3 edition of Amphipoda of Southern Africa found in the catalog.
Issued in 3 parts.Includes bibliographies.Bound in 1 v.
|Statement||Trustees of the South African Museum|
|Publishers||Trustees of the South African Museum|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|2||Annals of the South African Museum -- v. 60, pt. 10, etc.|
|3||The annals of the South African Museum = -- Die Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum -- v. 60 pt. 10, v. 62 pt. 6-7.|
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Invasive species often have broader environmental tolerances and or higher reproductive rates than do native species. Dispersal and emerging ecological impacts of Ponto-Caspian species in the Laurentian Great Lakes.
The genus Talitriator Methuen, 1913 currently contains seven species occurring in South Africa: Talitriator africanus, T. 2007 Effects of salmon farming on benthic Crustacea.
- 1906 - Amphipoda, 1: Gammaridea.
However, the species richness of amphipods in these streams is often very low. Macroinvertebrate abundance, diversity, and microhabitat distribution may be influenced by substrate type and macrophyte density, as well.
Amphipods are brooding peracaridan crustaceans whose young undergo direct development, with no independent larval dispersal stage.
Proceedings and Transactions of the Natural History Society of Glasgow 3: 199-223 • Talitriator africana was originally described from Cape Town. effeminans-infected females produced both female offspring as well as intersexuals containing ovotestis, whereas T.
Important attributes of such an index should be its reliability in ecological quality assessment, as well as the easy use and broad applicability to various ecosystems.
Abstract A total of eight coastal talitrid amphipods from Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia are documented.
Superorder Peracarida Order Amphipoda Family Crangonyctidae Crangonyx, Stygobromus Family Gammaridae Gammarus minus, G.