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Variability of community structure of Copepoda related to El Nino 1982-83 and 1987-88 along the west coast of Baja California Peninsula, Mexico
Copepod community structure and abundance of the most abundant species were studied during 15 cruises made between 1982 and 1989 along the west coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. TheExpand
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Community structure of zooplankton in the main entrance of Bahía Magdalena, México during 1996.
The zooplankton community structure, including copepods, euphausiids, chaetognaths, and decapod larvae, was monitored during six circadian cycles using Bongo net (500 microns mesh net) samples fromExpand
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Mesopelagic fish larval assemblages during El Niño-southern oscillation (1997-2001) in the southern part of the California Current
Mesopelagic species are the principal constituents of larval fish assemblages inhabiting the southerly Cali- fornia Current region. Seasonal larval abundance is influenced by circulation of theExpand
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Influence of phytoplankton diets on the ingestion rate and egg production of Acartia clausi and A. lilljeborgii (Copepoda: Calanoida) from Bahía de La Paz, Gulf of California
Different phytoplankton diets were tested on Acartia clausi and A. lilljeborgii from Bahia de La Paz to determine their effect on survival, egg production, and ingestion rate. Female copepods wereExpand
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Trophic position of twelve dominant pelagic copepods in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean
Abstract In this study, the trophic structure of the pelagic copepod community was analyzed in six geographical zones in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. Zooplankton samples were collected on twoExpand
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Early development and life cycle of Contracaecum multipapillatum s.l. from a brown pelican Pelecanus occidentalis in the Gulf of California, Mexico.
The initial developmental stages of Contracaecum multipapillatum (von Drasche, 1882) Lucker, 1941 sensu lato were studied using eggs obtained from the uteri of female nematodes (geneticallyExpand
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[El Nino probably is the main oceanographic phenomenon in the California region. Yet, little has been investigated about changes in the epipelagic copepod communities related to El Nino conditions,Expand
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Weight-length relationship of Labidocera diandra and Labidocera johnsoni (Calanoida: Pontellidae)
The length weight relationship of the pontellid copepods Labidocera diandra and L. johnsoni was estimated in a coastal lagoon of the southeastern Gulf of California, Mexico. The equation thatExpand