Tropodiaptomus

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Tropodiaptomus

Kiefer, 1932 [1]
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AnadiaptomusBrehm, 1952

Tropodiaptomus is a genus of copepods in the family Diaptomidae. It includes the following species, many of which are narrow endemics and are included on the IUCN Red List (VU: vulnerable species; EX: extinct; DD: data deficient):

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