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New Records of Large Branchiopods (branchiopoda, Anostraca, Notostraca, and Spinicaudata) From Extremadura (Southwestern Iberian Peninsula)

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[This paper reports new distribution records of large branchiopods from Extremadura (southwestern Iberian Peninsula) investigated in 78 temporary freshwater ponds from October 2002 to August 2003. The occurrence of the anostracans, Chirocephalus diaphanus Desmarest, 1823, Branchinectella media (Schmankevitsch, 1873), Streptocephalus torvicornis (Waga, 1842), and Branchinella spinosa (H. Milne Edwards, 1840), and the spinicaudatan, Maghrebestheria maroccana Thiéry, 1988, all represent first records for Extremadura. The occurrence of the notostracan, Triops cancriformis mauritanicus (Ghigi, 1921), the anostracan, Branchipus cortesi Alonso & Jaume, 1991, and the spinicaudatan, Cyzicus grubei (Simon, 1886) in Extremadura, was also confirmed. These records increase the number of species of large branchiopods reported from Extremadura from three to eight. En este artículo se presentan nuevos datos sobre la distribución de branquiópodos en Extremadura (suroeste de la Península Ibérica) en base a los muestreos realizados en 78 lagunas temporales desde octubre de 2002 hasta agosto de 2003. Se localizan por primera vez en Extremadura los anostráceos Chirocephalus diaphanus Desmarest, 1823, Branchinectella media (Schmankevitsch, 1873), Streptocephalus torvicornis (Waga, 1842) y Branchinella spinosa (H. Milne Edwards, 1840) y el espinicaudado Maghrebestheria maroccana Thiéry, 1988. Además se confirma la presencia del notostráceo Triops cancriformis mauritanicus (Ghigi, 1921), del anostráceo Branchipus cortesi Alonso & Jaume, 1991 y del espinicaudado Cyzicus grubei (Simon, 1886). Estas capturas incrementan el número de branquiópodos localizados en Extremadura de tres a ocho., This paper reports new distribution records of large branchiopods from Extremadura (southwestern Iberian Peninsula) investigated in 78 temporary freshwater ponds from October 2002 to August 2003. The occurrence of the anostracans, Chirocephalus diaphanus Desmarest, 1823, Branchinectella media (Schmankevitsch, 1873), Streptocephalus torvicornis (Waga, 1842), and Branchinella spinosa (H. Milne Edwards, 1840), and the spinicaudatan, Maghrebestheria maroccana Thiéry, 1988, all represent first records for Extremadura. The occurrence of the notostracan, Triops cancriformis mauritanicus (Ghigi, 1921), the anostracan, Branchipus cortesi Alonso & Jaume, 1991, and the spinicaudatan, Cyzicus grubei (Simon, 1886) in Extremadura, was also confirmed. These records increase the number of species of large branchiopods reported from Extremadura from three to eight. En este artículo se presentan nuevos datos sobre la distribución de branquiópodos en Extremadura (suroeste de la Península Ibérica) en base a los muestreos realizados en 78 lagunas temporales desde octubre de 2002 hasta agosto de 2003. Se localizan por primera vez en Extremadura los anostráceos Chirocephalus diaphanus Desmarest, 1823, Branchinectella media (Schmankevitsch, 1873), Streptocephalus torvicornis (Waga, 1842) y Branchinella spinosa (H. Milne Edwards, 1840) y el espinicaudado Maghrebestheria maroccana Thiéry, 1988. Además se confirma la presencia del notostráceo Triops cancriformis mauritanicus (Ghigi, 1921), del anostráceo Branchipus cortesi Alonso & Jaume, 1991 y del espinicaudado Cyzicus grubei (Simon, 1886). Estas capturas incrementan el número de branquiópodos localizados en Extremadura de tres a ocho.]

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