Diaptomus


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Diaptomus

(dī-ap'tō-mŭs),
A genus of copepod crustacea, the principal intermediate host for Diphyllobothrium latum in North America.
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Moreover, the other intermediary hosts of the fish tapeworm, the calanoid copepods Diaptomus diabolicus and Boeckela gracilipes, are also abundant (16).
Of the two calanoid copepod genera, Diaptomus abundances exceeded Eurytemora abundances for the periods August through November 1996 and mid-May through mid-June 1997 (Fig.
of Cornell University and his colleagues have now uncovered and hatched two 330-year-old eggs of Diaptomus sanguineus copepods, they report in the September Ecology.
Species Habitat Copepoda Acanthocyclops vernalis lentic (littoral) Cyclops exilis small streams Diacyclops bicuspidatus thomasi lentic (limnetic) Diaptomus pallidus lentic (limnetic) Diaptomus siciloides lentic (limnetic) Eucyclops speratus lentic (littoral) Macrocyclops albidus lentic (littoral, benthic) Mesocyclops edax lentic (limnetic Harpacticoid species lentic (limnetic, littoral, benthic) Cladocera Bosmina longirostris lentic (limnetic) Ceriodaphnia lacustris lentic (limnetic) Chydorus sphaericus lentic (limnetic) Daphnia ambigua lentic (linmetic) Daphnia laevis lentic (temporary ponds) Daphnia parvula lentic (limnetic) Diaphanasoma leuchtenbergianum lentic (limnetic) Lydigia quadrangularis lentic (littoral) Simocephalus expinosus lentic (littoral, benthic)
testudo [*] Calanoid Copepods Lecane luna Calanoid copepodid Lepadella patella Diaptomus connexus Monostyla stenroosi D.