2 edition of Campylaspis species (Crustacea : Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic found in the catalog.
Campylaspis species (Crustacea : Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic
N. S. Jones
|Statement||by N.S. Jones.|
|Series||Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) -- v. 27, no. 6|
|Contributions||British Museum (Natural History)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. -300 :|
|Number of Pages||300|
THE SPECIES DIRECTORY of the MARINE FAUNA AND FLORA of the BRITISH ISLES AND SURROUNDING SEAS Editors Christine M. Howson Bernard E. Picton FORMAT OF THE BOOK Each chapter in this book covers a different phylum or major taxonomic group. The format for each chapter is the same. A short introduction is followed by an outline classification. Pteraspis gets its name from the growths on the sides of its main body 'shield’. These served acted as hydrofoils, the job usually done by the pectoral fins which are absent in Pteraspis. The lower lobe of the tail is also larger than the upper which would provide upwards lift. The spine that rose up from. The diversity and species richness of all Peracarida were highest at the shallow stations and consistently decreased with depth (Table 1, Fig. 2): species were found in the depth range ∼– m, 44 species in the depth range ∼– m, 30 species in the depth range ∼– m and 10 species below m. Similarly, the Cited by: Deals chiefly with the species Blastophagus piniperda, B. minor, Ips sexdentatus and I. acuminatus, giving results of field and laboratory studies of: their geographical distribution; the frequency of their occurrence in felled Pine (also gives data on Pityogenes quadridens and Orthotomicus proximus); flight period (material and methods, flight in relation to temperature, diurnal flight Cited by:
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Campylaspis is a genus of crustaceans in the order s of Campylaspis have a "bulky" carapace, which makes up more than 40% of the animal's length, as well as distinctive features of the mouthparts.
There are currently recognised described species:Class: Malacostraca. This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may (Sars, ) Description Carapace large and tumid, with distinct densely crowded conical protuberances, giving it a very rough appearance.
Protuberances especially densely crowded together on the dorsal face, whereas laterally they are arranged in two longitudinal rows, the lower of which forms an almost continuous carina, both series being connected in front by a somewhat irregular transverse. Two Campylaspis species, C.
amblyoda Gamô, and C. reticulata Gamô,are redescribed as new to Korean cumacean fauna. Campylaspis amblyoda is characterized by having a carapace with five or six pairs of pellucid spots on dorsal surface, a pair of projections near proximal portion of frontal lobe, and lacking sulcus onAuthor: Sung-Hyun Kim, Eun-Joo Jeong, Chang-Mok Lee, Young-Hyo Kim.
Familia: Nannastacidae Genus: Campylaspis Species: Campylaspis millsae Name . Campylaspis millsae Gerken, 55, figs. 30–33; Holotype: NIWAovigerous female. Type locality: °S, °E–°S, °E, – m, 9 April Etymology: The species is named in honor of Sadie Mills, in recognition of her Campylaspis species book in the NIWA collections and her unfailingly.
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Campylaspis canaliculata Zimmer, Campylaspis rufa Hart, Campylaspis rubromaculata Lie, Campylaspis maculinodulosa Watling and McCann, new species. Campylaspis hartae Lie, Campylaspis blakei Watling and McCann, new species Campylaspis biplicata Watling and McCann, new species File Size: 7MB.
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Campylaspis species (Crustacea: Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and. Species belonging to the Genus Campylaspis (Cumacea, Nannastacidae) collected from the Western Atlantic.
Travaux du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle Grigore Antipa 65– Muradian, Z., (). World Register of Marine Species link: Campylaspis G.O. Sars, (+ list species) Subcategories This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
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Set of bird parts only held at TOS General Library missing VolVol.1 ()-4 5 6. This paper describes a new cumacean species, Campylaspis vassilenkoae sp. n., which was found in the northwestern Sea of Japan at – m. vassilenkoae sp. is most similar to C. aperta Lomakina,but it differs from the latter species in the shape and size of the depression on the carapace, the absence of eye lenses, and a smaller ratio of the uropod peduncle length to the Author: A.
Lavrent’eva, L. Tzareva. Campylaspis canaliculata Zimmer, Campylaspis rufa Hart, Campylaspis rubromaculata Lie, Campylaspis maculinodulosa Watling and McCann, new species.
