Biology of the Antarctic Seas VI

@inproceedings{Pawson1976BiologyOT,
  title={Biology of the Antarctic Seas VI},
  author={David Leo Pawson},
  year={1976}
}
Vertical distribution, abundance and community structure of oncaeid copepods in the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific
TLDR
Investigation of the vertical distribution, abundance and community structure of oncaeid copepods in the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific revealed that species composition in epipelagic and upper mesopelagic zones varied temporally due to the changes of hydrographic conditions, whereas those in lower mesopelsagic and bathypelagic zone were relatively stable, reflecting the constancy of deep environments.
Out on a limb: novel morphology and position on appendages of two new genera and three new species of ectoparasitic isopods (Epicaridea: Dajidae) infesting isopod and decapod hosts
TLDR
Two new genera and species whose females exhibit a novel spheroid shape and envelope antennules of hosts: Akrophryxus milvus n.
A new species of the dentipes-subgroup of Triconia and a redescription of T. giesbrechti and T. elongata (Copepoda: Cyclopoida: Oncaeidae) from the tropical Pacific and the Korea Strait
A new species of Triconia in the family Oncaeidae, Triconia pacifica sp. nov., and a new form variant each of Triconia giesbrechti Böttger-Schnack and Triconia elongata Böttger-Schnack are described
The caudinid sea cucumbers of New Zealand (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Molpadida: Caudinidae).
Five species of Caudinidae occur in New Zealandwaters. Two new species are described: Paracaudina alta sp. nov.; Paracaudina reductia sp. nov. Two species reported previously are discussed:
Phylogeny of Oweniidae (Polychaeta) based on morphological data and taxonomic revision of Australian fauna
TLDR
Phylogenetic hypotheses confirmed the monophyly of Oweniidae and suggested sister-group relationships with Magelonidae, although weakly supported and recognised Myrioglobula as a junior synonym of Myriochele based on the presence of acicular chaetae and the shape of the head.
Remarks on some scale worms (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) from the Southwest Atlantic with notes on the genus Eucranta Malmgren, 1866, and description of a new Harmothoe species
TLDR
In a collection of polychaetes from the Southwest Atlantic, off the Argentinian coast, ten scale worm species of the family Polynoidae were found and a new Harmothoe species was discovered and is described in detail.
The paracaudinid sea cucumbers of Australia and New Zealand (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea: Molpadida: Caudinidae)
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The four Paracaudina Heding species reported in Australia are reviewed and five new Caudinidae species are erected for Australia, with authors O’Loughlin and Barmos.
The similis-Subgroup within Triconia (Copepoda: Cyclopoida: Oncaeidae) from Korean Waters (East China Sea), Including a New Species
TLDR
Two small oncaeid copepods were collected in June 2009 using a conical net of a fine mesh size from off the southern coast of Cheju I., Korea (Northwest Pacific) which is affected by the Tsushima Warm Current, and one species is newly recorded from Korean waters, and the other is new to science.
A new species of Laonice (Spionidae, Polychaeta, Annelida) from Bellingshausen Sea (West Antarctica)
  • E. López
  • Biology
    Helgoland Marine Research
  • 2011
During the Antarctic summers of 2002–2003 and of 2005–2006, the Spanish BENTART cruises were conducted to the Bellingshausen Sea (Western Antarctica), aiming to study its benthic communities, from
Sphaerodoridae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the Bellingshausen Sea (Antarctica) with the description of two new species
TLDR
The examination of polychaete collections obtained during the Spanish Bentart 2006 expedition to the Bellingshausen Sea (Antarctica) revealed the presence of several sphaerodorid species including two new species belonging to Sphaerodorum and Sphaerephesia, respectively.
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