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S.a Chittapun, P.b Pholpunthin and H. Segers (2007)

Diversity of rotifer fauna from five coastal peat swamps on phuket island, southern Thailand

ScienceAsia, 33(4):383-387.

A total of 133 rotifer species was identified from five coastal peat swamps on Phuket Island. Of these, Dicranophoroides sp.A and Harringia rousseleti were new to Thailand. The most speciose genus was Lecane (30.82\%), followed by Lepadella (12.03\%). The highest species richness occurred in Jae-Son (100 species), followed byJik (84 species), Jood (67 species), Mai-Khao (65 species) and Sra-Boua (48 species), respectively. One hundred and ninety-three rotifer species are now known from peat swamps in Thailand.

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