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Phyllodiaptomus thailandicus, a new fresh-water copepod (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae) from Thailand

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[Examination of freshwater diaptomid copepods from Thailand resulted in the discovery of a new species belonging to the genus Phyllodiaptomus, namely P. thailandicus n. sp. It belongs to the blanci-group and is most similar to P. christineae Dumont, Reddy & Sanoamuang, 1996 and P. blanci (Guerne & Richard, 1890). The new species is the tenth member of the genus and the fourth species recorded from Thailand. It is rare and has been recorded only in 15 permanent ponds in eastern and southern Thailand. L'examen des copépodes diaptomides d'eau douce de Thaïlande a permis de découvrir une nouvelle espèce appartenant au genre Phyllodiaptomus, P. thailandicus n. sp. Elle appartient au groupe blanci et est proche de P. christineae Dumont, Reddy & Sanoamuang, 1996 et P. blanci (Guerne & Richard, 1890). La nouvelle espèce est le dixième membre du genre et la quatrième reconnue en Thaïlande. Elle est rare et a été trouvée dans seulement 15 mares permanentes dans l'est et le sud de la Thaïlande., Examination of freshwater diaptomid copepods from Thailand resulted in the discovery of a new species belonging to the genus Phyllodiaptomus, namely P. thailandicus n. sp. It belongs to the blanci-group and is most similar to P. christineae Dumont, Reddy & Sanoamuang, 1996 and P. blanci (Guerne & Richard, 1890). The new species is the tenth member of the genus and the fourth species recorded from Thailand. It is rare and has been recorded only in 15 permanent ponds in eastern and southern Thailand. L'examen des copépodes diaptomides d'eau douce de Thaïlande a permis de découvrir une nouvelle espèce appartenant au genre Phyllodiaptomus, P. thailandicus n. sp. Elle appartient au groupe blanci et est proche de P. christineae Dumont, Reddy & Sanoamuang, 1996 et P. blanci (Guerne & Richard, 1890). La nouvelle espèce est le dixième membre du genre et la quatrième reconnue en Thaïlande. Elle est rare et a été trouvée dans seulement 15 mares permanentes dans l'est et le sud de la Thaïlande.]

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2006-04-01
2015-08-03

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