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Unresolved cases of type fixation, synonymy and homonymy in harpacticoid copepod nomenclature (Crustacea: Copepoda)
Type fixation for each of the 601 valid genera (17 placed incertae sedis) and 13 genera of doubtful identity (genera inquirenda) in the Harpacticoida (Crustacea, Copepoda) has been verified.Expand
Extraordinary host switching in siphonostomatoid copepods and the demise of the Monstrilloida: integrating molecular data, ontogeny and antennulary morphology.
Copepods exhibit an astounding variety of lifestyles, host associations and morphology, to the extent that their crustacean affinities may be obscured. Relationships among the ten copepod ordersExpand
Abstract The Splanchnotrophidae is a small family of bizarre poecilostomatoid copepods which utilize marine opisthobranch gastropods, including nudibranchs and pteropods, as hosts. Species haveExpand
Sexual dimorphism in calanoid copepods: morphology and function
Mate location and recognition are essentially asymmetrical processes in the reproductive biology of calanoid copepods with the active partner (the male) locating and catching the largely passiveExpand
Crustaceans from bitumen clast in Carboniferous glacial diamictite extend fossil record of copepods.
Copepod crustaceans are extremely abundant but, because of their small size and fragility, they fossilize poorly. Their fossil record consists of one Cretaceous (c. 115 Ma) parasite and a few MioceneExpand
Superornatiremidae fam. nov. (Copepoda: Harpacticoida): An enigmatic family from North Atlantic anchihaline caves
SUMM ARY: A new family Superornatiremidae is described from 7 in land marine caves of Bermuda and from Jameos de! Ag ua Cave. a sea water-fl ooded Holocene lava tube on Lanzarote in the CanaryExpand
The ontogeny and phylogeny of copepod antennules
Comparative analysis of the development of antennulary segmentation and setation patterns across six orders of copepods revealed numerous common features. These features are combined to produce aExpand
Discovery of hydrothermal vent Tantulocarida on a new genus of Argestidae (Copepoda: Harpacticoida)
Une etude preliminaire des Harpacticoides des sources hydrothermales de la faille des Galapagos a conduit a la decouverte d'un nouveau genre et d'une nouvelle espece de Tantulocaride. Rimitantulua.Expand
Diversity, ecology and evolution of groundwater copepods
Summary 1. With few exceptions, copepods dominate over other crustacean and non-crustacean invertebrate groups in ground water. They have colonised a vast array of habitats in continental groundExpand