Sididae Baird, 1850,

Kotov, Alexey A. & Fuentes-Reinés, Juan M., 2015, An annotated checklist of the Cladocera (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) of Colombia, Zootaxa 4044 (4), pp. 493-510: 494-495

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Sididae Baird, 1850
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Family Sididae Baird, 1850 

1. Diaphanosoma brachyurum  (Liévin, 1848) s.lat. Recorded by Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). D. brachyurum  s.str. is regarded as a Palearctic species ( Korovchinsky 1992), but similar forms have been reported from the Nearctic and Neotropical regions ( Paggi 1978; Zoppi de Roa & Lopez 2008; Korovchinsky 2004), forming a complex of cryptic species ( Korovchinsky 2004). Populations from the Neotropics need to be revised. In Colombia, D. brachyurum  s.lat. is distributed in the Andean region.

2. Diaphanosoma brevireme  Sars, 1901. Recorded by Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006); Álvarez (2010); Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011); Fuentes-Reinés et al. (2012, fig. 5). It is a Neotropical species ( Paggi 1978; Korovchinsky 1992, 2004). In Colombia, it has been reported from the Andean, Amazon and Caribbean regions.

3. Diaphanosoma dentatum  Herbst, 1968. Recorded by Korovchinsky (1992), Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006); Villabona-González et al. (2011) and Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Neotropical species ( Kotov et al. 2013 a). In Colombia, it has been reported from the Andean and Caribbean regions.

4. Diaphanosoma birgei  Kořínek, 1981. Recorded by Monroy et al. (2004, fig 4); Villabona-González et al. (2011); Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Nearctic species ( Korovchinsky 1992), but it has been also recorded in the Neotropical region ( Kotov et al. 2013 a). Populations from the Neotropics should be accurately compared with the Nearctic ones. In Colombia, it has been reported from the Andean and Caribbean regions.

5. Diaphanosoma polyspinum  Korovchinsky, 1982. Recorded by Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Neotropical species, it inhabits the Amazon and Orinoco basins ( Korovchinsky, 2004). In Colombia, it occurs in the Amazon region.

6. Diaphanosoma spinulosum  Herbst, 1975. Recorded by Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006); Gallo-Sánchez et al. (2009); Villabona-González et al. (2011); Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011) and Fuentes-Reinés (2014 c, fig 2). Neotropical species ( Paggi 1978; Korovchinsky, 2004). In Colombia, it is found in the Andean, Amazon and Caribbean regions.

7. Latonopsis australis  Sars, 1888 s.lat. Recorded by Álvarez (2010); Villabona-González et al. (2011) and Fuentes-Reinés et al. (2012, fig 2). Valid species, distributed in the tropics and subtropics of the western and eastern hemispheres ( Korovchinsky 2004; Van Damme & Dumont 2010; Kotov et al. 2013 b), it is in reality a complex of cryptic species ( Korovchinsky 2004; Elías-Gutiérrez et al. 2008 b) and needs to be revised worldwide. In Colombia, it occurs in the Caribbean region.

8. Pseudosida bidentata Herrick, 1884. Recorded by Stingelin (1913, figs 4–6); Pearse (1916); Barón- Rodríguez et al. (2006) and Aranguren-Riaño et al. (2011). Valid Neotropical species distributed from Argentina to U.S.A. ( Korovchinsky 2004). In Colombia, it has been reported from the Andean and Amazon regions.

9. Sida crystallina  ( O.F. Müller, 1776) s. lat. Recorded by Stingelin (1913, figs 1-3). S. crystallina  s.str. is a Palearctic species ( Korovchinsky 2004). Similar forms have been sometimes reported from the Neotropical region ( Stingelin 1913; Rodríguez-Almaraz & Leija-Tristán 1995; Elías-Gutiérrez et al. 2008 b). Populations from the Neotropics should be revised and likely this species could be Sida americana Korovchinsky, 1979  which is common in North America ( Korovchinsky 2004), or a similar taxon. In Colombia, it occurs in the Andean region.

10. Sarsilatona serricauda  (Sars, 1901). Recorded by Barón-Rodríguez et al. (2006); Álvarez (2010); Fuentes-Reinés et al. (2012, fig 4). According to Korovchinsky (1992) it is a Neotropical species, but it has been also reported from the Nearctic zone ( Korovchinsky 2004). In Colombia, it occurs in the Caribbean and Andean regions.