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The rapid degradation of freshwater habitats in southern South America may cause the extinction of the endemic species of Aegla, as well as other freshwater species Author: Christopher Tudge.

Pages in category "Freshwater crustaceans of South America" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The genus Aegla Leach, is endemic to the austral region of South America and comprises 69 described species, as well as others that are currently being.

Aegla is the most severely threatened group among South American freshwater decapods because of habitat degradation, high endemism, a restricted area of occupancy, and a severely fragmented spatial distribution with reproductively isolated by: 9. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

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Four new species of decapod crustaceans from Porto Rico. American Museum novitates ; no. The species of Aegla, endemic South American fresh-water crustaceans. View Metadata. Anger K.

() Adaptation to Life in Fresh Water by Decapod Crustaceans: Evolutionary Challenges in the Early Life-History Stages. In: Kawai T., Cumberlidge N. (eds) A Global Overview of the Conservation of Freshwater Decapod by: 1.

The plecostomus, or pleco, family is a relatively large South American family with over species in 80 genera. Although numerous species are imported regularly, only a few species are cultured in quantity – these are mostly in the genera Ancistrus (bushy-nose plecos or bristle-nose plecos), Hypostomus (common plecos) (Figure 4), and.

First priority with such rare species should be to establish breeding populations as soon as possible. After several breeding populations of this rare shrimp have been established in the hobby, the Amazon glass shrimp should become more widely available to. Females of some species of South American aeglid freshwater crabs leave the water and congregate beneath stones or logs at the water’s edge during the mating season, whereas other species of Aegla are sometimes found in burrows associated with isopods, ants, spiders, and scorpions during the egg-laying period (Burns, ).

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The author confirmed differences of this South American form again after comparison with A. cambouei from the White Nile, Africa (Ekman ).

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Patterns of species diversity in South American freshwater fishes. Species richness as total numbers of species (ST). B (on next page). Species density as C = ST/Ab, where A is area in km2 and b = from the species-area curve of all ecoregions pooled.

Data for 4, species of South American freshwater fishes. A number followed by a hyphen (-) and a letter indicates the level of identification for that letter group, e.g., [2-O] = species level of identification for Oligochaeta; [3-B] = new species, revision, or amended description of Branchiobdellida.

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