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Bathymetric distribution of decapod crustaceans on the continental shelf along the Aegean coasts of Turkey

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The bathymetric distribution of decapod crustaceans on the continental shelf is analysed, based on data obtained during benthic sampling surveys carried out along the Turkish coasts of the Aegean Sea in July, August, and September 2000. A total of 97 species of Decapoda has been identified from a total of 113 hauls that have been studied. La répartition bathymétrique des crustacés décapodes du talus continental est analysée, à partir des données obtenues au cours des campagnes d'échantillonnages benthiques réalisés le long des côtes de Turquie en mer Egée, en juillet, août et septembre 2000. Quatre vingt dix sept espèces de décapodes au total, ont été identifiés dans les 113 prises étudiées.


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