BIO Web Conf.
Volume 19, 2020International Symposium on Indonesian Fauna (ISIF 2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||10 April 2020|
Labidocera species (Copepoda: Pontellidae) in Indonesian waters with notes on their species-groups
Division of Zoology, Research Center for Biology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences
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Thirteen species of the genus Labidocera Lubbock, 1853 were identified. Plankton samples collected from nine sites around coastal areas of Indonesia from 2003 to 2015. Among these species, there were three recently described species, Labidocera javaensis Mulyadi, 1997, L. muranoi Mulyadi, 1997, and L. kaimanaensis Mulyadi, 2014, three new records, L. bengalensis Krishnaswamy, 1952, L. pavo Giesbrecht, 1889 and L. sinilobata Shen & Lee, 1963, and seven previously recorded species from Indonesian waters. These species divided into five species-groups, detruncata-, kroyeri-, minuta-, pectinata- and an unassigned group, based on its morphological characters. The Labidocera detruncata-group includes the following species: L. bataviae A. Scott, 1909, L. detruncata (Dana, 1849), L. kaimanaensis Mulyadi, 2014, L. madurae A. Scott, 1909, L. pavo Giesbrecht, 1889, and L. sinilobata Shen & Lee, 1963. The Labidocera kroyeri-group includes L. kroyeri (Brady, 1883) and L. muranoi Mulyadi, 1997. The Labidocera minuta-group includes L. bengalensis Krishnaswamy, 1952 and L. minuta Giesbrecht, 1889. The Labidocera pectinata-group includes L. javaensis Mulyadi, 1997, L. papuensis Fleminger et al. 1982, and L. rotunda Mori, 1929. The unassigned group includes L. acuta (Dana, 1849) and L. laevidentata (Brady, 1883). Since the descriptions of these species groups and also species as yet unassigned to groups were often not given in sufficient detail, we provide re-descriptions of their species groups and their zoogeography in Indonesian waters, adjacent waters, and the world oceans
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