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The Identification of Copepodid Instars of Some Calanoid and Cyclopoid Copepods of Lake Konstanz, Federal Republic of Germany

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Für die praktische Routinearbeit ist es wichtig, die einzelnen Arten und ihre Copepodidstadien ohne Zergliederung und Präparation im Zählmikoskop unterscheiden zu können. Am Beispiel von zwei Diaptomiden- und acht Cyclopoiden-Arten des Bodensee-Pelagials sollen dafür Erläuterungen und (stark schematisierte) Abbildungen gegeben werden. Die Kriterien sind auch für entsprechende Populationen anderer Gewässer anwendbar.

Affiliations: 1: Landesanstalt fur Umweltschutz Baden-Württemberg, Institut für Seenforschung und Fischereiwesen, Außenstelle Konstanz-Staad, Germany


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