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Studio della biocenosi interstiziale come possibile strumento per la valutazione della qualità ambientale del Fiume Orcia

@inproceedings{Berera2003StudioDB,
  title={Studio della biocenosi interstiziale come possibile strumento per la valutazione della qualit{\`a} ambientale del Fiume Orcia},
  author={Raffaella Berera and C. Bianchini and Lorenza Pariciani and Roberta Raschioni and V. Cottarelli},
  year={2003}
}
RIASSUNTO - Studio della biocenosi interstiziale come possibile strumento per la valutazione della qualita ambientale del Fiume Orcia - La caratterizzazione dell’ambiente iporreico del Fiume Orcia e stata condotta attraverso lo studio delle taxocenosi a Copepodi Arpacticoidi e le analisi chimico-fisiche delle acque interstiziali. Il rinvenimento di comunita povere, sia in termini di diversita sia in numero di individui, e le drastiche variazioni di alcuni parametri ambientali hanno consentito… 
Interstitial harpacticoids from groundwater in Tuscany (Central Italy): Parastenocaris reidae sp. nov., Nitocrella ensifera sp. nov., and notes on the morphology of Parastenocaris cf. glacialis Noodt (Crustacea: Copepoda)
TLDR
Two new interstitial harpacticoids were recently collected from groundwater in Tuscany (Central Italy) and described and discussed the affinities of the former species, and a preliminary description of the latter.

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