Bosminidae

 
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2015
2015
Approximately 199 cladoceran species, 5 marine and 194 freshwater and continental saltwater species, live in China. Of these, 89… (More)
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2009
2009
The systematics of the freshwater crustacean genus Bosmina Baird, 1845 (Anomopoda: Bosminidae) is notoriously confused. Part of… (More)
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2008
2008
.............................................................................................................................................................................2 Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................................2 Methods ..............................................................................................................................................................................3 Results ................................................................................................................................................................................5 Taxonomy ...........................................................................................................................................................................6 Superclass Crustacea Lamarck, 1801 .................................................................................................................................8 Class Branchiopoda Latreille, 1817 ...................................................................................................................................8 Superorder Cladocera Milne-Edwards, 1840 .....................................................................................................................8 Order Ctenopoda Sars, 1865 .............................................................................................................................................. 8 Family Sididae Baird, 1850 ................................................................................................................................................8 Genus Diaphanosoma Fisher, 1850 ....................................................................................................................................8 Genus Latonopsis Sars, 1888 .............................................................................................................................................8 Order Anomopoda Sars, 1865 ............................................................................................................................................9 Family Daphniidae Straus, 1820 ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Genus Daphnia O. 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Müller, 1785 .....................................................................................................................................9 Genus Ceriodaphnia Dana, 1853 ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Genus Simocephalus Schoedler, 1858 .............................................................................................................................10 Genus Scapholeberis Schoedler, 1858 .............................................................................................................................10 Genus Moina Baird, 1850 ................................................................................................................................................10 Family Bosminidae Baird, 1845 ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Genus Bosmina Baird, 1845 ............................................................................................................................................ 11 Family Macrothricidae Norman & Brady, 1867 .............................................................................................................. 11 Genus Macrothrix Baird, 1843 ......................................................................................................................................... 11 Family Chydoridae Stebbing, 1902 .................................................................................................................................. 11 Subfamily Aloninae Frey, 1967 ....................................................................................................................................... 11 Genus Alona Baird, 1843 and Leberis Smirnov, 1989 ..................................................................................................... 11 Subfamily Chydorinae Stebbing, 1902 ............................................................................................................................12 Genus Chydorus Leach, 1816 ..........................................................................................................................................12 Genus Pleuroxus Baird, 1843 ...........................................................................................................................................12 Class Maxillopoda Dahl, 1956 .........................................................................................................................................12 Subclass Copepoda Milne-Edwards, 1840 .......................................................................................................................12 Superorder Podoplea Giesbrecht, 1882 ............................................................................................................................12 
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2007
2007
Our objective was to assess the potential of Cladocera from mountain lakes for climate reconstruction. We related Cladocera from… (More)
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2006
2006
Shells of Bosminidae and Chydoridae are quantitatively preserved in lake sediments. The chronological deposition of these remains… (More)
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2006
2006
Methodological investigations, using remains of Bosminidae and Chydoridae, were undertaken to study the development of ecosystems… (More)
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2005
2005
The remains of cladocerans were examined from the surface sediments of 51 freshwater sites along a north–south transect spanning… (More)
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2005
2005
The acute copper sensitivity of 44 European freshwater cladocerans, from four families (Daphniidae, Bosminidae, Macrothricidae… (More)
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2004
2004
In this study, the acute copper sensitivity of field-collected cladoceran species was determined using their natural surface… (More)
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2004
2004
Bosmina (Eubosmina) longicornis kessleri and B. (Bosmina) longirostris are minor components among the crustacean zooplankton in… (More)
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