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Toxicities of bisphenol A (BPA) and nonylphenol (NP) to the neotropical freshwater cladocerans Ceriodaphnia silvestrii and Daphnia similis were studied under laboratory conditions. Acute exposures to BPA generated mean 48-h EC50 values of 14.44 (6.02–22.85) mg L−1 for C. silvestrii and 12.05 (1.73–22.37) mg L−1 for D. similis. When the organisms were exposed to acute doses of NP, mean 48-h EC50 values were 0.055 (0.047–0.064) mg L−1 (C. silvestrii) and 0.133 (0.067–0.200) mg L−1 (D. similis).doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5625100.v1 fatcat:u76gvcjb2fb77otmvxarrhaf6i