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Marine phytal Harpacticoida from Kenya with emphasis on seagrass dwelling species
Demeulenaere, B. (1991). Marine phytal Harpacticoida from Kenya with emphasis on seagrass dwelling species, in: Delbeke, K. (Ed.) Kenya - Belgium project in marine sciences "Higher Institute for Marine Sciences" VLIR - KMFRI Project and CEC Project "Dynamics and Assessment of Kenyan Mangrove Ecosystems" No. TS2-0240-C (GDF): Progress Report November 1990 -June 1991. pp. 117-132
In: Delbeke, K. (Ed.) (1991). Kenya - Belgium project in marine sciences "Higher Institute for Marine Sciences" VLIR - KMFRI Project and CEC Project "Dynamics and Assessment of Kenyan Mangrove Ecosystems" No. TS2-0240-C (GDF): Progress Report November 1990 -June 1991. Kenyan Belgian Cooperation in Marine Sciences: Brussel. 166 pp.
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Demeulenaere, B. (1991). Marine phytal Harpacticoida from Kenya with emphasis on seagrass dwelling species. MSc Thesis. RUG: Gent. 47 pp., more

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Keywords
    Classification > Taxonomy
    Monitoring > Environmental monitoring > Pollution monitoring
    Harpacticoida [WoRMS]; Alteutha Baird, 1846 [WoRMS]; Ambunguipes similis (Scott A., 1909) [WoRMS]; Copepoda [WoRMS]; Dactylopusia falcifera Willey, 1935 [WoRMS]; Diosaccus hamiltoni (Thompson I.C. & Scott A., 1903) [WoRMS]; Eudactylopus andrewi Sewell, 1940 [WoRMS]; Eudactylopus fasciatus Sewell, 1940 [WoRMS]; Thalassodendron ciliatum (Forsskål) Hartog, 1970 [WoRMS]; Tisbintra nankaurica Sewell, 1940 [WoRMS]
    ISW, Kenya, Gazi Bay [Marine Regions]; ISW, Kenya, Mombasa, Tudor Creek
    Marine
Author keywords
    Kenya Belgium Project, FAME

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  • Demeulenaere, B.

Abstract
    In the present work, diversity and abundance of seagrass dwelling harpacticoid copepods are determined. By means of difference in diversity between the Gazi Bay and English point harpacticoid assemblages and the use of TWINSPAN analysis, the use of harpacticoids as a sensitive tool in pollution monitoring is evaluated. This is completed by a brief discussion of the usefulness of the different diversity indices. A second part comprises (re) descriptions of some species together with some remarks on interesting features of other species and an updating of geographical distribution.

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  • Marine phytal Harpacticoida from Kenya with emphasis on seagrass dwelling species

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