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Relations among planktonic rotifers, cyclopoid copepods, and water quality in two Brazilian reservoirs. Jorge Laco Portinho jorgeportinho gmail. During a year, monthly samplings were carried out in three stations in each reservoir. Species richness, frequency and abundance were used to find out useful and indicatives trends of water quality based on these organisms, reinforced by literature data. Species that showed higher differences between reservoirs were chosen. For copepods, Tropocyclops prasinus dominated in the eutrophic reservoir, but Thermocyclops decipiens, T.

In the canonical correspondence analysis, these species were indicators of the trophic state and were related with chlorophyll – atotal phytoplankton and total phosphorus. Despite the dominance of T. The dominance of Brachionus for rotifers and Tropocyclops prasinus and Acanthocyclops robustus for copepods were indicative of eutrophic conditions. Se escogieron aquellas especies que presentaron las mayores diferencias. A pesar de la dominancia de T.

cultivo copepodos pdf

Urban reservoirs have several social services and available environments used for fishing, recreation, tourism, and water supply, and are also submitted to many forces due to it is multiple uses, such as discharge of solid residues, shore degradation, punctual and non-punctual sources of phosphorus, sedimentation and intense urban occupation Tundisi et al.

The continental zooplankton is composed of rotifers, small crustaceans cladocerans and copepods and protozoans. Rotifers have different food habits, being omnivorous, carnivorous including cannibalism or even herbivores. Cyclopoid copepods are preferentially carnivorous, and their diet is mainly composed by microcrustaceans.

Diptera and Oligochaeta larvae and cladocerans are filter-feeders. Potentiality of zooplankton as bioindicators is very high because their growth and distribution depends on some abiotic e. Plankton has been used recently as bioindicator for monitoring aquatic ecosystems and the integrity of water.

Zooplankton assemblages may be considered bioindicators of eutrophication, as they are coupled to environmental conditions, responding more rapidly to changes than do fishes, and are easier to identify than phytoplankton. Examples are the dominance of Brachionus genus for Rotifera, and the relations between two species of Thermocyclops of Copepoda. In oligotrophic environments, higher frequency of T.

However, in mesotrophic environments, the two species are found sharing the habitat Rocha et al. Some species respond to changes in the water quality, thus differences in the reproduction and development of the zooplankton are predictable Duggan et al.

The composition, richness and the diversity of these organisms in eutrophic environments is different when compared to oligotrophic ones. In oligotrophic and also copepodso mesotrophic reservoirs studies indicated higher richness and lower abundances Nogueira, ; Bonecker et al. The scarcity of water in the current decade, mainly during periods of severe droughts in larger cities, as Curitiba the capital of Parana State, in south Region of Brazil and its metropolitan region, 4 cultibo habitants emphasizes the importance of this study.

The volume of reservoirs destined to water supply is reduced during drought periods and present unfavorable conditions to several organisms, except to Cyanobacteria algae and some protozoans and invertebrates with different tolerances to drought or pollution, which degrades the remaining water due to its chemical compounds. Thus, it is important to obtain predictive water quality monitoring in urban reservoirs destined to water supply. In addition, we agree with the hypothesis following Maitland’s statement, which means lower richness and species diversity, and higher abundance of organisms in the eutrophic reservoir.


Ecological attributes richness, abundance and diversityand environmental variables were analyzed in a complete annual cycle in each reservoir.

Two small, shallow and polymictic reservoirs near to Curitiba city Parana State, Brazilwere studied. The climate is Cbf, according to Koeppen classification Maack, The annual precipitation and the mean temperature are 1, mm and Samplings were carried out monthly, along an dee cycle, in three sampling stations in each reservoir, representing mouth zone, intermediate and lentic zones Marzolf, The two reservoirs have cultico similar morphometric characteristics, but contrasting trophic conditions, as shown in Table 1.

The limits defined were: More details of Irai Reservoir can be found for zooplankton assemblages Serafim-Junior et al. The phytoplankton community estimated biovolume for this reservoir, in the period from August toranged from 0. Also, in this period, 65 species of phytoplankton from nine families were identified.

Cyanobacteria dominated quantitatively, with higher abundance of Aphanocapsa delicatissima, Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii, Microcystis aeruginosa, Microcystis spp. For Rio Verde Reservoir, details of physical and chemical variables are found in Cunha et al.

Different water volumes were filtered in each reservoir for determining the abundance of zooplankton, because data comes from different projects. In Irai Reservoir, L of subsurface copeppodos cm water were filtered using a motor pump which is widely used to sample zooplankton, and in Rio Verde Reservoir, samples were obtained through vertical hauls filtering about L of water.

