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Aquatic oligochaeta of the world, supplement

Ralph O. Brinkhurst

Aquatic oligochaeta of the world, supplement

a catalogue of new freshwater species, descriptions, and revisions

by Ralph O. Brinkhurst

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Published by Institute of Ocean Sciences, Section of Faunistic Surveys and Insect Identification, Illinois Natural History Survey in Sidney, B.C, Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oligochaeta,
  • Marine animals

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCatalogue of new freshwater species, descriptions, and revisions.
    Statementby R.O. Brinkhurst and M.J. Wetzel.
    SeriesCanadian technical report of hydrography and ocean sciences -- no. 44
    ContributionsWetzel, Mark J., Institute of Ocean Sciences, Patricia Bay., Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC1 .C33 no.44
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 101 p. :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14778673M

    The first global compendium on aquatic oligochaetes was published by Brinkhurst and Jamieson (). The section in that book discussing the phylogeny and classification of aquatic oligochaetes set the stage for numerous investigations into the phylogenetic relationships of all annelids. ID: ; Annual Project Report for , Project No. DLIA issued Aug

    Oligochaeta is a subclass of animals in the phylum Annelida, which is made up of many types of aquatic and terrestrial worms, including all of the various earthworms. Specifically, oligochaetes comprise the terrestrial megadrile earthworms, and freshwater or semiterrestrial microdrile forms, including the tubificids, pot worms and ice worms, blackworms and several interstitial marine worms. With around Class: Clitellata. Also, the taxonomi-cal data has been gathered on aquatic and semi-aquatic oligochaeta fauna from limnological studies which were performed in Thrace Region of Turkey up to now. Materials and Methods Turkish Thrace is located between latitude 41° 06' N and longitude 27° 29' E localities of Tur-key.

    Explore our list of Marine & Aquatic Life Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be g: oligochaeta. Aquatic oligochaeta. Class Oligochaeta. The oligochaetes are mainly terrestrial or freshwater animals. There are over 3, species worldwide and 26 native species in Great Britain. Species range in length from less than 1 mm to 4 m long and 2 cm in diameter in the case of the giant Gippsland earthworm.


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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: AQUATIC OLiGOCHAETA OF THE WORLD: SUPPLEMENT A CATALOGUE OF NEW FRESHWATER SPECIES, DESCRIPTIONS, AND REVISIONS Insititute of Ocean Sciences P.O.

Box. West Saanich Road Sidney, British Columbia Canada, V8l by. R.O. Brinkhurst Institute of Ocean Sciences and M.J. Wetzel Illinois Natural History Survey After some conversations with Professor Dr.

Caspers and other participants at the triennial congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (S. L.) held in Copenhagen, Denmark (), the senior editor approached the international delegates at the business meeting for approval of the concept of holding the First International Symposium on Aquatic Brand: Springer US.

Aquatic oligochaeta of the world, supplement: a catalogue of new freshwater species, descriptions, and revisions Author: Ralph O Brinkhurst ; M J Wetzel ; Institute of Ocean Sciences, Patricia Bay. Aquatic Oligochaeta of the World by Brinkhurst, R.o.; Jamieson, B.g.m. at Pemberley Books.

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PDF | On Jun 1,John W. Reynolds and others published Aquatic Oligochaeta of the World. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Correspondence with various students of Oligochaeta also furnished many useful suggestions. The Second International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology was therefore held in Pallanza in late September and was attended by 53 scientists from 16 countries in.

Aquatic Oligochaeta of the Rhone-Alpes Area: Current Research Priorities. Juget. About this book. delegates at the business meeting for approval of the concept of holding the First International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology at Sidney (near Victoria) British Columbia on.

ABSTRACf.-Thirty-sixspecies ofaquatic Oligochaeta (Lumbriculidae, Haplotaxidae, Naididae, Tubificidae) are now known from Utah. Aquatic habitats in 27 counties were sampled, \vith 32 oligochaete species by: 1.

Correspondence with various students of Oligochaeta also furnished many useful suggestions. The Second International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology was therefore held in Pallanza in late September and was attended by 53 scientists from 16 countries in Brand: Springer Netherlands.

This volume contains selected papers from the 9th Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 6–10 OctoberWageningen, The Netherlands. 18 contributions deal with the biology of aquatic oligochaetes, and represents a mixture of the fields of taxonomy, anatomy, morphology and physiology, life history, ecology, sludge studies and : Hardcover.

Addeddate Identifier biostor Identifier-ark ark://t12p32z8z Journal Proceedings of The Zoological Society of London Ocr. EPA/ June A GUIDE TO THE NAIDIDAE (ANNELIDA: CLITELLATA: OLIGOCHAETA) OF NORTH AMERICA by Jarl K. Hiltunen* Great Lakes Fishery Laboratory U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service Ann Arbor, Michigan and Donald J. Klemm* Aquatic Biology Section Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory Cininnati, Ohio *co-authors. Aquatic Oligochaeta of the world [] Brinkhurst, Ralph O. Jamieson, Barrie G. (Barrie Gillean Molyneux) Access the full textCited by: Richly illustrated, this book is provided with numerous line drawings, and photomicrographs, electron micrographs.

Over 60 taxa are newly described or reassigned, and detailed reviews, revisions or redescriptions are provided for five families, one subfamily and numerous genera and species, with many illustrations of new and redescribed taxa and a pictorial key to the maglonids of Thailand.

Aquatic Oligochaeta of the Netherlands and Belgium Identification Key to the Oligochaetes bulky book is the first reference work on the freshwater and brackish water polychaetes in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

An unique tool for aquatic ecologists. In order to determine habitat preferences of aquatic Oligochaeta in the Lake District area of Turkey, quantitative sampling and measurements of some of the selected physicochemical variables were. This is a database of published findings of aquatic Oligochaeta (Annelida, Clitellata) species, including the literature sources and distribution maps.

Data on the Aphanoneura (Annelida, Polychaeta) and Branchiobdellida (Annelida, Clitellata) are included as well, since these worms have often been listed as oligochaetes. The database is still in progress. Registration of findings from.

Usually much smaller than terrestrial earthworms, aquatic oligochaeta are ubiquitous in freshwater systems of the world, being most abundant in lentic habitats.

There are only four truly aquatic families, with some amphibious species that represent primarily terrestrial families, in aquatic habitats. As the data base on subterranean aquatic Oligochaeta has significantly broadened in recent years, a synthesis of the information available at present appears to be timely.

To this end, we review in this study, adaptations of aquatic oligochaetes to the subterranean environment and the biodiversity patterns of aquatic Oligochaeta in these by: Aquatic Oligochaeta of the World: Supplement.

A catalog of new freshwater species, descriptions, and revisions: Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Canadian Technical Report of Hydrography and Ocean Sciences no. 44 Aquatic Oligochaeta of the World: Page(s): Publisher:Biological classification: Species.Oligochaete, any worm of the subclass Oligochaeta (class Clitellata, phylum Annelida).

About 3, living species are known, the most familiar of which is the earthworm (q.v.), Lumbricus terrestris. Oligochaetes are common all over the world. They live in the sea, in fresh water, and in moist soil.