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Species richness of the Cladocera (Branchiopoda: Anomopoda and Ctenopoda) in southern Thailand, and its complementarity with neighboring regions
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Cladoceran faunas were compared by a complementarity index at three levels: between habitat types, between different zones of Thailand, and between Thailand and other countries and some comparisons are robust while others are not. Expand
Taxon richness and biogeography of the Cladocera (Crustacea: Ctenopoda, Anomopoda) of Thailand
At present, 99 species of cladocerans are known from Thailand, but up to ten more have not been identified to species, particularly in Chydorus, Ephemeroporus and Pleuroxus. Cosmopolitan species areExpand
New and rare Rotifera from Thale-Noi Lake, Pattalang Province, Thailand, with a note on the taxonomy of Cephalodella (Notommatidae)
The rotifer fauna present in Thale-Noi Lake, Pattalang Province, Thailand on the 16th September 1995 is reported. A total of 106 species, the majority of which belong to the genera Lecane (31 %),Expand
Occurrence ofAlexandrium cohorticula in Japanese coastal water
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Two clones ofAlexandrium cohorticula were isolated at Aburatsubo, Sagami Bay, Japan and Cultured cells of both contained high amounts of paralytic shellfish toxins, comparable with that of highly toxic Thai clones. Expand
A checklist of the freshwater rotifer fauna of Thailand (Rotifera, Monogononta, Bdelloidea)
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A checklist of the freshwater Rotifera recorded from Thailand, based on a review of available literature, finds that most Thai rotifers are cosmopolitan followed by Trichocerca, Lepadella and Brachionus, and the most diverse genus is Lecane. Expand
POPULATION DYNAMICS OF GREEN NOCTILUCA SCINTILLANS (DINOPHYCEAE) ASSOCIATED WITH THE MONSOON CYCLE IN THE UPPER GULF OF THAILAND 1
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These findings showed the bottom‐up control of the population dynamics of N. scintillans through growth of phytoplankton as prey through growth in nutrient conditions favored by the seasonal shift in the circulation pattern associated with the monsoon cycle. Expand
The rotifer fauna of peat-swamps in southern Thailand
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The Rotifera from four peat-swamps in the provinces Suratthanee, Nakhonsri-thammarat, Yala and Yala were examined by the study of qualitative samples collected on three occasions during July, October and November, 1998, identifying 96 species, seventeen of which are new to the Thai rotifer fauna. Expand
Rotifera from Peat-Swamps in Phuket Province, Thailand, with the Description of a New Colurella Bory de St. Vincent
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The rotifer fauna of three peat-swamps in Phuket province, southern Thailand was investigated, and a new species, Colurella sanoamuangae n. Expand
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