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Brine shrimps ( Artemia ) have undergone geographic range and demographic expansions as a result of their interaction with humans since the beginning of salt harvesting. This interaction has favoured the expansion of some species but compromising the survival of others. Mediterranean native populations of Artemia salina from coastal salterns and la...
The knowledge about geographic distribution of species and intraspecific lineages, and the populations and metapopulations dynamic is essential to stablish conservation bases in many organisms. In recent years, the insight about anostraceans local distribution in the Iberian Peninsula has been greatly increased through taxonomic surveys in temporar...
High morphological plasticity in populations of brine shrimp subjected to different environmental conditions, mainly salinity, hindered for centuries the identification of the taxonomic entities encompassed within Artemia . In addition, the mismatch between molecular and morphological evolution rates complicates the characterization of evolutionary...
Romania is one of the most diverse countries for Anostraca in Europe. The Romanian Plain and the Black Sea coast are recognized as the most species-rich areas and harbour a high concentration of saline lakes and ponds. A short survey of ponds and small lakes was carried out in these areas of Romania during March 2019, with the aim of improving the...