Bosminidae Baird, 1845 sensu Sars, 1865

Kotov, Alexey A. & Fuentes-Reinés, Juan M., 2015, An annotated checklist of the Cladocera (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) of Colombia, Zootaxa 4044 (4), pp. 493-510 : 499

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Bosminidae Baird, 1845 sensu Sars, 1865
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Family Bosminidae Baird, 1845 sensu Sars, 1865

51. Bosmina (Bosmina) longirostris ( O. F. Müller, 1776). Recorded by Gaviria (2001); Monroy et al. (2004); Camargo-Fajardo (1994); Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Cosmopolitan (Kotov & Taylor, unpublished molecular data, Kotov et al. 2013 a). In Colombia, it has been reported from the Andean and Caribbean regions.

52. Bosmina (Eubosmina) coregoni (Baird, 1857). Recorded by Gaviria (1984). Distributed in the Palearctic ( Kotov et al. 2009). It could be an introduced species in Colombia, it occurs in the Andean region, but this record needs to be checked genetically.

53. Bosmina (Liederobosmina) hagmanni Stingelin, 1904. Recorded by Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). It has been reported from the Nearctic and Neotropical regions ( Paggi 1979; Kotov et al. 2013 a). In Colombia, it has been reported from the Amazon and Caribbean regions.

54. Bosmina (Liederobosmina) tubicen Brehm, 1953. Recorded by Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006). It has been reported from the Nearctic and Neotropical regions ( Kotov et al. 2013 a). In Colombia, it occurs in the Andean region.

55. Bosminopsis deitersi Richard, 1895. Recorded by Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006); Gallo-Sánchez et al. (2009); Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Tropicopolitan species (Van Damme & Dumont 2010). This taxon could be a group of species ( Kotov 1997), and needs to be revised worldwide. In Colombia, it has been reported from the Amazon and Caribbean regions.