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The plankton of Lake Eyre
On the occasion of only its second filling this century, Lake Eyre was sampled seven times between July 1974 (when the minimum salinity value of 7%, was obtained) and April 1975 (salinity 40%,). TheExpand
Predator induction of crests in morphs of the Daphnia carinata King complex
Temperature, turbulence, oxygen, and notonectid predators (Anisops calcaratus) were studied experimentally as possible factors influencing crest growth in six different forms of the Daphnia carinataExpand
Ecological studies on the planktonic copepoda of the Brisbane river estuary with special reference to gladioferens pectinatus (Brady) (Calanoida)
The seasonal salinity and temperature characteristics of the Brisbane River estuary are discussed, and, in addition, the changes in relative ionic proportions that occur in passing from the gradientExpand
The body fluids of some centropagid copepods: Total concentration and amounts of sodium and magnesium
Abstract 1. 1. Calamoecia salina, which inhabits athalassic saline waters and has a salinity range of 14–130%, is essentially poikilosmotic over the lower half of its range, but there is evidence ofExpand
An all-conquering ecological journey: from the sea, calanoid copepods mastered brackish, fresh, and athalassic saline waters
Although it is commonly acknowledged that calanoid copepods inhabiting fresh water evolved from marine ancestors via the brackish water of estuaries, it is less well appreciated that a restrictedExpand
Taxonomy, ecology and zoogeography of two East Antarctic freshwater calanoid copepod species: Boeckella poppei and Gladioferens antarcticus
New populations of the two species of calanoid copepods known to inhabit freshwater lakes in East Antarctica, Boeckella poppei (Mrázek, 1901) and Gladioferens antarcticus Bayly, 1994, have recentlyExpand
New insights into the origins of crustaceans of Antarctic lakes
Abstract New evidence regarding the origins of the Crustacea of Antarctic lakes is reviewed. Palaeolimnological data indicates that the cladoceran Daphniopsis studeri has been present in Lake Reid,Expand