Distribución latitudinal de foraminíferos bentónicos (Protozoa: Foraminiferida) a nivel de subórdenes y familias, en canales y fiordos patagónicos chilenos

@article{Hromic2006DistribucinLD,
  title={Distribuci{\'o}n latitudinal de foramin{\'i}feros bent{\'o}nicos (Protozoa: Foraminiferida) a nivel de sub{\'o}rdenes y familias, en canales y fiordos patag{\'o}nicos chilenos},
  author={Tatiana Hromic},
  journal={Investigaciones Marinas},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={71-81}
}
  • T. Hromic
  • Published 1 May 2006
  • Environmental Science
  • Investigaciones Marinas
The latitudinal distribution of benthic foraminifers is studied at the levels of suborder and family. 106 samples were collected on the continental shelf (50-300 m) between 43oS and 55oS in the area of channels and fjords, eastern South Pacific, during Cimar Fiordos Expeditions 2, 3, 7 and 8. The foraminifers (50,480 specimens) were classi - fied in 5 suborders, 46 families and 228 species. The number of suborders, families, and the families by suborder do not depend on the latitudinal gradient… 
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