Campylaspis hartae Lie, Campylaspis blakei Watling and McCann, new species Campylaspis biplicata Watling and McCann, new species Download book. Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text Campylaspis Rex, A New Species (Crustacea: Cumacea) From New Zealand.
VolumePage A new species of Vemakylindrus (Crustacea: Cumacea: Diastylidae) from California. VolumePage This research article reports an exhaustive account on the mangrove-associated polychaetes.
Polychaetes are an important component in marine benthic communities and they play a major ecological role in mangrove ecosystem. This article gives an overview of polychaete diversity associated to five major mangrove forests of east coast of India (Muthupettai, Pichavaram, Coringa, Bhitarkanika and Cited by: 1.
A new species of the genus Campylaspis G.O. Sars, C. grazielae and also Campylaspis sp. are described from the mesophotic coral ecosystems of St. John, US Virgin Islands, Caribbean Sea. Most of these species are oviparous. Currently, 10 genera are recognized containing over species.
Geographic range. They are found in most tropical and many subtropical regions all over the world, particularly in Africa, Asia, islands in the Pacific, tropical America, one species is found in southeastern Europe.
Species of Interest. A new cumacean genus and species, Thalycrocuma sarradini gen. et sp. nov., belonging to the family Nannastacidae is described from several sites of the Lucky Strike hydrothermal vent field (Mid Author: Les Watling. About this book. The species of the Neotropical genus Cephaloleia Chevrolat, are present a key to the known larvae of Cephaloleia (8 species), a key to the 95 species known to occur in Mexico, Central America and the West Indies, and a key to.
A new monogenean species, Ligophorus yucatanensis n. from the gills of the flathead mullet Mugil cephalus from the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, is described. The new species can be differentiated from all other species of Ligophorus by the morphology of the accessory piece of the copulatory by: 4.
helminths collected, six species of Digenea are reported in new hosts, and two of them are also recorded for the first time in Brazil; and three species of Monogenea are reported in new hosts.
Material and Methods From July to September54 specimens of marine fish belonging to seven species were examined. The fish were obtained. N S. Jones has written: 'Campylaspis species (Crustacea: Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author Barbara S Jones written.
Small groups of the tent‐making bat, Ectophylla alba, were found roosting in Heliconia (Musaceae) tents in old secondary‐growth forest in north‐eastern Costa Rica. The choice of specific Heliconia leaves for tents was predicted on the basis of leaf size and age.
Additionally, tents in shrubs, saplings and epiphytic plants were found scattered throughout both primary‐ and secondary Cited by: of new species with positively identified species belonging to the same genera and sub-genera and (4) to discuss classification of new species based on the present molecular phylogenies of avian haemosporidians.
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There were four objectives of our study. The Þrst was to investigate relationships between the numberCited by: The bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae and Platypodidae) of Tonga R. BEAVER School of Natural Resources, University of the South Pacific, BoxSuva, Fiji Abstract A key is given to 14 species of Scolytidae and 1 species of Platypodidae known to occur in Tonga.
New synonymy is proposed as follows: Hypocryphalus mollis. We describe a striking new species of the lungless salamander family Plethodontidae from the Appalachian foothills of northern Georgia, USA. This miniature species, c. 25–26 mm (adult standard length), is so distinctive genetically and morphologically that we erect a new genus, the first new genus of amphibian described from the US in nearly.
Revised Status of a Colydiid Species Known as “Lasconotus niponius (LEWIS)” (Coleoptera, Zopheridae) Jun-ichi AOKI 3 8 12 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan Abstract A zopherid species known as Bitoma niponica or Bitoma niponia, recently transferred to the genus Lasconotus, was found to consist of two di#erent Size: KB.
Campylaspis vassilenkoae sp. n., a new cumacean species (Cumacea: Nannastacidae) from the Bathyal zone of the Sea of Japan A. Lavrent’eva, L. Tzareva Pages Ichthyology.
The genus Callosamia Packard (Saturniidae), in Louisiana by Vernon Antoine Brou Jr., Jack Loyd road, Abita Springs, Louisiana email: [email protected] ABSTRACT. New information on the Saturnidae genus Callosamia Packard, in Louisiana, is discussed. Two species are newly reported for the state: C.
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