Integrated samples are an alternative to evaluate zooplankton vertical distribution e. Thus, this could affect the number and density of some collected taxa. Rotifers were counted in sub-samples varying from 0.

A minimum of individuals were counted per sample and density was expressed in individuals m Species identification was based on specialized literature e. Copepods were identified and quantified under optical microscope, in subsamples varying from 0. A minimum of individuals were counted per sample. Nauplii and copepodits were not included in the analyses, aiming to study only adult organisms that can be identified at the species level. The identification was based in specialized literature: Cladocerans were not included in our studied because they not showed any correlation with water quality.

The diversity and equitability were calculated using the Past V. Only species that showed differences in ecological attributes between reservoirs were included in the species list and were used as potential indicators of water quality. The interaction was used to examine if differences among months in each reservoir were absent.

All presupposes of these analyses were reached. Homogeneity was tested using Levene’s test and normality using Shapiro Wilk test Zar, The following variables were used: Some of these variables were measured in profiles of the water column such as temperature, pH, turbidity, dissolved oxygen and conductivity using a multi-probe Horiba model U Transparency was obtained with the immersion of the Secchi disk until its visual disappearance m.

Water samples were taken to the laboratory for determination of nitrogen Mackereth et al. The species that showed significant differences between reservoirs are shown in Table 2.

cultivo copepodos pdf

Species of Brachionus genus, with Filinia longiseta, Keratella cochlearis, K. Only copepods showed significant differences among stations, reservoirs, and in the interaction between reservoir and months Table 3.

In both reservoirs, diversity and richness were higher at station 2, and abundance at station 1. For both taxa, the two reservoirs were clearly separated.

In the eutrophic reservoir, in the first canonical variable, mainly Polyarthra remata, P. In the second canonical variable, Ptygura sp. Among copepods, only M. In first variable, Acanthocyclops robustus and Tropocyclops prasinus were correlated with total phosphorus, water temperature, chlorophyll – aand total phytoplankton in the eutrophic reservoir. In the second canonical variable, T. The results indicated that some species can be related with the water quality in the studied reservoirs, and can be useful for the region with temperature climate and probably for most of south of Brazil.


Rotifers and cyclopoids species can be selected due its contrasting abundances between reservoirs. In the eutrophic reservoir, the higher richness was found for the Brachionidae family and Brachionus species, and are suggested as indicators of high trophic state Sladecek, However, even with the trend observed in the present study, the use of rotifers as bioindicators must be careful due to the contrasting results that can be found in the literature.

For example, Nogueira and Sampaio et al. Another example is the study of Bonecker et al. Thus, only the high richness of Brachionidae can be pointed out as indicator of eutrophic conditions, even considering the other relationships commonly found in the literature. Several studies provided lists of rotifer species that are indicative of different trophic states, among them good indicators of eutrophic conditions are Bra-chionus sp.

For copepods, Thermocyclops decipiens has been employed in other studies as indicators of eutrophic waters Landa et al. This result suggest that in reservoirs with hypereutrophic conditions, more rustic species, as T.

Other species of cyclopoid copepods can become dominant in hypereutrophic environments, such as Metacyclops mendocinus, found in high abundance in Barra Bonita Reservoir, in Tiete River Zaganini et al. Again, as well as for rotifers, this copepod species has been found in environments of several trophic states. Nevertheless, with more available data opposite trends of variation can be noticed.

Even though occasionally some of these species are found in different trophic conditions, this study confirms that T. It is worth to emphasize that this species easily develops and dominate in ephemeral environments as water pools. The same is observed for some species of Metacyclops genera. Species diversity index for aquatic systems offers distinct possibilities for quantitatively evaluate the response of a copepodoz to pollution.

For example, according to Paturej the Shannon-Weaver index of species diversity, for the whole zooplankton community, tends to decrease as a water body becomes more eutrophic. In central Brazil, one comparative study of the zooplankton composition of six lacustrine ecosystems, observed a tendency of decreasing diversity with increasing trophic level Starling, In China, Xiong et al.

A close relationship among richness, diversity and total abundance of copepods was observed in the interaction between months and reservoirs, suggesting that reservoirs show distinct temporal variations according to the trophic state.

Other authors found similar results in eutrophic reservoirs. These authors stated that some modifications in diversity are responses to the environmental stress caused by eutrophication. The canonical correspondence analysis showed more satisfactory results for copepods than for rotifers, associating T.

On the other hand, transparency and conductivity were positively correlated with Thermocyclops decipiens and T. Probably due the excessive eutrophication with intense algal blooms and other variables such reservoir morphometry, climate and altitude, Thermocyclops was present but was never dominant during the studied period.

Primary productivity in lakes and reservoirs is controlled by a set of physical, chemical and biological variables Thornton,

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