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Amphipoda I ; Caprellidea I

John C. McCain

Amphipoda I ; Caprellidea I

by John C. McCain

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Published by Dr. W. Junk in Den Haag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crustacea -- Classification.,
  • Amphipoda -- Classification.,
  • Caprellidae -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn C. McCain et Joan E. Steinberg.
    SeriesCrustaceorum catalogus -- pars 2
    ContributionsSteinberg, Joan E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78 p. ;
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22276978M

    Rayol MC, Serejo CS. () A new species of Monoliropus Mayer, (Amphipoda, Caprellidea) from Guanabara Bay, RJ, Brazil. Arquivos do Museu Nacional 61 (3): ; Serejo CS. () Hemiaegina costai Quitete, a synonym of Hemiaegina minuta Mayer, (Amphipoda, Caprellidea). Crustaceana doi: /X Amphipoda is an order o malacostracan crustaceans wi no carapace an generally wi laterally compressed bodies. References [ eedit | eedit soorce ] ↑ Lowry J, ed. ().

    Cystacanths of Echinorhynchus gadi were found infecting Aeginina longicornis on Banquereau, an off-shore bank on the Scotian Shelf east of Nova Scotia, Canada. Two of amphipods (%) were each infected with a single male cystacanth. This is the first report of an intermediate host for E. gadi in the western Atlantic Ocean and the first record of A. longicornis as an intermediate host for. Amphipods belong to the Phylum Arthropoda, Class Crustacea, Subclass Malacostraca, and Order Amphipoda. The Malacostraca contains seventy percent of all known crustaceans. O species of amphipods are currently recognized. Twenty species of amphipods are known from Arkansas, with most being found in groundwater environments. Traditionally, amphipods have been placed in four .

      The Gammaridea and Caprellidea of South West Africa South of 20 S. Annals of the South African Museum: –; Griffiths CL. (b) The Amphipoda of Southern Africa, Part 3: The Gammaridea and Caprellidea of Natal. The Rustica Press (Pty) Ltd., Cape; Griffiths CL. (c) The Amphipoda of southern Africa Part 4. The Gammaridea and. Author: Harrison, R.J. Year: Title: Caprellidea (Amphipoda, Crustacea) Series: Synopses of the British Fauna: Type: Book/Report: Source: Synopses of the.


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Amphipoda I ; Caprellidea I by John C. McCain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Order.

Amphipoda is an order of malacostracan crustaceans with no carapace and generally with laterally compressed bodies. Amphipods range in size from 1 to millimetres ( to 13 in) and are mostly detritivores or are more than 9, amphipod species so far : Malacostraca.

Caprelloidea is a superfamily of marine crustaceans in the order includes "untypical" forms of amphipods, such as the skeleton shrimps (Caprellidae) and whale lice (Cyamidae).

The group was formerly treated as one of the four amphipod suborders, Caprellidea, but has been moved down to the superfamily rank by Myers & Lowry (, ) after phylogenetic studies of the group, and Class: Malacostraca.

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The taxonomy of the Caprellidea from the Tasmanian coast is reviewed with data on species composition and biogeographical characteristics. Four new species, Caprella edgari n. sp., Hircella inermis n. sp., Orthoprotella tuberculata n. and Paraproto tasmaniensis n.

are described, and detailed descriptions of Caprella acanthogaster Mayer,Orthoprotella tasmaniensis Guiler, Cited by: The Caprellidea (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from Tasmania Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Natural History 38(8) April with 75 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Griffiths C.L. The Amphipoda of Southern Africa Part 5. The Gammaridea and Caprellidea of the Cape Province west of Cape Agulhas. Annals of the South African Museum 67 (5): 91– Jarret N.E. & Bousfield E.L.

The amphipod superfamily Phoxocephaloidea on the pacific coast of North America. Family Phoxocephalidae. Part II. In book: Los Invertebrados Marinos, Chapter: Amphipoda, Publisher: Fundación de Historia Natural Félix de Azara. Vazquez Mazzini Editores, Buenos Aires., Editors.

