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Freshwater Ostracods (Crustacea: Ostracoda) of the GenusCypretta VAVRA, 1895 from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines
The genus Cypretta VAVRA, 1895 from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines is reviewed. Currently, eleven species are known from these areas. Two new species are described and two species are… Expand
Freshwater ostracods (Crustacea: Ostracoda) of the subfamily Dolerocypridinae Triebel, 1961 from Southeast Asia
The systematics of the freshwater ostracods of the subfamily Dolerocypridinae in Southeast Asia is reviewed: A total of five species are known and they are assigned to three genera. Astenocypris… Expand
Description of a new species of the genus Hungarocypris Vavra, 1906 (Crustacea : Ostracoda) from Sulawesi, Indonesia, with a discussion on the distribution of the genus
A new species of the genus Hungarocypris Varvra, 1906 is described from Sulawesi, Indonesia. This is the third known living species for the genus. At present four extinct and three extant species are… Expand
The biology of snakehead, Channa obscura (Gunther), in a Nigerian pond under monoculture
Abstract Some aspects of the biology of Channa obscura (Gunther) based on small samples under monoculture are presented and discussed. The length-weight relationship indicated positive allometric… Expand
Effects of pesticide temephos on the gills of Aphanius dispar (Pisces: Cyprinodontidae).
The changes in the behavior of Aphanius dispar, a cyprinodont fish when exposed to different concentrations of temephos, an organophosphorus pesticide widely used to control mosquito larvae in… Expand
Effect of deltamethrin on the gills of Aphanius dispar: a microscopic study.
Aphanius dispar, a freshwater fish (mean total length±sd, 3.42±0.33 cm) was exposed to different concentrations of deltamethrin (2.25, 2.50 and 3.00 μg L(-1)), an insecticide used to control Dubas… Expand
Macrobenthic invertebrates of a stream flowing through farmlands in Southern Nigeria
Abstract Macrobenthic invertebrates of a fourth order stream flowing through farmlands in Southern Nigeria were studied. Fifty-five taxa, comprising a total of 9008 individuals were collected.… Expand
Fish communities of a perturbed stream in Southern Nigeria
Fish communities of a fourth order stream impounded by a weir were studied in Southern Nigeria. Fifty-eight species were recorded of which 90% occurred upstream while reservoir and downstream… Expand
A new freshwater ostracod (Crustacea, Ostracoda) from Batu Caves, West Malaysia, with the description of Batucyprettinae new subfamily
A new freshwater ostracod Batucypretta paradoxa n.gen., n.sp. is described from Batu Caves, West Malaysia. Batucypretta n.gen. has a unique combination of characters hitherto unknown for any genus of… Expand