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Range extension and establishment of a breeding population of the Asiatic copepod, Pseudodiaptomus marinus Sato, 1913 (Calanoida, Pseudodiaptomidae) in Todos Santos Bay, Baja California, Mexico

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[The Asiatic copepod, Pseudodiaptomus marinus is recorded for the first time in Todos Santos Bay, Baja California. The first specimens were collected near a newly constructed marina in October 1998, and by February 1999 the P. marinus population colonized the harbours in the bay. Sampling continued until October 2002 and ovigerous females were present in the samples, indicating that P. marinus has adapted to the semi-enclosed environmental conditions of the Todos Santos Bay harbours and had established breeding colonies in the area. Se reporta por primera vez la presencia del copépodo asiático Pseudodiaptomus marinus dentro de la Bahía de Todos Santos Baja California. Los primeros especímenes se capturaron cerca de una marina de reciente construcción en Octubre de 1998 y para Febrero de 1999 la población de P. marinus ya había colonizado los puertos de la bahía. Los muestreos se continuaron hasta Octubre de 2002 y se capturaron hembras ovígeras en la mayoría de las muestras indicando que P. marinus se ha adaptado a las condiciones semi-encerradas de los puertos de la Bahía de Todos Santos y ha establecido colonias reproductoras en el área., The Asiatic copepod, Pseudodiaptomus marinus is recorded for the first time in Todos Santos Bay, Baja California. The first specimens were collected near a newly constructed marina in October 1998, and by February 1999 the P. marinus population colonized the harbours in the bay. Sampling continued until October 2002 and ovigerous females were present in the samples, indicating that P. marinus has adapted to the semi-enclosed environmental conditions of the Todos Santos Bay harbours and had established breeding colonies in the area. Se reporta por primera vez la presencia del copépodo asiático Pseudodiaptomus marinus dentro de la Bahía de Todos Santos Baja California. Los primeros especímenes se capturaron cerca de una marina de reciente construcción en Octubre de 1998 y para Febrero de 1999 la población de P. marinus ya había colonizado los puertos de la bahía. Los muestreos se continuaron hasta Octubre de 2002 y se capturaron hembras ovígeras en la mayoría de las muestras indicando que P. marinus se ha adaptado a las condiciones semi-encerradas de los puertos de la Bahía de Todos Santos y ha establecido colonias reproductoras en el área.]

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2006-02-01
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