Two new deep-water species of the genus Caprella are described from the central Gulf of California, Pacific coast of la calderoni new species is distinguished from the 32 previously recorded species of Caprella from the eastern Pacific by its smooth forehead and pereonites, body not particularly slender, gnathopod 2 inserted at about mid-length of the second pereonite, elongated.

Traditionally, Caprellidea have been considered as a suborder of the order Amphipoda. The order Amphipoda is an order of malacostracan crustaceans with no carapace and generally with laterally compressed bodies. This order includes n species (80% marine, 17% freshwater and 3% terrestrial) distributed in four.

K: Amphipoda, Caprellidea, Tasmania, new taxa, taxonomy, biogeography. Introduction The Caprellidea, one of the four suborders of Amphipoda, are considered to constitute a keystone part of shallow-water marine ecosystems as secondary and tertiary producers.

They usually live as epibionts on a variety of substrata from the. Free Online Library: Phylogenetic analysis of caprellid and corophioid amphipods (Crustacea) based on the 18S rRNA gene, with special emphasis on the phylogenetic position of Phtisicidae.(Report) by "The Biological Bulletin"; Biological sciences Abdomen Properties Amphipoda Genetic aspects Natural history Physiological aspects Amphipods Evolution Research Evolution.

The Caprellidea (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from Ceuta, North Africa, with the description of three species of Caprella, a key to the species of Caprella, and biogeographical discussion. Journal of Natural History: Vol. 36, No. 6, pp. The Caprellidea (Crustacea: Amphipoda) collected by the expedition of ‘Grigore Antipa’ National Museum of Natural History from Tanzania, with the description of a new genus and two new species.

Travaux du Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle ‘Grigore Antipa’ 23– "Pedoculina Garciagomezi (Amphipoda, Caprellidea), a New Species From Bahia De Algeciras (Southern Spain)" published on 01 Jan by Brill. A new caprellid amphipod, Caprella tavolarensis n. sp., is described based on specimens collected from a Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadow at the Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Protected Area (Sardinia, Mediterranean Sea).

The species is close to Caprella liparotensis, but can be clearly distinguished by smaller size, presence of a short rostrum, body elongate and dorsally smooth. Palabras clave: Crustacea, Amphipoda, Caprellidea, Subantártida, nuevos taxones.

*Received April 3, Accepted December 2, The majority of the above projects and sampling programmes focus on Antarctic fauna, and few stud-ies have been carried out along Subantarctic areas.

— Hydrobiologia(Also M. acanthocephala, M. redunca, M. limicola, and M. banksia are illustrated.) GUERRA-GARCIA, J.M.

Revision of the genus Deutella (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidea) with description of a new species, redescription of Deutella venenosa Mayer, 1and a key to the species of Deutella. During the past several decades, butyltin compounds (BTs), one of the representative groups of organotin compounds (OTs), have been widely used as an antifouling agent in paints for boats, ships, and.

Get this from a library. The Caprellidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda) of the western North Atlantic. [John C McCain] -- This paper deals primarily with the systematics of the Caprellidae occuring from the tropical to boreal areas of the western North Atlantic, roughly from the equator to Nova Scotia.

The paucity of. ti - the amphipoda of southern africa part 3 the gammaridea and caprellidea of natal T2 - Annals of the South African Museum. Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum.Five species of Caprellidea (Amphipoda) occur on a benthic transect between Gay Head, Massachusetts and Bermuda.

Three species, Caprella rinki Stephensen, Mayerella limicola Huntsman, and Proaeginina norvegica (Stephensen) are refigured and redescribed. A new species of Thorina and a new genus and species are described from bathyal and abyssal depths. All five species are .Cyamids were traditionally treated as a wholly parasitic infraorder of the amphipod suborder Caprellidea (cf.

Martin and Davis, ), but are now treated only as a family of parasites contained within a much large clade (infraorder Corophiida) of free-living amphipods that are predominantly detritivores (Myers and Lowry, ; Lowry and Myers.