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NEW RECORDS OF BRYOCYCLOPS FROM THE CONTINENTAL U.S.A., PUERTO RICO, AND BRAZIL (COPEPODA: CYCLOPOIDA: CYCLOPIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Collections from Brazil, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.A. yielded new records of 3 species of Bryocyclops. Both sexes of Bryocyclops muscicola are described from a probably introduced population found in a plant nursery in Florida, U.S.A., and compared to material of B. muscicola from Java. This is the first record of the genus in North America. The known distribution of Bryocyclops campaneri in Brazil is considerably expanded, and new information provided on its morphology. Bryocyclops caroli, previously known only from Brazil, is recorded for the first time from Puerto Rico.

10.1163/193724099X00286
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2017-08-16

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