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The Vertical Distribution of Pelagic Decapods [Crustacea: Natantia] Collected on the Sond Cruise 1965 I. The Caridea
This study forms a contribution to a series (Angel, 1969; Clarke, 1969; Baker, 1970; Badcock, 1970) describing the biological results of a detailed investigation of the ecology of an oceanic areaExpand
The Vertical Distribution of Pelagic Decapods [Crustacea: Natantia] Collected on the Sond Cruise 1965 II. The Penaeidea and General Discussion
This paper represents the second and final part of a study of the depth distribution and diurnal migration of pelagic decapod crustaceans in an area of the eastern North Atlantic. Part I (Foxton,Expand
Observations on the nocturnal feeding of some mesopelagic decapod crustacea
Anomalies in feeding in relation to temporal changes in the depth distribution of predator and prey is described for 9 species of mesopelagic decapods, and it is concluded that the remains of Pleuromamma probably represent the food of the larger prey such as chaetognaths etc. which are eaten by the decapods. Expand
Further Evidence of the Taxonomic Importance of the Organs of Pesta in the Genus Sergestes (Natantia, Penaeidea)
Die Pesta-Organe, welche spezialisierte lumineszierende Modifikationen der gastrohepatischen Druse darstellen, sind charakteristisch fur Arten des Subgenus Sergestes, das die Organe Bedeutung fur die Art-Systematik besitzen. Expand
Zonal distribution of pelagic decapoda (crustacea) in the eastern North Atlantic and its relation to the physical oceanography
The explanatory power of this Zoogeographic hypothesis was quantified using Procrustes analysis and was found to explain about 50% of the sums-of-squares of the between samples correlation matrix. Expand
The Morphology of the Antennal Flagellum of Certain of the Penaeidea (Decapoda, Natantia)
Un examen histologique preliminaire suggere that les soies des type 1 and 2 ont une structure and une fonction similaires, mais on ne peut conclure sur ce point. Expand
SOND Cruise 1965 Biological sampling methods and procedures
Details are given of the nets used and the sampling procedures adopted to investigate patterns of vertical distribution in an oceanic pelagic fauna. Ancillary gear and laboratory methods areExpand
The Nansen closing method with vertical plankton nets
Several methods have been devised for sampling plankton in the different water layersin the ocean,but for many yearsverticallyhauled nets closedby a method devised by Nansen (1915) have fulfilledExpand