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Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, part II
J. Laurens Barnard
by Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 135-137.
|Statement||[by] J. Laurens Barnard.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 139|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 139, QL444.A5 .S54 no. 139|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 148 p.|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||73001022|
() Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part I. Smithsonian Institution Press Barnard JL, Karaman GS. () The families and genera of marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Except Marine Gammaroids) Part by: 4. References: 1: Catalogue of the Marine Gammaridean Amphipoda of the Southern Ocean. JK Lowry, S Bullock. Wellington: Royal Society of New Zealand, Royal Society of New Zealand Bulletin 16; 2: Hydrobiologia (), ; 3: Journal of theFile Size: 2MB.
Gammaridea, Used. You Searched For: Series C. Zoology and Botany. Vol II Part 4 Amphipoda Gammaridea. Nicholls, G.E. Published by David Harold Paisley Government Printer, Sydney () Used This is the second volume of Fauna Sinica dealing with the marine gammaridean Amphipoda. It is a continuity of the first volume. Amphipod crustaceans are dominant in subterranean habitats, and members of eight genera are endemic to groundwater environments in the Japanese Archipelago. The taxonomic status of two of these genera remains unclear, because their original descriptions were incomplete. The descriptions of the enigmatic subterranean monotypic genus Awacaris and its type species, A. kawasawai Uéno, , are Cited by: 1.
Barnard JL, Drummond MM. () Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part V. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 1–; Barnard JL, Karaman GS. () The families and genera of marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Except Marine Gammaroids). Records of Australian Museum. Part I; Barnard KH. () Amphipoda. Discovery Reports 5: 1– Cited by: 4. The Crustaceans of South Australia, Part II: – Adelaide: Harrison Wire. Google Scholar Classificatory revisions in gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea), Part I. McGraw-Hill Book Co.. Google Scholar MENZIES, R. J. () The marine isopod fauna of Bahia de San Quintin, Baja California, Mexico Cited by:
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Barnard JL () Part II. Estuarine Amphipoda, pp 13– In: J.L. Barnard, D.J. Reish (eds) Ecology of Amphipoda and Polychaeta of Newport Bay, California. Allan. The Families and Genera of Marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Except Marine Gammaroids). Records of the Australian Museum, 13(1&2): Gammarideans fill an interesting ecological niche within any ecosystem.
They can display high population densities, as well as high species diversity in a single Size: 7MB. Other published reports on marine and brackish water gammaridean Amphipoda from Pacific Costa Rican waters are those of Stebbing (,), Myers (a, b), and Dexter ().
Gammaridean Amphipoda from depths of – meters. Galathea Reports, 5: 23 – View all references and Valettiopsis ruffoi Serejo and Wakabara, ) and a key to the seven species is. The taxonomy of gammaridean amphipods is poorly known in Chile.
The lack of literature has discouraged investigation of this group, which has been overlooked for years. Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part I.
Smithson. Contr. Zool. 1– Google Scholar. Barnard, J. L., a. Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part I Cited by: Gammaridea is one of the suborders of the order Amphipoda, comprising small, shrimp-like recently, in a traditional classification, it encompassed about 7, (92%) of the 7, species of amphipods described by then, in approximately 1, genera, divided among around families.
That concept of Gammaridea included almost all freshwater amphipods, while most of the Class: Malacostraca. Gammaridean AmPhipoda of the Seto Inland Sea, I that almost all the species commonly found in the Japanese inshore waters are represented in this paper. Material The sources of material here dealt with are summarised as follows (see Fig.
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Zool. Linn. Soc. (4): Revisions in Classification of Gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea), part 3 Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington., (4): BARNARD J.L., KARAMAN G.S.
The Families and Genera of Marine Gammaridean Amphipoda (Except Marine Gammaroids) Records of the Australian Museum., 13(1&2): Invaluable reference work now available as an e-book, covering the British and NE Atlantic Amphipoda.
Important text describing and illustrating all British marine and brackish-water gammaridean species. Superbly illustrated with a full-page figure for each species.
Originally published by the British Museum (Natural History) in Griffiths C.L. The Amphipoda of Southern Africa Part 5. The Gammaridea and Caprellidea of the Cape Province west of Cape Agulhas.
Annals of the South African Museum 67 (5): 91– Jarret N.E. & Bousfield E.L. The amphipod superfamily Phoxocephaloidea on the pacific coast of North America. Family Phoxocephalidae.
Part : Luiz F. Andrade, André R. Senna. Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part V: Superfamily Haustorioidea. iv, p., 58 figs, 4to, wrps; CR € 20 Barnard, J.L., Deep-sea Amphipoda (Crustacea) collected by the R/V “Vema” in the eastern Pacific ocean and the Caribbean and. J.L. Barnard, G.S.
KaramanThe families and genera of marine gammaridean Amphipoda (except marine gammaroids) Part 2 Records of the Australian Museum Supplement, 13 Cited by: 1. GAMMARIDEAN AMPHIPODA FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA- Wim Vader Under the above title Miss Marilyn Clark Imbach published an extensive taxonomic study (NAGA Report _4(1)p), which 12 has never been abstracted in any of the major reference journals and which consequently has been completely overlooked by amphipo- dologists.
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Gammaridean Amphipoda of Australia, Part III. the Phoxocephalidae. Barnard, J. L.; Drummond, M. Date: The families and genera of marine gammaridean Amphipoda (except Marine Gammaroids), Part 1, 2. Records of the Australian Museum, (Suppl.) 13 (): 1 - Barnard J.
Karaman G. The size-structure analysis showed that the size of M. affinisvaried from mm, the size of E. schmidtiranged from mm, and the size of E. eouseous varied from especially large size of E.
schmidtimay explain this species’ relatively large contribution to overall biomass while its abundance was relatively low. Bogoslovskaya () noted that gray whales consume.The present monograph includes general systematic considerations on the family Epimeriidae, a revision of the genus Epimeria Costa in Hope, in the Southern Ocean, and a shorter account on putatively related eusiroid taxa occurring in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic seas.
The former epimeriid genera Actinacanthus Stebbing, and Paramphithoe Bruzelius, are transferred to other families Cited by: 4. Marine gammaridean Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Hong Kong. I. The family Corophiidae, genus Corophium.
In: Morton B. (ed.) The marine flora and fauna of Hong Kong and southern China II. Proceedings of the second international marine biological workshop: the marine flora and fauna of Hong Kong and southern China Hong Kong April Author: Jun-Haeng Heo, Young Hyo Kim.