Observations on tropical rainpools and general remarks on temporary waters View Full Text


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DATE

1961-06

AUTHORS

Julian Rzóska

ABSTRACT

African rainpools in the scrub desert around Khartoum lasted from seven days to six weeks according to variable rain; they appeared in one or few series during one rainy season, interspersed and followed by drought. A rich fauna with several Euphyllopods shows a remarkable speed of development; Triops can appear in medium size in seven days; Conchostraca are mature in five days, Moina dubia and Metacyclops minutus in the first two days of a pools existence. Quantitative records show rapid repopulation of pools on dried out sites, the numerical increases are much higher than in permanent waters. The span of life of the species involved is much shorter than in species of temperate waters. In the general section attempts at classification of temporary waters are discussed; the variety of such waters in Africa, as exemplified in the Sudan, shows inadequacy of schemes made solely on the basis of European conditions. H. Gauthier's thesis that climate, amongst ecological conditions, is mainly responsible for the appearence of fresh water faunas is exemplified by the distribution of Euphyllopods in Africa. More... »

PAGES

265-286

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TITLE

Hydrobiologia

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

17

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00036336

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