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Dunhevedia crassa King, 1853
Water Flea
Family: Chydoridae

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Distribution of Dunhevedia crassa in British Columbia
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Introduction


View a key to the families of Cladocerans of British Columbia, prepared by the Resource Inventory Committee.

Status Information

Origin StatusProvincial StatusBC List
(Red Blue List)
COSEWIC
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Synonyms and Alternate Names

Dunhevedia setigera

Additional Photo Sources

Species References

Carl, G.C. 1940. The Distribution of Some Cladocera and Free-Living Copepoda in British Columbia. Ecological Monographs 10(1): 55-110.

Chengalath, R. 1980. Survey of the littoral Cladocera of Canada. Report to the National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Canada: 205pp.

Retallack, J.T. and H.F. Clifford. 1980. Periodicity of Crustaceans in a Saline Prairie Stream of Alberta, Canada. The American Midland Naturalist 103: 123-132.

Smirnov, N.N. 1974. Fauna of the U.S.S.R. Crustacea. Vol. 1, No. 2. Chydoridae. Israel Program for Scientific Translation. Jerusalem: 644pp.

Smirnov, N.N. 1996. Cladocera: the Chydorinae and Sayciinae (Chydoridae) of the World. Guides to the Identification of the Microinvertebrates of the Continental Waters of the World. SPB Academic Publishing, Amsterdam: 197pp.

General References


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