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No Longer The Pristine Confines of the World Ocean: A Survey of Exotic Marine Species in the Southwestern Atlantic
We conducted a comprehensive survey of existing knowledge about exotic marine organisms introduced to the southwestern Atlantic Ocean, including coastal and shelf areas of Uruguay and Argentina. ThisExpand
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Distribution and habitat preferences of two grapsid crab species in Mar Chiquita Lagoon (Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Cyrtograpsus angulatus andChasmagnathus granulata (Grapsidae) are the two dominant decapod crustacean species in the outer parts of Mar Chiquita Lagoon, the southernmost in a series of coastalExpand
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Los crustceos decpodos del Atlntico sudoccidental (25-55S): distribucin y ciclos de vida
Se mencionan 243 especies de crustaceos decapodos en el Atlantico sudoccidental, entre los 25o y los 55°S, pertenecientes a 49 familias. El suborden Dendrobranchiata incluye 6 familias con 23Expand
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Female reproductive cycle of the Southwestern Atlantic estuarine crab Chasmagnathus granulatus (Brachyura: Grapsoidea: Varunidae)*
The female reproductive biology of a Chasmagnathus granulatus population inhabiting the area near the mouth of Mar Chiquita coastal lagoon, Argentina, was studied. An increase in air temperatureExpand
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The crab Neohelice (=Chasmagnathus) granulata: an emergent animal model from emergent countries
  • E. Spivak
  • Biology
  • Helgoland Marine Research
  • 4 April 2010
Neohelice granulata (previously known as Chasmagnathus granulata and C. granulatus) is a burrowing semiterrestrial crab found in the intertidal zone of estuaries, salt marshes and mangroves of theExpand
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Fecundity of two grapsid crab species in the Laguna Mar Chiquita, Argentina
In adult females of two euryhaline grapsid crabs, Cyrtograpsus angulatus and Chasmagnathus granulata, which coexist in a brackish coastal lagoon in Argentina, we studied the quantitativeExpand
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The effects of temperature and salinity on larval development of Armases rubripes Rathbun, 1897 (Brachyura, Grapsoidea, Sesarmidae), and the southern limit of its geographical distribution
Abstract The southernmost stable population of Armases (=Metasesarma) rubripes (Brachyura, Grapsoidea, Sesarmidae) is found in Montevideo, Uruguay, in the northeastern coast of the Rio de la PlataExpand
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Cangrejos estuariales del Atlntico sudoccidental (25-41S) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura)
RESUMEN. Se compara la fauna de decapodos y las caracteristicas ambientales de varios estuarios y lagunas costerasdel Atlantico sudoccidental, ubicados entre los 25 y los 41°S: Baia de Paranagua,Expand
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The influence of habitat, season and tidal regime in the activity of the intertidal crab Neohelice (=Chasmagnathus) granulata
The activity pattern of intertidal crabs is influenced by factors that usually change rhythmically following tidal and/or diel cycles, and is often associated with the use of refuges. The movementExpand
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