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Distribution and ecology of deep-water mollusks from the continental slope, southeastern Gulf of California, Mexico
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.
Malacofauna del infralitoral rocoso de Agua Blanca, Santa Elena Cozoaltepec, Oaxaca
* Instituto Nacional de Ecología, Periférico Sur 5000, Col. Insurgentes Cuicuilco, Delegación Coyoacán, 04530, México, D.F. Correo electrónico: ** Universidad del Mar, Ciudad Universitaria, campus
Distribution of Lucinoma heroica (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Lucinidae) in the minimum oxygen zone in the Gulf of California, Mexico
From samples taken during the oceanographic cruises TALUD IV–X in the southern and central Gulf of California, Mexico, 291 specimens of Lucinoma heroica were obtained in a depth interval of 731 to
State of knowledge about the community of mollusks on both sides of the Baja California peninsula , Mexico : A comparative analysis
A bibliographic search, a compilation of collection data and recent sampling of deep-water mollusks (from 200 to 4200 m) in the Gulf of California (Talud IV-IX cruises, 2000-2005) yield a total of
Distribution of pelagic squids Abraliopsis Joubin, 1896 (Enoploteuthidae) and Pterygioteuthis P. Fischer, 1896 (Pyroteuthidae) (Cephalopoda, Decapodiformes, Oegopsida) in the Mexican Pacific
A large series of new records are provided for Abraliopsis affinis, Abaliopsis falco, Pterygioteuthis gemmata, Pwyroteuthis giardi and PerygioteUTHis hoylei from the Gulf of California and off the SW coast of Mexico.
Evaluation of the ballyhoo's Hemiramphus brasiliensis (Piscis: Hemiramphidae) fishery in the Parque Nacional Isla Contoy, Quintana Roo, during the 2004 season
The fishery of the ballyhoo in Isla Contoy does not have a negative effect on the populations of other fish species. The length at first capture coincides with immature or maturing organisms. Bigger