Sarsiellidae of the Western Atlantic and Northern Gulf of Mexico, and Revision of the Sarsiellinae (Ostracoda: Myodocopina)

  title={Sarsiellidae of the Western Atlantic and Northern Gulf of Mexico, and Revision of the Sarsiellinae (Ostracoda: Myodocopina)},
  author={Louis S. Kornicker},
Kornicker, Louis S. Sarsiellidae of the Western Atlantic and Northern Gulf of Mexico, and Revision of the Sarsiellinae (Ostracoda: Myodocopina). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 415,217 pages, 113 figures, 34 plates, 7 tables, 1986.—The subfamily Sarsiellinae is revised by emending 4 genera and proposing a new name for one of them. The distribution of Sarsiellidae on the continental shelves of eastern North America, the northern Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, and Bermuda is… 
Two new Sarsiellinae (Ostracoda: Myodocopa) from Ningaloo Reef (Western Australia), with a cladistic analysis of the subfamily and keys to genera
The results of two cladistic analyses of the Sarsiellinae subfamily resulted in seven equally parsimonious trees and the second in just one, and the majority rule of the first group of Trees and the tree from the second analysis are presented.
Myodocopid Ostracoda of the BenthIdi Expedition, 1977, to the NE Mozambique Channel, Indian Ocean
Komicker, Louis S. Myodocopid Ostracoda of the Benthecli Expedition, 1977, to the NE Mozambique Channel, Indian Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 531, 243 pages, 132 figures, 20
Two new sympatric species of Eusarsiella (Ostracoda: Myodocopida: Sarsiellidae) from the Florida Keys with a morphological phylogeny of Sarsiellinae.
The finding of multiple polyphyletic genera, including the two most speciose genera in the subfamily Sarsiellinae is a strong candidate for taxonomic revision.
Two new sympatric species of Eusarsiella (Ostracoda: Myodocopida: Sarsiellidae) from the Florida Keys with a morphological phylogeny of Sarsiellinae
The Sarsiellinae phylogeny recovered only three monophyletic genera: Anscottiella, Cymbicopia, and Chelicopia, indicating that characters used in taxonomy may often be homoplasious.
Myodocopid Ostracoda from the late Permian of Greece and a basic classification for Paleozoic and Mesozoic Myodocopida
Komicker, Louis S., and I.G. Sohn. Myodocopid Ostracoda from the Late Permian of Greece and a Basic Classification for Paleozoic and Mesozoic Myodocopida. Smithsonian Contribu¬ tions to Paleobiology,
Morphological and genetic species diversity in ostracods (Crustacea: Oligostraca) from Caribbean reefs
Using a morphological (shell shape and ornamentation) and molecular barcoding approach (28S rDNA), this work provides the first report of the biodiversity of ostracods in the mesophotic coral ecosystems of northeastern Caribbean.
Ostracoda (Myodocopa) from Anchialine Caves and Ocean Blue Holes
The discovery of Deeveya inhabiting deeper, hydrologically-isolated waters in ocean blue holes, which are otherwise comparable to classical anchialine environments, has raised questions concerning the geographic limits to the anchialines habitat and its supposed reliance on terrestrial inputs.
The Silurian myodocope ostracode Entomozoe from the Pentland Hills, Scotland: its taxonomic, ecological and phylogenetic significance and the affinity of the bolbozoid myodocopes
A case must be made to the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature to set aside any previous designations and to establish a new type-species for Entomozoe, the earliest known myodocope in the fossil record.
Distribution of Myodocopid Ostracods in Tampa Bay, Florida, and Association with Abiotic Variables
Myodocopid ostracods were identified from > 600 benthic samples collected from Tampa Bay, Florida, during 1995 to 2001, as part of an annual synoptic survey of the benthos. At least 24 taxa were
Eusarsiella bedoyai (Myodocopida, Sarsiellidae), a new ostracode species from a marine lava cave in the Canary Islands
A new species of the ostracode genus Eusarsiella (Myodocopida, Sarsiellidae) is described from a marine lava tube in Lanzarote (Canary Islands) and compared with other species known to occur in the


West African Myodocopid Ostracoda (Sarsiellidae, Rutidermatidae)
Thirteen species in 3 genera in the families Sarsiellidae and Rutidermatidae, collected by the research vessels Thalassa and Cornide de Saavedra in 1971 from the shelf and slope of Spanish Sahara and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, are described and illustrated.
Phylogeny, ontogeny & morphology of living and fossil Thaumatocypridacea (Myodocopa: Ostracoda)
It is hypothesized that during the Jurassic period, representatives of the Thaumatocyprididae lived on the continental shelves of what is now Europe; then, after the Jurassic, the group migrated down the continental slope in response to competitive pressures.
Taxonomic Indexes to Ostracoda (Suborder Myodocopina) in Skogsberg (1920) and Poulsen (1962, 1965)
Taxonomic indexes to Ostracoda (suborder Myodocopina) in Skogsberg (1920) and Poulsen (1962, 1965) and Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 204, 29 pages, 2 tables, 1975 are presented.
Marine Invertebrates.
Hæmatophagus is unique among ciliates in producing melanin as a result of the digestion of hæmoglobin, and the authors find evidence that when the organism is full-grown the pigment is got rid of by casting off that portion of the body prior to the commencement of the resting, multiplicative phase.
Rearing and Postembryonic Development of the Myodocopid Ostracode Skogsbergia Lerneri From Coral Reefs of Belize and the Bahamas
Development time of S. lerneri is similar to that of another cypridinid, Vargula hilgendorfii, partially reared at a similar temperature, but is much shorter than that of 2 other myodocopids belonging to different families and kept at 12°C or less.
Sphaeronellopsis Hebe (Copepoda, Choniostomatidae), a Parasite of the Ostracod, Pseudophilomedes Ferulanus
Them choniostomatiden sind nur 2 Copepoditen bekannt, die in einem Ostracoden, Pseudophilomedes ferulanus Kornicker, 1959, vor der Kuste von North Carolina in 130 m Tiefe gefunden wurden.
Sarsiella (Ostracoda) in Texas Bays and Lagoons
[Trois especes d'Ostracodes appartenant au genre Sarsiella ont ete recueillies vivants dans les baies et les lagunes du sud du Texas. Le genre n'avait pas encore ete signale de la region du Golfe du
Some Environmental Boundaries of a Marine Ostracode
Individuals of the marine ostracode Hemicythere conradi Howe and McGuirt were acclimated in the laboratory at a salinity of 30 parts per thousand and water temperatures of 20-26 degrees C. They were
Myodocopid Ostracoda (Cypridinacea) From Scammon Lagoon, Baja California, Mexico, and Their Ecologic Associations
Die okologischen Assoziationen einer kleinen cypridiniden Fauna der Scammon Lagune in Baja California werden diskutiert und Arten beschrieben, vor allem aus den Genera Asteropella, Rutiderma,
Ecology and Taxonomy of Ostracoda in the Vicinity of Sapelo Island, Georgia
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