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THE DISTRIBUTION OF MESOCYCLOPS ASPERICORNIS (VON DADAY) IN SOUTH AMERICA

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ABSTRACT To existing New World records of Mesocyclops aspericornis from Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, and the Antilles, we add records from Venezuela, Colombia, and Brazil. The broad geographic distribution and diversity of recorded habitats for M. aspericornis suggest that it is a fugitive species. Close scrutiny of morphology has revealed subtle intraspecific differences, the most pronounced of which concerns antennular structures of males.

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2016-12-05

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