(Crustacea, Copepoda) from the upper Parana River floodplain, Brazil.
x x Harpacticus uniremis Krayer, 1842 x Parastenocaris brevipes Kessler, 1913 x Mesocyclops leukarti (Claus, 1857) x Cyclopidae
Nauplii + + + Copepodite + + + DIPTERA Chaoboridae Chaoborus sp.
poppei Mrazek (1901) 0 0 Parabroteas sarsi Ekman (1905) 0 0 Family Diaptomidae Tumeodiaptomus diabolicus 0 0 Dussart (1979) Order Cyclopoida Family Cyclopidae
Acanthocyclops michaelseni 0 0 Mrazek (1901) A.
If this hypothesis is true, we predict that we will find mostly members of fast-swimming Cyclopidae
and not large, slow-swimming cladocerans in the water samples.
Their perspectives and findings include taxonomic differentiation and world geographical distribution of the Eucyclops serrulatus group, how to reinterpret the internal structures of female genitalia in Cyclopidae
, a third genus of parastenocaridid copepods from Australia supported by molecular evidence, limnetic zooplankton of Chilean lakes and reservoirs, diversity and spatial distribution of copepods in the St.
, cosmopolitan forms were dominant (10 species), followed by Neotropical (5), Nearctic (5), and endemic (4) elements (Table 1).
The copepods were represented by the families Cyclopidae
(three species) and Diaptomidae (one species) (Table 1).
Pulex; y Bosminidae: Bosmina longirostris); y en los copepodos tambien se reportaron 2 familias, Cyclopidae
(Arctodiaptomus dorsalis) y Diaptomidae (Thermocyclops decipiens).
Among the microcrustaceans, 26 species of cladocerans and 15 species of copepods were identified, the latter comprised by seven species of Cyclopidae
and eight species of Diaptomidae.
Datos biogeograficos y nuevas localidades de copepodos de la familia Cyclopidae
(Copepoda, Cyclopoida) de la Argentina.
Taxon C0 C1 C2 C3 COPEPODA Cyclopidae
Eucyclops elegans (Herrick, 1884) X Mesocyclops meridianus (Kiefer, 1926) X X X X Metacyclops mendocinus (Wierzejski, 1892) X X X X Paracyclops chiltoni (Thomson, 1883) X Thermocyclops decipiens (Kiefer, 1929) X X X X Thermocyclops inversus (Kiefer, 1936) X X Tropocyclops prasinus (Fischer, 1860) X X Diaptomidade Notodiaptomus cearensis (Wright, 1936) X X X X Harpacticoida Potamocaris sp.