Hyalellidae

Hyalellidae

[‚hī·ə′lel·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of amphipod crustaceans in the suborder Gammaridea.
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Six distinct taxa had more than 100 individuals in one or more samples from the RR including Viviparidae and Hydrobiidae, Chironomidae, Hyalellidae, Coenagrionidae, Ostracoda, and Physa.
Lumbriculidae were found only outside the limits of the active river channel and Hyalellidae were found only deep (60-100 cm) below the bed surface.
Las familias que presentaron las mayores abundancias fueron Baetidae (Ephemeroptera), Simuliidae (Diptera) y Hyalellidae (Amphipoda) mientras que Dytiscidae, Hydrophilidae y Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) presentaron los valores mas bajos (Apendice 1, digital).
Distributional patters of the South American species of Hyalella (Amphipoda, Hyalellidae).
The Hyalella azteca species complex.--Hyalella (Amphipoda: Talitroidea: Hyalellidae) are distributed across many lacustrine habitats throughout North America and exhibit substantial genetically based differentiation among populations in body size (Strong, 1972; Wellborn, 1994a), behavior (Strong, 1973; Wellborn, 1995b; Thomas et al., 1997), life history (Strong, 1972; France, 1992; Wellborn, 1994b) arid morphology (Stevenson and Peden, 1973; Cole and Watkins, 1977).