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Ecological and morphological studies on gammarid amphipods (Gammarus spp.) in spring-fed streams of northern Kentucky

W. L. Minckley

Ecological and morphological studies on gammarid amphipods (Gammarus spp.) in spring-fed streams of northern Kentucky

by W. L. Minckley

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Published by Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gammaridae.,
  • Amphipoda.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Statementby W.L. Minckley and Gerald A. Cole.
    SeriesOccasional papers of the C.C. Adams Center for Ecological Studies ;, no. 10
    ContributionsCole, Gerald A., 1917-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH541 .M462 no.10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1979745M
    LC Control Number90224023
    OCLC/WorldCa10117262


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Ecological and morphological studies on gammarid amphipods (Gammarus spp.) in spring-fed streams of northern Kentucky by W. L. Minckley Download PDF EPUB FB2

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& Cole, G. Ecological and morphological studies on gammarid amphipods (Gammarus spp.) in spring-fed streams of northern Kentucky. Occasional Papers of the C. Adams Center for Ecological Studies No. 10, pp.

Nixon, S. & Oviatt, C. Ecology of a New England salt marsh. Ecological Monogra   For many areas, however, diversity and distribution of amphipods is inadequately known, which limits their use in ecological and ecotoxicological studies and handicaps conservation initiatives.

We studied the diversity and distribution of amphipods in Switzerland (Central Europe), covering four major drainage basins, an altitudinal gradient of M inckley, W. & C ole, G. - - Ecological and morphological studies on gammarid amphipods (Gammarus spp.) in spring-fed streams of northern Kentucky.

Occas. Papers Adams Ctr. Ecol. Stud. 1– Google Scholar   Microsporidia are obligate intracellular parasites of animals and protists, and are related to the Fungi. They are particularly common pathogens of gammarid amphipods (Crustacea, Malacostraca   Specimens of the Arctic sympagic amphipod Gammarus wilkitzkii, which were collected in the ice-covered areas near Spitsbergen, Norway, were infested with protozoan epibionts in densities of to individuals per amphipod.

The epibionts belong to the five ciliate genera: Ephelota, Cryptacineta, Acineta and Podophrya (suctorian ciliates), and Epistylis (peritrich ciliate). In this study we.