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The new genus and species Templar incongruens is here described from specimens collected near Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand, increasing the known range of Monoscutinae.
Remarks.--Though I was originally reluctant to establish a new genus for this species, and so leave Monoscutinae with three species in as many genera, Templar incongruens differs at least as much from either Monoscutum titirangiense and Acihasta salebrosa as they differ from each other, if not more so.
Freshwater ostracodes are generally assumed to be either exclusively bisexual or unisexual, although rare males have been reported in populations of taxa that generally lack them (e.g., Cypricercus reticulatus, Hoff 1942; Cyprinotus incongruens, Klie 1926; Furtos 1933).
Cyprinotus incongruens, the most common species of the genus, is thought to exhibit geographic parthenogenesis.
incongruens were also obtained from three additional widely spread localities in North America: St.
incongruens to permit their assignment to an electrophoretic clone.
incongruens, clonal frequencies were determined by direct count of the various multilocus genotypes.
incongruens (clone 1) were also included as internal standards in each staining run.
incongruens, using a modified version (Turgeon 1993) of Tetart's protocol (1969, 1978).
incongruens reproduces by apomictic parthenogenesis, females were isolated in small plastic cups containing synthetic pond water (Hebert and Crease 1980).
incongruens were restricted to pools on the rocky outcrops along the coastline.
incongruens. They were also the only two clones showing expression of Aat, a trait shared with C.