A review of current Antarctic limno-terrestrial microfauna

Abstract

Antarctic arthropods (mites and springtails) have been the subject of numerous studies. However, by far, the most diverse and numerically dominant fauna in Antarctica are the limno-terrestrial microfauna (tardigrades, rotifers and nematodes). Although they have been the focus of several studies, there remains uncertainty of the actual number of species in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00300-014-1544-4

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@article{VelascoCastrilln2014ARO, title={A review of current Antarctic limno-terrestrial microfauna}, author={Alejandro Velasco-Castrill{\'o}n and John A. E. Gibson and Mark I. Stevens}, journal={Polar Biology}, year={2014}, volume={37}, pages={1517-1531} }