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Candonidae

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Candonidae is a family of ostracods, containing around 25% of all known species of freshwater ostracods.[1] Around 75% of genera in the family are endemic to a single zoogeographic region.[1] It contains more than 500 species, of which more than 300 are endemic to the Palaearctic ecozone.[1]

Overview of genera

Acandona - Allocypria - Amphitritecandona - Areacandona - Baicalocandona - Bicornucandona - Caaporacandona - Candona - Candonopsis - Caribecandona - Cryptocandona - Cubacandona - Cyclocypris - Cypria - Danielocandona - Deminutiocandona - Earicandona - Eucandona - Fabaeformiscandona - Humphreyscandona - Indocandona - Kempfcyclocypris - Kencandona - Keysercypria - Lacalgida - Latinopsis - Leicacandona - Marmocandona - Marococandona - Meischcandona - Meridiescandona - Metohicandona - Mixtacandona - Namibcypris - Nannocandona - Neocandona - Notacandona - Origocandona - Paracandona - Phreatocandona - Physocypria - Pierrecandona - Pilbaracandona - Pioneercandonopsis - Schellencandona - Terrestricandona - Terrestricypris - Trajancandona - Trapezicandona - Typhlocypris - Undulacandona

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c Koen Martens; Isa Schön; Claude Meisch; David J. Horne (2008). "Global diversity of ostracods (Ostracoda, Crustacea) in freshwater". In Estelle V. Balian; Christian Lévêque; Hendrik Segers; Koen Martens (eds.). Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment. Developments in Hydrobiology. Springer. doi:10.1007/s10750-007-9245-4. ISBN 978-1-4020-8258-0.

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Candonidae: Brief Summary

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Candonidae is a family of ostracods, containing around 25% of all known species of freshwater ostracods. Around 75% of genera in the family are endemic to a single zoogeographic region. It contains more than 500 species, of which more than 300 are endemic to the Palaearctic ecozone.

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