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A review of the biology and fisheries of the genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Decapoda, Caridea, Pandalidae) in European waters

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[The genus Plesionika has a widespread occurrence all over the world and consists mainly of deep-water shrimps. The species of this genus are nektobenthic, feeding on pelagic and benthic resources. Many studies have been made on the Plesionika species of the Mediterranean and European Atlantic region, mainly concerning their biogeography and ecology, but less their biology. In this region, there are eight species of the genus: Plesionika antigai, P. gigliolii, P. heterocarpus, P. martia, P. narval, P. acanthonotus, P. edwardsii, and P. ensis, all of small or no economic importance. El genero Plesionika se distribuye por todo el mundo y principalmente estás especies de gambas viven en fondos batiales. Las especies de este género son nectobentónicas y principalmente se alimentan de recursos pelágicos y bentónicos. Se han realizado diversos estudios sobre la biogeografía y ecología de las especies de Plesionika que se distribuyen en el Mediterráneo y en las regiones europeas del océano Atlántico, aunque en general su biología es poco conocida. En estas regiones se distribuyen 8 especies de este género: Plesionika antigai, P. gigliolii, P. heterocarpus, P. martia, P. narval, P. acanthonotus, P. edwardsii, and P. ensis, todas ellas de escasa, o nula, importancia económica., The genus Plesionika has a widespread occurrence all over the world and consists mainly of deep-water shrimps. The species of this genus are nektobenthic, feeding on pelagic and benthic resources. Many studies have been made on the Plesionika species of the Mediterranean and European Atlantic region, mainly concerning their biogeography and ecology, but less their biology. In this region, there are eight species of the genus: Plesionika antigai, P. gigliolii, P. heterocarpus, P. martia, P. narval, P. acanthonotus, P. edwardsii, and P. ensis, all of small or no economic importance. El genero Plesionika se distribuye por todo el mundo y principalmente estás especies de gambas viven en fondos batiales. Las especies de este género son nectobentónicas y principalmente se alimentan de recursos pelágicos y bentónicos. Se han realizado diversos estudios sobre la biogeografía y ecología de las especies de Plesionika que se distribuyen en el Mediterráneo y en las regiones europeas del océano Atlántico, aunque en general su biología es poco conocida. En estas regiones se distribuyen 8 especies de este género: Plesionika antigai, P. gigliolii, P. heterocarpus, P. martia, P. narval, P. acanthonotus, P. edwardsii, and P. ensis, todas ellas de escasa, o nula, importancia económica.]

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2005-03-01
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