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By Mark J. Wetzel (auth.), Piet F. M. Verdonschot, Hongzhe Wang, Adrian Pinder, Rebi Nijboer (eds.)

This quantity includes chosen papers from the ninth Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 6–10 October 2003, Wageningen, The Netherlands. 18 contributions take care of the biology of aquatic oligochaetes, and represents a mix of the fields of taxonomy, anatomy, morphology and body structure, lifestyles historical past, ecology, sludge reports and toxicology. This broad scope is according to the new developments in oligochaete learn, with a different curiosity in sludge studies.

Research groups from France, Japan, usa, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Germany, Hungary and China current the newest advancements on annelid stories and likewise replicate a balanced mix of geographical parts, in addition to organic topics.

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