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Subterranean Copepoda from Arid Western Australia
Language: en
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Authors: Tomislav Karanovich
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-02-01 - Publisher: BRILL

Books about Subterranean Copepoda from Arid Western Australia
Subterranean Copepoda from Arid Western Australia
Language: en
Pages: 366
Authors: Tomislav Karanovic
Categories: Architecture
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Crustaceana Monographs

Though the subterranean waters are among the most fragile and threatened ecosystems, and are also considered to be rich in biodiversity, there is very little information, even on their total biological diversity. Presenting one group of small crustaceans, this book shows how rich and complex subterranean systems may be, even
Marine Interstitial Poecilostomatoida and Cyclopoida (Copepoda) of Australia
Language: en
Pages: 342
Authors: Tomislav Karanovic
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-06-04 - Publisher: BRILL

Copepods are top predators in the interstitial ecosystems and this book offers the first data about two large orders from the Australian marine interstitial. This exciting fauna abounds in new taxa, and this helped the author to recognize new zoogeographic regions in Australia.
Studies on Freshwater Copepoda: a Volume in Honour of Bernard Dussart
Language: en
Pages: 574
Authors: Danielle Defaye, Eduardo Suarez-Morales, J.C. von Vaupel Klein
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-06 - Publisher: BRILL

Bernard Dussart's contributions to limnology and freshwater copepodology comprise over 200 scientific papers, and his frequent travels have greatly stimulated interest in freshwater biology world-wide. This book presents a selection of recent research on the Copepoda of continental waters: a worthy tribute.
Candoninae (Ostracoda) from the Pilbara Region in Western Australia
Language: en
Pages: 442
Authors: Ivana Karanovic
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-07-10 - Publisher: BRILL

The monograph describes the Candoninae fauna of the Pilbara region, containing 84 species and 12 genera, of which 83 species and 11 genera are endemic. This ancient fauna holds one of the most important clues about the evolution of the subfamily.