2 edition of key to the species of the locusta-group of the Amphipod genus Gammarus found in the catalog.
key to the species of the locusta-group of the Amphipod genus Gammarus
Jan H. Stock
|Statement||[by] Jan H. Stock.|
|Series||Zoologisch Museum. Bulletin, v. 1, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .A46 vol. 1, no. 1, QL444.M315 .A46 vol. 1, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||77376184|
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1The sabethine genus Trichoprosopon currently is composed of 21 species (Zavortink ). Mention of the genus in this paper refers solely to T. digitatum, the best-known species (Zavortink ). Eretmapodites, the only culicid genus restricted to the Afrotropical Region (Edwards ), now embraces 38 species (Knight and Stone , Knight ) Following re-examination of the other five species present in the region, a dichotomous key and a synoptic table of characters is provided for all seven European species Udekem d’Acoz, C. d’. The genus Bathyporeia Lindström, , in western Europe (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Pontoporeiidae) Web view.
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Gammarus species (i.e., gammarids) are a diverse group of amphipod crustaceans in the family Gammaridae. More than species of Gammarus occur across the inland and coastal waters of the Holarctic (Väinölä et al., ), and they represent the dominant macroinvertebrate species, in terms of biomass, in many running freshwater ecosystems Microhabitat segregation of the amphipod genus Gammarus (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in the Northern Baltic Sea Article (PDF Available) in Marine Biology (2) February with Reads A new alien species for Finland, the amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, (Fig.
1), was recorded in summer in both Hamina (NE Gulf of Finland) and Turku (SW Fin-land). Stock JH () A key to the species of the locusta-group of amphipod genus Gammarus, with notes on their nomenclature. Bull Zool Mus Univ 1(1): Google Scholar Stock JH () A revision of the European species of the Gammarus locusta –group (Crustacea, Amhipoda).
Gammarus is the amphipod genus with the highest number of epigean freshwater species, comprising over species that are distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere (Karaman and Pinkster Abiotic factors such as temperature, salinity, oxygen, acidity, and pollution play an important role in the distribution of Gammarus species (Whitehurst Full text of "Amphipod newsletter" See other formats 1 Amphipod Newsletter 25 Bibliography (per 3 ) by Wim Vader AIKINS, S.
& E. KIKUCHI Water current velocity as an environmental factor regulating the distribution of amphipod species in Gamo lagoon, :// Gammarus locusta–zaddachi and Gammarus fasciatus groups r 18 ± 2 40–30 or 20–15 Mya, faunal exchanges between east and west Atlantic Split between.
Gammarus locusta–zaddachi and Gammarus fasciatus groups x 6 ± 1 6 Mya, secondary calibration from Väinölä et al., Separation of Arctic marine and freshwater Gammaracanthus y The new genus is close to Eusiroides.) ORTIZ, M., R. LALANA & C. VARELA (Tantena, a new genus and species of marine amphipod (Lysianassidae) and first record of the family Ochlesidae and the genus Curidia, with the description of a new species from Cuba (Amphipoda, Gammaridea).
- — Solenodon 6, (In :// Introduction. Gammarus species (i.e., gammarids) are a diverse group of amphipod crustaceans in the family Gammaridae. More than species of Gammarus occur across the inland and coastal waters of the Holarctic (Väinölä et al., ), and they represent the dominant macroinvertebrate species, in terms of biomass, in many running freshwater ecosystems (MacNeil et al., ).
In order to examine the physiological capabilities of marine invertebrates in their natural environment, a series of physiological measurements were conducted on congeneric amphipod species (Genus Gammarus) distributed along a natural thermal gradient in the NE Atlantic and Arctic :// A revision of the European species of the Gammarus locusta-group (Amphipoda).
56 p., 26 figs, paperbound (ZV90); CR € 14 Stock, J.H., Notodelphyidae and Botryllophilidae (Copepoda) from the West Indies. 45 p., 21 figs, disbound (SFC34); CR € Sediment contamination in estuaries has been associated not only with effects on benthic species but also with effects on water column species, including migrating salmon.
Estuaries are among the most productive marine ecosystems in the world [ 8 ] and are critical to the life history and development (e.g., rearing, feeding, migration routes Information for each species is held in four separate files.
The species file holds the unique species key number, genus name, species name and authority, common name, subspecies, subgenus, references, taxonomic notes, a species account, description, type locality, status and a local species :// The different species of one genus are gummed on one or more of the white sheets and placed within the folded manila paper, which serves as a cover.
Each specimen should be signed with its name, place, and date of collection, thus: C. rubrum. Bar Harbor. Aug. 12,STOCK, J.H. A REVISION OF THE EUROPEAN SPECIES OF THE GAMMARUS LOCUSTA-GROUP (CRUSTACEA, AMPHIPODA), 56, 22,42 € STOCKMANN, R. & YTHIER, E. SCORPIONS OF THE WORLD.
pags, más de fotos, tapas duras. Describe e ilustra más de especies. Descripciones, taxonomía y :// The Genus Platypilumnus and description of P. jamieson from New Caledonia (Brachyura) / Crenoicus (Isopoda): systematics and biology of a new species from New South Wales / Freshwater amphipods from Barrow Island, Western Australia / The Ericthonius group, a new perspective on an old problem (Amphipoda).
p., num. figs, 4to, For decades, a major tenet of comparative biology has been that the rate of life-giving metabolism (R) scales with body mass (M) to the 3/4-power (R = a M b, where a is the scaling coefficient and b is the scaling exponent or slope in log-log space [1,2,3,4,5]).According to this 3/4-power law (also called Kleiber’s law) as log body mass increases 4-fold, log metabolic rate should increase 3 contribution to the knowledge of the amphipoda.
some new or very interesting gammarus species from southern europe and asia minor. 2: branko soc: likovno estetski znacaj sume u pejzazu: 1: gordan s karaman: 51 contrabution to the kowledge of the amphipoda two members of echinogammarus simoni group from southeren europe e cari and e ?type=author&key=S.
Connectivity and putative native ranges of the two "cosmopolitan" biofouling amphipod species, Jassa marmorata and Jassa slatteryi, Master thesis, University of Bremen. hdl: /epic.1adafaaefee5 fp7,epoca,env,the chancellor masters and scholarsof the university of cambridge(uk),plymouth marine laboratory limited(uk),the scottish association for marinescience lbg(uk),koninklijke nederlandse akademie van wetenschappen - knaw(nl),united nations educational, scientific and cultural organization -unesco(fr),stichting nioz, koninklijk nederlands instituut voor.
It is this last part, which, being susceptible of being sometimes augmented at one of its angles by a corneous tubercle, has been the cause, that M. Savigny has defined, in a group or two of the nereides, some of the genera which he has established among the multidenticulated species, according to the odd or even number of these organs, which Anaerobic end-products.
Invertebrates such as molluscs and a variety of worms are known to use a much wider variety of anaerobic end-products than vertebrates, including succinate, acetate, and propionate (Müller et al. ).These accumulate during exposure to severe hypoxia or anoxia, and during burst ://Impact of a Novel, Feminising Microsporidium on its Crustacean Host Impact of a Novel, Feminising Microsporidium on its Crustacean Host Terry, Rebecca S.; Smith, Judith E.; Dunn, Alison M.
ABSTRACT. We describe the transmission and pathogenic effects of a novel, feminising microsporidium, probably a Nosrmti species, on its crustacean host Gammarus ://