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A. monacantha Sars, 1901 70. A. davidi davidi Richard, 1895 71. A. davidi punctata (Daday, 1898) 72. A. costata Sars, 1862 73. A. taraporevalae Shirgur & Naik, 1977 74. A. pulchella King, 1853 75. A. guttata Sars, 1862 76. Acroperus harpae (Baird, 1834) 77. A. angustatus Sars, 1863 78. Comptocercus rectirostris Schoedler, 1862 79. C. australis Sars, 1896 80. Graptoleberis testudinaria (Fischer, 1854) 81. Leydigia acanthocercoides (Fischer, 1854) 82. L. australis Sars, 1885 83. L. australis ceylonica Daday, 1898 84.

Daphniopsis tibetan a Sars, 1903 21. Scapholeberis kingi Sars, 1903 22. F. Miiller 1776) sensu lato including S. vetuloides Sars, 1898 23. S. exspinosus (Koch, 1841) 24. S. latirostris Stingelin, 1906 25. S. acutirostratus (King, 1852) 26. S. serrulatus (Koch, 1841) Subfamily: Chydorinae Stebbing, 1902 45. Pleuroxus aduncus (Jurine, 1820) 46. P. F. Muller, 1785) 47. P. similis Vavra, 1900 48. P. denticulatus Birge, 1879 49. P. laevis Sars, 1862 50. Alonella excisa (Fischer, 1854) 51. A. nana (Baird, 1850) 52.

Muller, 1776) 3. Latonopsis australis (Sars, 1888) 4. Diaphonosoma sarsi Richard, 1895 5. D. excisum Sars, 1885 6. D. senegal Gauthier, 1951 7. D. brachyurum (Lievin, 1848) Family: Daphniidae Straus, 1820 8. Ceriodaphnia cornuta Sars, 1885 9. C. reticulata (Jurine, 1820) 10. C. F. Muller, 1776) 11. C. laticaudata P. E. Muller, 1867 12. C. pulchella Sars, 1862 13. Daphnia pulex Leydig, 1860 emend. Scourfield, 1942 14. D. obtusa Kurz, 1874 15. D. magna Straus, 1820 16. D. F. Muller, 1776 17. D. carinata King, 1853 18.

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