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The strong invasive freshwater mysid Limnomysis benedeni, a detritivorous–herbivorous feeder, has a preference for small food… Expand Abstract Sloths may serve as host to a wide range of parasites. However, there is little information available on the types of… Expand Abstract The Ponto-Caspian mysid Limnomysis benedeni was first recorded in Lake Constance in summer 2006, and a stable population… Expand The water level of Lake Balaton (a large, shallow lake) was extremely low in 2003, after a dry period of several years. Due to… Expand The invasive Ponto-Caspian mysid Limnomysis benedeni Czerniavsky, 1882 has been recorded for the first time in August 2007 at… Expand In order to draw implications for ballast water management, we
tested the tolerance of two Ponto-Caspian mysid species Paramysis… Expand Limnomysis benedeni Czern. was artificially introduced into Lake Balaton in 1950 in order to increase the food source of young (1… Expand Des populations danubiennes du Mysidace ponto-caspien Limnomysis benedeni Czerniavsky, 1882, apres avoir depasse le canal Main… Expand The freshwater Mysidacea of The Netherlands are presently composed of three species. The indigenous mysid, Neomysis integer… Expand