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Metacyclops Minutus (Claus, 1863), a Cyclopoid Copepod With Very Rapid Development

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Die Embryonal- und Postembryonalentwicklung von Metacyclops minutus (Claus, 1863), einem kleinen, in Deutschland sehr seltenen Copepoden, wurde untersucht. Die Tiere wurden mit natürlichem Tümpelplankton gefüttert, das hauptsächlich aus verschiedenen Flagellaten bestand. Sowohl Embryonal- als auch Postembryonalentwicklung von M. minutus waren außerordentlich kurz, wesentlich kürzer als die anderer Littoral- oder Tümpelcopepoden. Die rasche Entwicklung und Reproduktion ist eine Anpassung an die stark schwankenden Bedingungen in periodischen Gewässern.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology , University of Ulm, Oberer Eselsberg M25, 7900 Ulm, Germany


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