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SPATIO-TEMPORAL STUDY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF DAPTONEMA OXYCERCA (NEMATODA: XYALIDAE) IN COROA GRANDE, RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL*
Daptonema oxycerca was originally described from the North Sea and, up to now, nothing is known of this species in tropical regions. The spatio-temporal distribution and the population structure ofExpand
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Population structure of Comesoma arenae Gerlach (Nematoda, Comesomatidae) in a Brazilian tropical tidalflat, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The objective is to describe the population structure of Comesoma arenae Gerlach, 1956 during a one-year period. The area studied, Coroa Grande, is located in Sepetiba Bay, State of Rio de Janeiro,Expand
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State of the art of the meiofauna of Brazilian Sandy Beaches
No Brasil, os estudos da meiofauna iniciaram em meados do seculo passado, com enfoque puramente taxonomico e voltado para a descricao de especies de diferentes grupos zoologicos. Apos essa faseExpand
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First record of the taxon Echinopsyllus (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Ancorabolidae) from the deep sea of Campos Basin, Brazil, with the description of three new species and their contribution to
New species assignable to the formerly monotypic genus Echinopsyllus (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Ancorabolidae) are described from the continental slope of Campos Basin off Brazil in the south-westernExpand
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In-water and dry-dock hull fouling assessments reveal high risk for regional translocation of nonindigenous species in the southwestern Atlantic
To assess the potential of domestic traffic for the regional spread of nonindigenous species (NIS), we surveyed the hull of an oceanographic vessel serving routes in the southwestern Atlantic andExpand
A new species of Ancorabolidae (Crustacea: Copepoda: Harpacticoida) from the Campos Basin, Brazil, including a phylogenetic review of the taxon Polyascophorus George, 1998, and a key to its species
A new species of the genus Polyascophorus George, 1998 (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Ancorabolidae), collected from the Grussai Canyon (Campos Basin, Brazil, South Atlantic), is described in the presentExpand
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Distributional patterns of deep-sea representatives of Ancorabolidae and Argestidae (Crustacea: Copepoda)
The harpacticoid families Ancorabolidae Sars, 1909 and Argestidae Por, 1986, are both regarded as representatives for deep-sea meiofauna, either being worldwide distributed with predominantExpand