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Table 2 List of ostracod species found in the Albufera Natural Park

From: Rice fields as facilitators of freshwater invasions in protected wetlands: the case of Ostracoda (Crustacea) in the Albufera Natural Park (E Spain)

Species Lake Holocene Lake (sub-)recent Spring ponds Rice fields S. Llorenç pond Interdune ponds References
Cyprididae Baird 1845        
Bradleystrandesia reticulata (Zaddach 1844) (1) 0 (1)      5,7
Cypris sp. (1)   0 (1)     5,7
C. bispinosa Lucas 1849    0 (1)     7
C. subglobosa Sowerby 1840   0 (1) 0 (1) 0 (1)    7,11
Cypridopsis vidua (Müller 1776) (3) 0 (1) 3 (1)    10 (2) 3,4,5,7,8,9,10
Plesiocypridopsis newtoni (Brady and Robertson 1870)       0 (1) 8
Potamocypris sp. (1)       3
Sarscypridopsis sp.       0 (1) 8
S. aculeata (Costa 1847) (1) 0 (1) 0 (1)    16 (6) 5,7,8,10
S. lanzarotensis (Mallwitz 1984)    1     9
Hemicypris sp. (1)       4
H. barbadensis Broodbakker [1983]     2 (1)    11
Heterocypris sp. (1)   0 (1)    5 (2) 5,7,8
H. incongruens (Ramdohr 1808)   0 (1) 1    2 (1) 7,8,9
H. cf. rotundata (Bronshtein 1928)    0 (1)     7
H. salina (Brady 1868) (1) 0 (1) 1(1) 9 (10) 2 25 (12) 4,6,7,8,9,10,11
Dolerocypris sinensis Sars 1903     0(1)    11
Eucypris pigra (Fisher 1851)       0 (1) 8
E. virens (Jurine 1820)   0 (1)     31 (5) 7,8,10
Trajancypris clavata (Baird 1838)     6 (4)    11
Candonocypris novaezelandiae (Baird 1843)     5 (2)   3(2) 10,11
Herpetocypris sp. (1)       3
H. cf. chevreuxi (Sars 1896) (2) 0 (1)      5,7
Stenocypris macedonica Petkovski and Meisch [1996]     1    11
S. major (Brady 1868)    1 (1)     7,9
Isocypris beauchampi (Paris 1920)   0 (1) 2     7,9
Candonidae Kaufmann 1990        
Candona sp. (1)       3
C. angulata G. W. Müller 1900 (3) 0 (1) 0 (1)     3,4,5,7
C. neglecta Sars 1887    0 (1)     7
Fabaeformiscandona cf. brevicornis (Klie 1940)    0 (1)     7
F. cf. latens (Klie 1940)   0 (1)     0 (1) 7,8
F. subacuta (Yang 1982)   0 (1) 1 (1) 2   2 (1) 2,7,8,9,10,11
Pseudocandona cf. albicans (Brady 1864)    1   (1)   6,9
P. cf. marchica (Hartwig 1889)   0 (1) 1 (1)     7,9
P. pratensis (Hartwig 1901)       6 (4) 8
Candonopsis kingsleii (Brady and Robertson 1870)    2 (1)     7,9
C. scourfieldi Brady 1910    1 (1)     7
Cypria sp. (1)       5
C. ophtalmica (Jurine 1820) (1) 0 (1 ) 3 (1)     3,7,9
C. cf. subsalsa Redeke 1936    0 (1)     7
Ilyocyprididae Kaufmann 1900        
Ilyocypris gibba (Ramdohr 1808) (3) 0 (1) 4 (1) 2 (4)   5 (3) 3,4,5,7,8,9,10,11
I. monstrifica (Norman 1862)   0 (1)      7
Darwinulidae Brady and Robertson 1885        
Darwinula stevensoni (Brady and Robertson 1870) (3) 0 (1) 3 (1)   2 1 (1) 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Vestalenula sp.   0 (1)      7
Cushmanideidae Puri 1973        
Pontocythere cf. rubra Müller 1894       0 (1) 10
P. cf. turbida Müller 1894 (1)       4
Cytherideidae Kollmann 1960        
Cyprideis torosa (Jones 1850) (3) 0 (1 ) 3 (1)   1 14 (13) 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Entocytheridae Hoff 1942        
Ankylocythere sinuosa (Rioja 1942)       1 1
Hemicytheridae Puri 1953        
Aurila arborescens (Brady 1865) (2)       3,4
Leptocytheridae Sars 1925        
Leptocythere sp. (1) 0 (1)      3,7
L. cf. porcellanea (Brady, 1869) (1)       5
Limnocytheridae Klie 1938        
Limnocythere inopinata (Baird 1843) (2) 0 (1) 2    2 (2) 3,5,7,8,9
L. stationis Vavra 1891 (2)   1   0 (1)   3,5,6
Paralimnocythere psammophila (Flössner 1965) (2) 0 (1) 0 (1)     3,5,7
Loxoconchidae Sars 1925        
Loxoconcha elliptica Brady 1868 (3) 0 (1) 0 (1)     3,4,5,7
L. rhomboidea (Fischer 1855) (2)      0 (1) 3,4,8
Paradoxostomatidae Brady and Norman 1889        
Cytherois sp. (1)       5
C. cf. stephanidesi Kile 1983 (1)       3
Xestoleberidae Sars 1866        
Xestoleberis nitida (Liljeborg 1853) (3) 0 (1)      3,4,5,7
Total number of exotics/natives 0/29 3/20 5/24 6/3 0/5 4/16  
  1. Numbers of samples where alive specimens (without parentheses) or only shell remains (in parentheses) were found are indicated for each type of environment or period (sedimentary Holocene records as ‘Holocene’; (sub-)recent samples for the rest). Numbers of samples for species considered (putatively) exotic are shown in italics. Numbers of exotic and native species are shown in bold. References: 1: Aguilar-Alberola et al. [2012]; 2: Escrivà et al. [2012]; 3: Marco-Barba 2010; 4: Marco-Barba et al. [2013a]; 5: Marco-Barba et al. [2013b]; 6: Mezquita et al. [2005]; 7: Poquet et al. [2008]; 8: Rueda et al. [2006]; 9: Rueda et al. [2013]; 10: Valls et al. [2013]; 11: This study.