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Further Observations On the Occurrence of Halicyclops Fosteri Wilson (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) in the Delaware Bay Region, U.S.A

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Hadicyclops fosteri ist eine planktonische Art, die bisher nur selten in Ästuarien Nordamerikas gefunden wurde. Sie erweist sich als eine der dominierenden Formen in zwei kleinen Zuflüssen am südwestlichen Ufer der Delaware Bucht. Beide Flüsse sind weniger als 20 km lang und haben ein schwaches Gefälle; sie entwässern ausgedehnte Sumpfgebiete. Die Populationen von H. fosteri erreichen ihr Maximum bei Temperaturen über 20° C und bei Salinitäten unter 2‰. Es konnten zwischen 10 000 und 750 000 Individuen pro m3 gezählt werden. H. fosteri und Eurytemora affinis (Calanoida) sind in beiden Flüssen in den Regionen mit niedrigem Salzgehalt die dominierenden Copepoden.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biological Sciences, and College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware 19711, U.S.A.


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