Materials on the Fauna and Ecology of Rotifers in the Urals, Family Brachionidae (Rotifera, Eurotatoria, Ploima), Genera Kellicottia, Plationus, and ... View Full Text


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2021-12-17

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A. G. Rogozin

ABSTRACT

Information on the distribution of rotifers of the genera Kellicottia, Plationus, and Platyias of the family Brachionidae is summarized based on the author’s research and an analysis of the literature sources. Data on their localities, morphology, biology, quantitative development, and indicator properties in the Ural waters are presented. In total, seven genera of Brachionidae comprising 33 species are known to occur in this region of Russia. Kellicottia longispina (Kellicott, 1879) is the most common species in the Urals, while the other two genera are rare and little-known because of their habitats being poorly prospected. Some more species of Brachionidae reported from the adjacent regions can be expected to appear in the Urals as a result of climate change. More... »

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950-958

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