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Taxonomy and distribution of the marine calanoid copepod family Euchaetidae
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The marine calanoid copepod family Euchaetidae and its two genera, Euchaeta and Paraeuchaeta, are redefined and their geographic ranges defined from specimens found in midwater trawl and plankton net samples collected throughout the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Expand
Geographic distribution of the bathypelagic genus paraeuchaeta (Copepoda, Calanoida)
The geographic distribution of the bathypelagic calanoid genus Paraeuchaeta was investigated by examining midwater trawl and plankton net samples collected mostly from depths exceeding 1000 mExpand
Calanoid copepods of the family Euchaetidae from the Gulf of Mexico and western Caribbean Sea
Park, Taisoo. Calanoid Copepods of the Family Euchaetidae from the Gulf of Mexico and Western Caribbean Sea. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 196, 26 pages, 20 figures, 1975.—The study isExpand
Taxonomy and Distribution of the Calanoid Copepod Family Heterorhabdidae
In this revision of the calanoid copepod family Heterorhabdidae, 7 genera and 59 species are recognized, and 25 species are described as new. Included are keys to the genera and descriptions andExpand
Geographic distribution of the bathypelagic genus paraeuchaeta (Copepoda, Calanoida)
TLDR
The geographic distribution of the bathypelagic calanoid genus Paraeuchaeta was investigated by examining midwater trawl and plankton net samples collected mostly from depths exceeding 1000 m throughout the world's oceans, finding a number of species found to be endemic to highly productive areas, where they were usually very abundant. Expand
Redescription of Euchaeta Californica Esterly and Euchaeta Dubia Esterly (Copepoda, Calanoida)
[Euchaeta californica Esterly und Euchaeta dubia Esterly werden wiederbeschrieben von Esterly's Typen-Material und Material von der Typus Lokalitat. Die in Frage stehenden Tiere werden als WeibchenExpand
Two New Species of Calanoid Copepods from the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada
Two new species, Gaidius columbiae and Tharybis fultoni, from the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada, are described and illustrated in detail. The former can be distinguished from allExpand
Redescription of Gaetanus intermedius Campbell (Calanoida: Copepoda) from the Type Locality
Gaetanus intermedius Campbell 1930, is redescribed from specimens taken in the type locality, the Vancouver Island region in the northeastern Pacific. Gaetanus simplex Brodsky 1950, is found to be aExpand
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