Edited By: SD Rundle, AL Robertson and JM Schmid-Araya
369 pages, B/w plates, illus, figs, tabs
Gives indepth accounts of the systematics, morphological characteristics, life histories and ecological requirements of the main freshwater meiofaunal taxa. Also reviews the current meiofaunal ecological research in freshwaters, addressing important issues, such as the importance of meiofaunal taxa in the trophic dynamics of freshwater ecosystems.
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