A variety of websites are available with images or useful information about zooplankton.  Below, we have listed a selection of sites we have found to date. Since the number of websites is rapidly growing, we invite users to forward the addresses (URLs) of additional ones they find to John Havel or Erin Hutchison.

RELATED LINKS

MSU Department of Biology

Aquatic Biology Program

IMAGES OF ZOOPLANKTON & RELATED TAXA DESCRIPTION

 

Zooplankton of Saskatchewan

 

Cladocera Website

 

 

 

Limnology Plankton Ecology Home Page

 

Ostracode Diversity

 

 

 

Image-Based Key to the Zooplankton of the Northeast

 

Rotifers of Large Rivers

 

 

A Contributions Page within the Zooplankton Project that contains images of taxa from around the world.

 

This site contains a database of cladocerans, including images, taxonomy, cladoceran researchers, and more.

 

Photographs of freshwater plankton from Europe.

 

 

Photographs of freshwater ostracodes, designed as an image-based key to help identify biodiversity in freshwater environments.

 

Rotifers, cladocerans, and copepods from the northeastern United States (University of New Hampshire).

 

Photos from representative rotifer genera occurring in large rivers in the central US.

Last Revised July 2013

The Zooplankton Project was conceived by Drs. John Havel and Russell Rhodes in 1998.

Webmaster for the Zooplankton Project is Erin Hutchison

 

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