Nauplii 33% WRZ Cladocera 10% Rotifera 49% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 6% Nauplii 28% Note: Table made from pie chart Figure 7.
and Cyclopoida, and Bodin (1997) for Harpacticoida.
Page 8 in Copepoda Cyclopoida genera Mesocyclops and Thermocyclops.
Trichotria tetractis copepod nauplii Wigrella depressa RRZ Cladocera 13% Rotifera 42% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 9% Nauplii 29% RRTZ Cladocera 20% Rotifera 30% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 10% Nauplii 33% MLZ Cladocera 17% Rotifera 21% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 15% Nauplii 40% WRTZ Cladocera 14% Rotifera 37% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 9% Nauplii 33% WRZ Cladocera 10% Rotifera 49% Calanoida 7% Cyclopoida 6% Nauplii 28% Figure 4.
Chironomidae, Oligochaeta, and Chaoborus flavicans dominated both in the biomass and abundance in macrozoobenthos, while Cyclopoida, Chironomidae, and Oligochaeta were the most abundant in meiobenthos (Table 2).
The percentage of these species in the total zooplankton abundance was quite low, except in the case of Cyclopoida, which were quite abundant in August and November.