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REDESCRIPTION OF DIACYCLOPS DISJUNCTUS (THALLWITZ, 1927) FROM AUSTRIA, WITH REMARKS ON THE DIACYCLOPS LANGUIDUS-GROUP IN EUROPE (COPEPODA, CYCLOPOIDA, CYCLOPIDAE)

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[Diacyclops disjunctus (Thallwitz, 1927) is redescribed from interstitial groundwaters of the Danube riverine wetlands in Vienna, Austria. D. disjunctus co-exists in the study area with D. languidus (G. O. Sars, 1863), of which it has long been considered a subspecies. The two species can be differentiated on the basis of several morphological details of antennae, P4, and caudal rami. D. disjunctus is widely distributed in European surface waters as well as in groundwaters, but usually uncommon; it exhibits no troglomorphic traits and may be considered a stygophilous species. Finally, the D. languidus-group is redefined and its relationship with the D. languidoides-group is discussed.

Diacyclops disjunctus (Thallwitz, 1927) aus dem Grundwasser der Donauauen in Wien, Österreich, wird wiederbeschrieben. D. disjunctus tritt im Untersuchungsgebiet neben D. languidus (G. O. Sars, 1863) auf, als dessen Unterart er lange Zeit betrachtet wurde. Die zwei Arten können auf Basis mehrerer morphologischer Details der 2. Antenne, des P4 und der Kaudal-Rami (Furka) unterschieden werden. D. disjunctus ist in Europa in Oberflächen- und Grundwässern zwar weit verbreitet, aber normalerweise nicht häufig; er besitzt keine troglomorphen Merkmale und kann als stygophil betrachtet werden. Schließlich wird die D. languidus-Gruppe neu definiert und ihre Verwandtschaft zur D. languidoides-Gruppe wird diskutiert., Diacyclops disjunctus (Thallwitz, 1927) is redescribed from interstitial groundwaters of the Danube riverine wetlands in Vienna, Austria. D. disjunctus co-exists in the study area with D. languidus (G. O. Sars, 1863), of which it has long been considered a subspecies. The two species can be differentiated on the basis of several morphological details of antennae, P4, and caudal rami. D. disjunctus is widely distributed in European surface waters as well as in groundwaters, but usually uncommon; it exhibits no troglomorphic traits and may be considered a stygophilous species. Finally, the D. languidus-group is redefined and its relationship with the D. languidoides-group is discussed.

Diacyclops disjunctus (Thallwitz, 1927) aus dem Grundwasser der Donauauen in Wien, Österreich, wird wiederbeschrieben. D. disjunctus tritt im Untersuchungsgebiet neben D. languidus (G. O. Sars, 1863) auf, als dessen Unterart er lange Zeit betrachtet wurde. Die zwei Arten können auf Basis mehrerer morphologischer Details der 2. Antenne, des P4 und der Kaudal-Rami (Furka) unterschieden werden. D. disjunctus ist in Europa in Oberflächen- und Grundwässern zwar weit verbreitet, aber normalerweise nicht häufig; er besitzt keine troglomorphen Merkmale und kann als stygophil betrachtet werden. Schließlich wird die D. languidus-Gruppe neu definiert und ihre Verwandtschaft zur D. languidoides-Gruppe wird diskutiert.]

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2016-12-04

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