7 ug, a cladoceran
9 ug, and a copepod 6 ug (Haberman and Haldna, 2014).
Whereas the cladoceran
Moina eugeniae (Olivier, 1954) was registered between December and May (Table 2), disappearing from the lake when salinity exceeded 55 g [L.
Utilization of the exotic cladoceran
Daphnia tumholtzei by juvenile fishes in an Illinois River floodplain lake.
altiparanae larvae, or also because this cladoceran
has a short life cycle.
uruguayensis on the two cladoceran
species would be more intense than predation by adults, and that the notonectid population is more abundant in the littoral zone, where it could exert a potentially higher predation pressure.
longimanus in the Laurentian Great Lakes is the native predacious cladoceran
, Leptodora kindtii (Focke 1844) (Lehman and Caceres 1993).
Characterization of the seasonal and interannual changes in abundance of marine cladoceran
species in Turkish coast of the Northeastern Levantine Basin.
Also, the efficient grazing characteristics of the cladoceran
Penilia avirostris enable it to achieve abundances of up to 2 500 ind.
4B), and the smallest found at the macrophyte zone, where cladoceran
abundance was still >50%.
Chronic toxicity of fenitrothion to an Algae (Nannochlorosis oculata), a rotifer (Brachionus calyciflorus), and cladoceran
Estimating food limitation in cladoceran
Ontogenic shifts in the ability of the cladoceran
, Moina macrocopa Straus and Ceriodaphnia cornuta Sars to utilize ciliated protists as food source.