Recommended Article 9 - Freshwater Rotifers

  • This article gives some brief explanation about type of freshwater rotifers.
  • Rotifers have been divided into four categories which relate to their appearance and habitat preferences rather than to their taxonomic classification.

    • Bdelloid Rotifers - Common in ponds and on mosses, are soft-bodied, and have leech-like movements.
    • Loricate Rotifers - Those having a characteristic hardened or semi-hardened body shell.
    • Planktonic Rotifers - Normally found in the open surface waters of a pond or stream.
    • Sessile Rotifers - Found attatched to submerged plants and rootlets in ponds and streams.
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