Proceedings of the First European Crustacean Conference, 1992 Actes de la Première Conférence Européenne sur les Crustacés, 1992 SURVEY AND DISTRIBUTION OF CRUSTACEA MALACOSTRACA IN POLAND BY KRZYSZTOF JA � D � EWSKI and ALICJA KONOPACKA Department of Invertebrate Zoology and Hydrobiology, University of Lód � , Poland ABSTRACT The paper presents a survey of Polish malacostracan fauna. In two tables the distribution of freshwater and Baltic species is presented according to the regionalization of the country used in "Catalogus Faunae Poloniae". Figures present some interesting distributions of freshwater ma- lacostracan taxa. Own studies as well as the review of ample literature aimed at the preparation of the successive issues of "Catalogus Faunae Poloniae" allowed to present this survey of 121 malacostracan taxa, viz., Bathynellacea - 1 species, Mysidacea - 9, Amphipoda - 50, Isopoda - 47, Tanaidacea - 1, Cumacea - 1, Euphausiacea - 1, Decapoda - 11. In inland waters 31 species and subspecies do occur (Batynellacea - 1, Mysidacea - 1, Amphipoda - 22, Isopoda - 2, Decapoda - 5). In brackish waters of the Baltic Sea and its lagoons - 54 species (Mysidacea - 8, Amphipoda - 24, Isopoda - 12, Tanaidacea - 1,
Crustaceana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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