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Journal of Limnology
Salinity and temperature are known to be important factors driving species richness and species composition in inland waters, but their effect and interaction are still not completely clear. In this paper we examine their interaction on species richness and species composition of planktonic rotifers in Turkey, controlling for other confounding effects. Eighty-four species of Rotifera belonging to 32 genera were recorded from eight sampling sites in Develi Plain (Middle Anatolia, Kayseri,doi:10.4081/jlimnol.2010.297 fatcat:riq2vl4jjfdcposppizwuux4yu