TAXONOMIC DIFFERENTIATION AND WORLD GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE EUCYCLOPS SERRULATUS GROUP (COPEPODA, CYCLOPIDAE, EUCYCLOPINAE)

@inproceedings{Alekseev2011TAXONOMICDA,
  title={TAXONOMIC DIFFERENTIATION AND WORLD GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE EUCYCLOPS SERRULATUS GROUP (COPEPODA, CYCLOPIDAE, EUCYCLOPINAE)},
  author={V. Alekseev and D. Defaye},
  year={2011}
}
The serrulatus-group (genus Eucyclops, Eucyclopinae, Cyclopidae), which includes species having a 12-segmented antennule possessing a smooth hyaline membrane on its distal three segments, caudal rami of moderate length (l/w ratio 3.5-7), and a strong inner spine on P5, is here defined and described. The species of this group also share a particular set of microcharacters on the coxopodite of P4 and on the basipodite of the antenna, which in particular includes one or two groups of fine setae… Expand

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