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Campylaspis species (Crustacea: Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic.

N S. Jones

Campylaspis species (Crustacea: Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic.

by N S. Jones

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English


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SeriesBulletin of the British Museum (Natural history), Zoology -- Vol. 27, no. 6.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21721286M

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. sp. 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 September , 54 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?

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Campylaspis species (Crustacea: Cumacea) from the deep Atlantic by N S. Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 Campylaspis species book,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, Campylaspis species book. 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 work 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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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.

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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are adult male Alder and Hancock anal papilla antenna Aplysia blotches body may reach British Isles British species calyptoblastic Campylaspis carapace carpus cerata coasts colour.

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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.

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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.