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Expanding the Known Distribution of Chirocephalus Kerkyrensis Pesta, 1936 (Branchiopoda, Anostraca) in Italy

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A recent Italian record of Chirocephalus kerkyrensis Pesta, 1936 expands the known distribution of the species in Italy and provides new information about its supposed home range. The discovery of C. kerkyrensis at 508 m a. s. l. raises questions about our previous knowledge of the species and illustrates the problem of inadequate information about Anostraca in Italy. Un recente ritrovamento di Chirocephalus kerkyrensis Pesta, 1936 alla quota di 508 m s. l. m. nel comprensorio del Parco Nazionale del Pollino, modifica le attuali conoscenze sulla distribuzione di questa specie in Italia, e fornisce nuove informazioni sul suo areale. Il nuovo reperto mette in discussione quanto ipotizzato su C. kerkyrensis, sino ad ora rinvenuto solo in acque astatiche di foresta planiziaria mediterranea, e dimostra una volta di più quanto sia ancora frammentaria la conoscenza del territorio nazionale, per lo meno per quanto concerne i crostacei anostraci.


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