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Danielopolina (Ostracoda, Thaumatocyprididae) on Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, a sea mount island

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The genus Danielopolina is reported from an isolated seamount, Christmas Island, Indian Ocean, where it is known, for the first time, in sympatry with a Procaridid Type of anchialine community. We explain the significance of the juxtaposition in this geographical and geological context and explore the role of active and passive dispersal in the colonization of remote seamount islands. Le genre Danielopolina est signalé sur un mont sous-marin isolé (seamount), l'île Christmas dans l'océan Indien, ou il est signalé pour la première fois en sympatrie avec une communauté anchialine de type Procaridide. La signification de cette juxtaposition dans un tel contexte géographique et géologique est expliquée et le rôle des dispersions actives et passives dans la colonisation des îsles océaniques isolées est exploré.


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