Biological aspects of the Spinicaudata (Branchiopoda, Diplostraca) in the largest alluvial wetland in Croatia

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BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE SPINICAUDATA (BRANCHIOPODA, DIPLOSTRACA) IN THE LARGEST ALLUVIAL WETLAND IN CROATIA BY MARTA POPOVI ´ C and SANJA GOTTSTEIN-MATO ˇ CEC 1 ) Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, Rooseveltov trg 6, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia ABSTRACT Lonjsko Polje (Croatia) is among the largest alluvial wetlands in Europe. Temporary ponds that are the natural habitat for spinicaudatan branchiopods are very abundant in the area. We determined the time of occurrence, length of the life span, and the sexual structure and habitat characteristics of populations of Spinicaudata. Research took place from May to December 2004 at five sites. Three

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