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Subgeneric differentiation within Kurzia (Crustacea: Anomopoda: Chydoridae) and a new species from Central America
  • I. Hudec
  • Biology
    Hydrobiologia
  • 1 March 2000
TLDR
Kurzia latissima Kurz, 1874, from Central Europe is redescribed in detail.
Acidification and the structure of crustacean zooplankton in mountain lakes: The Tatra Mountains (Slovakia, Poland)
TLDR
Despite the first signs of biological recovery observed in the early 2000s, acidification remains the most important factor governing the structure of plankton in the Tatra lakes.
A comparison of populations from the Daphnia similis group (Cladocera: Daphniidae)
TLDR
European populations of Daphnia similis Claus have been compared with populations from tropical Asia and Australian populations and the D. simILis group was compared with D. carinata s.
Long-term change of the littoral Cladocera in the Tatra Mountain lakes through a major acidification event
TLDR
All species reacted to decreased pH levels during peak acidification in the 1980s by disappearing from most of the lakes of all categories; the only persisting species was Chydorus sphaericus.
Anomopoda (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) from some Venezuelan tepuis
  • I. Hudec
  • Biology
    Hydrobiologia
  • 1 July 1998
Seven anomnopodan species were recorded from top of Roraima and Ptari tepuis. Alona rusticoides is new species and Acroperus sp., Alonella cf. excisa and Paralona pigra seem to be different from
The cave biota of Slovakia
Pleuroxus denticulatus (Crustacea: Anomopoda: Chydoridae) a new invader in the Danube Basin
Pleuroxus denticulatus Birge, 1879 is a new invader from Western to Central Europe. Its occurrence in a Danube inundation (Slovak region) probably corresponds with the junction of the Danube and
Moina weismanni Ishikawa, 1896 (Cladocera, Moinidae) in Central Europe
  • I. Hudec
  • Biology
    Hydrobiologia
  • 3 July 1990
Moina weismanni Ishikawa is reported from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia. The species was formerly synonymized with Moina micrura Kurz, based on parthenogenotic females. In both species,
Moina oryzae n. sp. (Cladocera, Moinidae) from Tamil Nadu (South India)
  • I. Hudec
  • Biology
    Hydrobiologia
  • 1 February 1987
TLDR
The parthenogenetic and sexual females and male of Moina oryzae n.
A comparison of populations from the Daphnia similis group (Cladocera: Daphniidae)
European populations of Daphnia similis Claus have been compared with populations from tropical Asia. Daphnia similoides n. sp. from tropical Asia was described as the sibling species of D. similis.
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