Especies de vida libre de la subclase Copepoda (Arthropoda, Crustacea) en aguas continentales de Colombia. Biota Colombiana, 8: GUERNE, J. DE & J. Biodiversidad marina de Costa Rica: Los microcrustáceos: Subclase Copepoda (Crustacea: Maxillopoda). Revista de Biología Tropical 49(Suppl. 2): – The freshwater copepod genus Metacyclops Kiefer, was revised by .. de vida libre de la subclase Copepoda (Arthropoda, Crustacea) en.


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subclase copepoda The finding of this species represents also the first record of the genus in Mexico and the third in North America, where only two other species, Metacyclops gracilis Lilljeborg, and Metacyclops cushae Reid, have been hitherto reported.

This is also the first continental record of a species of Metacyclops from an arid environment in the Americas.

This species appears to be endemic to the Chihuahuan Desert, thus emphasizing the high endemicity of this area. Arid environments, Cyclopoida, freshwater zooplankton, inland water crustaceans, copepod taxonomy Introduction The freshwater copepod genus Metacyclops Kiefer, was revised by Herbstwho recognized 47 species.

Many species have been added from investigations in different regions of the world BranceljReid, HerbstRochaGalassi subclase copepoda PescePesce et al.

In the Americas, the genus is represented by 24 species, most of them occurring in Central and South America; it appears to be quite less diverse in North America, where only two species have subclase copepoda recorded: It is probable that the diversity of the genus in North America could be underestimated as result of inadequate sampling of suitable non-planktonic habitats and because of the exclusion of the genus from regional keys ReidDussart and DefayeGaviria and ArangurenJ.

Lindberg separated the genus into two distinct groups: Recent taxonomic works HerbstReid, FiersKaranovic ab recognize four groups based on the spine formula of the terminal exopodite segment of legs designated as spine formula of legs The first group, with a spine formula contains 52 of the 62 species of the genus.

The second and third groups each contain one species, Metacyclops mortoni Pesce, De Laurentiis and Humphreys, and Subclase copepoda cushae Reid,respectively.

The fourth group among the species of Metacyclops subclase copepoda the trispinosus-group, with a spine formula Karanovic ab.

Karanovic b stated that the trispinosus-group is an easily recognizable group of species with an Eastern Gondwana connection Africa, India, Australia, and New Zealand.

Until recently, it contained 8 species but Karanovic et al.

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Sars, ],Pescecyclops monacanthus [Kiefer, ]and Pescecyclops kimberlyi [Karanovic, ]distinguished by the presence of three spines on the distal subclase copepoda segment of all swimming legs, only one apical spine on the fourth leg endopod, and the absence of sexual dimorphism.

Studies in Neotropical Subclase copepoda and Environment Petersburg sich findenden Cyclopiden. Google Scholar Frisch, D.

Flood-mediated dispersal versus hatching: Especies de vida libre de la subclase Copepoda Arthropoda, Crustacea en aguas continentales de Colombia. Google Scholar Graeter, Subclase copepoda. Google Scholar Grehan, J.

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Google Scholar Grimaldo-Ortega, D. Additions to Mexican freshwater copepods with the description of the female Leptodiaptomus mexicanus Marsh.


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