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Vulnerable (VU)

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Found in cold, karstic spring (Ref. 59043). Laboratory experiments, using natural photoperiod and constant temperature of 15-16°C corresponding with those of its habitat, showed that a female could lay eggs several times with less than one month interval. Between 20 to 70 eggs of relatively large size (2.1 mm) are laid (Ref. 30578).


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