By Tadashi Kawai, Neil Cumberlidge
This ebook introduces up to date info on conservation concerns, supplying an summary of what's had to develop the worldwide conservation of freshwater decapods equivalent to freshwater crabs, crayfish, and shrimps.
Biodiversity loss mostly is optimum in organisms that depend upon intact freshwater habitats, simply because freshwater ecosystems world wide are pain severe threats from a number of assets. Our figuring out of the quantity and site of threatened species of decapods, and of the character in their extinction threats has more suitable vastly in recent times, and has enabled the improvement of species conservation ideas.
This quantity makes a speciality of saving threatened species from extinction, and emphasizes the significance of the profitable implementation of conservation motion plans via cooperation among scientists, conservationists, educators, investment businesses, coverage makers, and conservation agencies.
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Extra resources for A Global Overview of the Conservation of Freshwater Decapod Crustaceans
D Aegla microphthalma, male, alcohol preserved specimen from the type-locality, Caverna Santana, Iporanga (SP), Bar 1 cm. e Aegla paulensis, male, live specimen from the type-locality, Paranapiacaba, Alto da Serra de Cubatão, (SP), Bar 1 cm. f Aegla perobae, male, live specimen from the type-locality, São Pedro (SP), Bar 5 mm. g Aegla strinatii, male, live specimen from the type-locality, das Ostras River/Gruta da Tapagem (also known as Caverna do Diabo), Jacupiranga (SP), Bar 1 cm, modiﬁed from original photo by Sérgio Schwarz da Rocha.
Cumberlidge Phiri, E. , & Daniels, S. R. (2013). Hidden in the highlands: The description and phylogenetic position of a novel endemic freshwater crab species (Potamonautidae: Potamonautes) from Zimbabwe. Invertebrate Systematics, 27, 530–539. Phiri, E. , & Daniels, S. R. (2014). Disentangling the divergence and cladogenesis in the freshwater crab species (Potamonautidae: Potamonautes perlatus sensu lato) in the Cape Fold Mountains, South Africa, with the description of two novel cryptic lineages.
2011). Reconstructing the colonization and diversiﬁcation history of the endemic freshwater crab (Seychellum alluaudi) in the granitic and volcanic Seychelles Archipelago. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 61, 534–542. 015. Daniels, S. , & Bayliss, J. (2012). Neglected refugia of biodiversity: mountainous regions in Mozambique and Malawi yield two novel freshwater crab species (Potamonautidae: Potamonautes). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 164, 498–509. Daniels, S. , Phiri, E. , & Bayliss, J.