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Designed to provide a synthesis of this entire group of small, abundant crustaceans. It gives a family account of all copepods, supported by 289 pages of line drawings. Although it is not a phylogenetic work, it will provide a framework for the assimilation of biodiveristy information into global informatics systems.

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Descrizione libro Hardback. Condizione: New. New copy - Usually dispatched within 4 working days. Codice articolo B9780903874311

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Descrizione libro Hardback. Condizione: New. 166th ed. Language: English. Brand new Book. Copepods are small but extremely abundant crustaceans which occur in every type of aquatic habitat. They are amazingly diverse in body form, reflecting their diversity in mode of life and the rapid expansion of taxonomic knowledge concerning copepods has made it difficult for students and non-specialists to access the voluminous, but scattered primary literature. After two and a half centuries of traditional taxonomic endeavour, the most urgent need is for a synthesis, summarising the current state of the art. This volume is designed to provide such an overview of the entire group - from marine plankton to subterranean forms, and from parasites to minute inhabitants of the interstitial spaces between sediment particles. Published in two parts, it provides a family by family account of all copepods, supported by 289 pages of line drawings, adapted from the best available sources and redrawn to a standard format. It will serve as a. platform for the Twenty-first Century taxonomy which must integrate novel sources of information from bar-codes to genomes. Although it is not a phylogenetic work, it will also provide a framework for the assimilation of biodiversity information on copepods into global informatics systems, so that we can better interpret and use available species-level data. Above all, this book is designed to facilitate the identification of copepods, whether you wish to identify an endoparasite from a sea squirt, a member of a deep-sea hydrothermal vent community, or just a common planktonic copepod from your local lake or estuary. This volume will enable you to identify to genus-level in the overwhelming majority of cases, and provide you with an entry point into the biological literature. The Ray Society has a distinguished history of publishing major works on copepods; This is the twelfth and it aims to build on the unique legacy provided by William Baird, George Stewardson Brady & Andrew Scott (two Volumes), Robert Gurney (three volumes), Zbigniew Kabata and Rony Huys and Goeff Boxshall. We are deeply indebted to The Ray Society for its continuing charitable commitment to making the publication of such monographs possible. Codice articolo ANH9780903874311

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