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Deep-Sea Tanaidacea (Peracarida) from the Gulf of Mexico
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This volume provides a review of tanaidacean morphology, anatomy, physiology, ecology, development, reproduction, behaviour, and of other aspects of their biology. Expand
Morphological and molecular investigation of polymorphism and cryptic species in tanaid crustaceans: implications for tanaid systematics and biodiversity estimates
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The identification of three undescribed cryptic species from a single microhabitat in a well studied, shallow water and easily accessible locality, demonstrate that the biodiversity of tanaid crustacean is significantly underestimated. Expand
Tanaidacean phylogeny, the first step: the superfamily Paratanaidoidea
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The phylogeny of the superfamily Paratanaidoidea is addressed using computer-assisted parsimony methods and many tanaidacean names have been corrected to make them agree with the presumed Latin stem ‘tanaid-’. Expand
PROPOSED NEW STANDARDIZED ANATOMICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR THE TANAIDACEA (PERACARIDA)
Abstract A summary of terminologies and nomenclature currently or previously employed to describe tanaidacean appendages and somites are presented together with a proposed new standardizedExpand
Patterns of abundance and assemblage structure of epifauna inhabiting two morphologically different kelp holdfasts
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The mobile fauna associated with two sympatric kelp species with different holdfast morphology was compared to test for differences in the assemblage structure of holdfast-associated mobile epifauna, finding that epifaunal assemblages responded differentially to the habitat attributes provided by each type of kelp holdfast. Expand
Tanaidacean Phylogeny - the Second Step: the Basal Paratanaoidean Families (Crustacea: Malacostraca)
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This study should be regarded as a platform for more comprehensive analyses and systematic conclusions for the Tanaidacea and suggests a re- vised method - the 'Restricted taxa analysis' - for resolving diffi cult datasets of the 'many-taxa-few-characters' type. Expand
Migration and rearing histories of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) determined by ion microprobe Sr isotope and Sr/Ca transects of otoliths
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Otoliths from stream-type chinook from central Idaho had prehatch 87Sr/86Sr ratios ≥0.711, indicating that a maternal marine Sr isotopic signature is not preserved after the ~1000- to 1400-km migration from the Pacific Ocean. Expand
Spatio-temporal variability in movement, age, and growth of mountain whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) in a river network based upon PIT tagging and otolith chemistry
Connectivity of river networks and the movements among habitats can be critical for the life history of many fish species, and understanding of the patterns of movement is central to managingExpand
The embryonic development of the olfactory system in Amphiprion melanopus (Perciformes: Pomacentridae) related to the host imprinting hypothesis
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These findings may firstly support the anemonefish host imprinting hypothesis, and secondly indicate that the ontogenetic timing of this imprinting mechanism occurs towards the end of the embryonic development. Expand
THE TANAIDACEAN FAUNA (PERACARIDA) FROM A DEEP-SEA COLD-SEEP IN THE GULF OF MEXICO
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The tanaidacean fauna of this cold seep was composed of several evolutionary lines of both shallow-water and deep-water origin, and Mouthpart dissimilarity suggests that several different feeding strategies are employed. Expand
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