Where the cladocerans came from

A group of scientists, including the researchers from the White Sea Biological Station, Lomonosov Moscow State University has studied dispersal routes of cladocerans through Northern Eurasia, which are a food for many fish species. The scientists have shown that at least several cladoceran taxa began colonization of the whole Palearctic right from its north, and a part of them -- from the Beringian region.

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