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TWO NEW RECORDS OF HARPACTICOID COPEPODS FOR TURKISH INLAND WATERS (COPEPODA, HARPACTICOIDA) PHYLLOGNATHOPUS VIGUIERI (MAUPAS, 1892) AND LEPTOCARIS BREVICORNIS (VAN DOUWE, 1904)

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The harpacticoid copepods, Phyllognathopus viguieri (Maupas, 1892) and Leptocaris brevicornis (Van Douwe, 1904) are reported for the first time from, respectively, the lakes Golbasi and Golkent. This is the first record of these two species for inland waters of Turkey. Males and females of Phyllognathopus viguieri and Leptocaris brevicornis were consistently found during two sampling periods. In addition, 13 other species of copepods species were found in the two lakes.

Affiliations: 1: Mustafa Kemal University, Faculty of Fisheries, TR-31040 Antakya, Hatay, Turkey; ; ahmetbozkurt1@yahoo.com, Email: bozkurt@mku.edu.tr

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2007-09-01
2017-01-18

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