Ecology and classification of Bahamian Cytherellidae (Ostracoda)

@article{Kornicker1963EcologyAC,
  title={Ecology and classification of Bahamian Cytherellidae (Ostracoda)},
  author={Louis S. Kornicker},
  journal={Micropaleontology},
  year={1963},
  volume={9},
  pages={61}
}
Four species {three new) of Ostracoda belonging to the family Cytherellidae, collected in the vicinity of Bimini, Bahamas, are described. The influence of water depth, salinity, substrate, and temperature on the distribution of cytherellids is discussed. It is tentatively concluded that cytherellids are restricted to water having salinities above 25 parts per thousand and depths less than 2000 meters. Ecology and classification of Bahamian Cytherellidae (Ostracoda) LOUIS S. KORNICKER… 

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