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The Gulf of California: Review of ecosystem status and sustainability challenges
The Gulf of California is unique because of its geographical location and conformation. It hosts diverse ecosystems and important fisheries that support industry and provide livelihood to coastalExpand
Occurrence of a continental slope decapod crustacean community along the edge of the minimum oxygen zone in the south eastern Gulf of California, Mexico
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The oxygen minimum zone at bottom level represents a dispersal barrier for continental shelf species, including species known to have a wide bathymetric distribution and factors other than oxygen content, affect the occurrence of species in the area. Expand
Checklist of Anomuran crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda) from the Eastern tropical Pacific)
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A total of 207 species, belonging to 56 genera, are included in the check­ list, the first ever made available for the entire tropical zoogeographic subregion of the west coast of America. Expand
Distribution and abundance of meiofauna in a Subtropical Coastal Lagoon in the south-eastern Gulf of California, Mexico
Abstract The composition and density of meiofauna in Ensenada del Pabellon Lagoon (south-eastern Gulf of California) was evaluated in terms of carbon and nitrogen content, and granulometry. MeiofaunaExpand
Distribution and ecology of deep-water mollusks from the continental slope, southeastern Gulf of California, Mexico
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Analysis of samples of deep-water mollusks collected with a bottom dredge in the SE Gulf of California during four cruises in 2000–2001 shows that pelecypods occur in near anoxic values while scaphopod occur in intermediate oxygen concentrations. Expand
Geographic and bathymetric distribution of species of Munidopsis (Crustacea: Decapoda: Galathaeidae) in the SE Gulf of California, Mexico
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The most abundant species collected during this survey is M. depressa, which was also the most frequently collected species, and Munidopsis quadrata is the only species collected throughout the entire sampling region. Expand
Habitats and biodiversity of decapod crustaceans in the SE Gulf of California, Mexico.
  • M. Hendrickx
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Revista de biologia tropical
  • 1 August 1996
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Biodiversity observed on Southern Sinaloa is so far the highest on record for marine and brackish-water habitants for a given section of this tropical zoogeographic region. Expand
The genus Munida Leach (Crustacea, Decapoda, Galatheidae) in the eastern tropical Pacific, with description of two new species
In the eastern tropical Pacific, the genus Munida is made of I 0 previously known and 2 undescribed species, M. bapensis sp. nov. and M. williamsi sp. nov. , di stributed from Californ ia to Peru andExpand
A NEW DEEP WATER SPECIES OF ODONTOZONA HOLTHUIS (DECAPODA, STENOPODIDAE) FROM THE SOUTHERN GULF OF CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
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Odontozona foresti, a new deep water species of Stenopodidae is described from the southern Gulf of California, Mexico, and is distinguished from other species of Odontozona by the lack of dorsal spines on the telson, the presence of long, anteriorly directed horizontal sp spine on the posterior margin of both cervical and postcervical grooves. Expand
The temperate species of the genus Munida Leach (Crustacea, Decapoda, Galatheidae) in the east Pacific, with the description of a new species and additional records for tropical-subtropical species
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All five species of Munida currently known for the East Pacific are redescribed using the type material of M. curvipes, M. montemaris andM quadrispina and specimens are obtained from their distribution ranges or from mu­ seum collections. Expand
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