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THE BATHYAL AMPHIPODA OFF THE LEVANTINE COAST, EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN

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A total of 673 amphipod specimens, identified to 22 species, have been collected during five cruises off the Mediterranean coast of Israel, at depths between 734 and 1558 m. Seventeen species constitute new records for the Levantine Basin, four are newly recorded from the Israeli coast. Four species are endemic to the Mediterranean. A possible explanation for the Levantine low-diversity bathyal amphipod fauna is offered.

Les 673 exemplaires des Amphipodes récoltés au cours de cinq campagnes effectuées dans la côte méditerranéenne d'Israel, entre 734 m et 1558 m, sont identifiée au 22 espèces. Dix-sept d'entre elles sont signalées pour la première fois dans le bassin Levantine, 4 espèces sont signalées pour la première fois dans la côte d'Israel. Quatre espèces sont endémiques de Méditerranée. Une explication de la diversité inférieur de faune profonde des Amphipodes dans le bassin Levantine a été tentée.

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2002-08-01
2016-09-28

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