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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daphnia_magna

Daphnia magna is a small planktonic crustacean (adult length 1.5–5.0 mm) that belongs to the subclass Phyllopoda. It inhabits a variety of freshwater environments, ranging from acidic swamps to rivers made of snow runoff, and is broadly distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere and South Africa.

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Daphnia magna. Several Daphnia species are considered threatened. The following are listed as vulnerable by IUCN: Daphnia nivalis, Daphnia coronata, Daphnia occidentalis, and Daphnia jollyi. Some species are halophiles, and can be found in hypersaline lake environments, an example of which is the Makgadikgadi Pan.

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What Eats Daphnia? Daphnia, small planktonic crustaceans sometimes called "water bugs," are at the base of many fresh water food webs and are commonly consumed by small fish. They are also eaten by many aquarium fish and pet fish.

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Daphnia are filter feeders, and eat bacteria and small detritus and algae particles. Go. ... The daphnia in science class is usually daphnia magna , but there are many different species.

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Background information on Daphnia Part 1 - Physical description Daphnia, commonly called water fleas, are a freshwater zooplankton found in ponds and lakes all over the world. Daphnia received the name water flea due to their jerky swimming motions.

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These terms will be used to describe species of the genus Daphnia, especially D. pulex and D. magna. All species of Daphnia occur in different strains - sometimes the same species can look completely different, both in terms of size and shape, depending on its origin, and environmental factors at that location.

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Description Daphnia Magna Culture Live Fish Food. Daphnia Magna is the one that most folks are talking about when they say Daphnia culture. It is the basis of a huge range of studies into toxicity, heavy metals, water quality, aquaculture, aquaponics, you name it.

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Daphnia are also known to migrate toward or away from the banks of ponds or lakes. Again, the most likely explanation for this behavior is predator avoidance. Certain species of Daphnia, e.g., D. magna, can be observed clinging occasionally to plants or other substrate. Furthermore, they may browse over the surface substrates to pick up small ...

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It was brought to my attention some time ago that one of the easiest to cultivate live foods, Daphnia, is rarely offered in tropical fish shops.This seems odd, because I’ve had a surplus of this invaluable fish food for many years, which I have sold to customers in my aquarium store. In fact, hundreds of customers have confirmed what I have found myself: feeding live Daphnia results in a ...

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Ignace, D., S. Dodson, D. Kashian. 2011. Identification of the critical timing of sex determination in Daphnia magna (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) for use in toxicological studies. Hydrobiologia, 668/1: 117-123. Lauridsen, T., D. Lodge. 1996. Avoidance by Daphnia magna of fish and macrophytes: chemical cues and predator-mediated use of macrophyte ...