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Some benthic soft-bottom crustaceans along the Anatolian coast of the Black Sea

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[This study is based on the results of a benthos survey of soft bottoms along the Black Sea coasts of Turkey in May-July 1999. Benthos sampling was conducted at depths of 13-79 m at 30 stations. A total of 30 macrobenthic species of Crustacea was identified. The most common species in there soft bottoms are, by numbers of individuals, Pseudocuma longicornis (Bate, 1858), Iphinoe elisae (Băacescu, 1950), Iphinoe tenella G. O. Sars, 1878, Ampelisca diadema (A. Costa, 1853), Bathyporeia guilliamsoniana (Bate, 1857), and Perioculodes longimanus longimanus (Bate & Westwood, 1868). Megamphopus cornutus Norman, 1869, Ampelisca pseudosarsi Bellan-Santini & Kaim-Malka, 1977, Megaluropus massiliensis Ledoyer, 1976, and Monoculodes griseus Della Valle, 1893 represent new records for the Crustacea fauna of the Turkish Black Sea coast. Cette étude est fondée sur les résultats d'un suivi du benthos des fonds meubles le long des côtes de la Mer Noire de Turquie en mai-juin 1999. L'échantillonnage du benthos a été réalisé à des profondeurs de 13-79 m sur 30 stations. Un total de 30 espèces macrobenthiques a été identifié. Les espèces les plus communes de ces fonds meubles sont, en nombre d'individus, Pseudocuma longicornis (Bate, 1858), Iphinoe elisae (Bàacescu, 1950), Iphinoe tenella G. O. Sars, 1878, Ampelisca diadema (A. Costa, 1853), Bathyporeia guilliamsoniana (Bate, 1857) et Perioculodes longimanus longimanus (Bate & Westwood, 1868).

Megamphopus cornutus Norman, 1869, Ampelisca pseudosarsi Bellan-Santini & Kaim-Malka, 1977, Megaluropus massiliensis Ledoyer, 1976 et Monoculodes griseus Della Valle, 1893 représentent de nouveaux signalements pour la faune des crustacés de la côte turque de la Mer Noire.
, This study is based on the results of a benthos survey of soft bottoms along the Black Sea coasts of Turkey in May-July 1999. Benthos sampling was conducted at depths of 13-79 m at 30 stations. A total of 30 macrobenthic species of Crustacea was identified. The most common species in there soft bottoms are, by numbers of individuals, Pseudocuma longicornis (Bate, 1858), Iphinoe elisae (Băacescu, 1950), Iphinoe tenella G. O. Sars, 1878, Ampelisca diadema (A. Costa, 1853), Bathyporeia guilliamsoniana (Bate, 1857), and Perioculodes longimanus longimanus (Bate & Westwood, 1868). Megamphopus cornutus Norman, 1869, Ampelisca pseudosarsi Bellan-Santini & Kaim-Malka, 1977, Megaluropus massiliensis Ledoyer, 1976, and Monoculodes griseus Della Valle, 1893 represent new records for the Crustacea fauna of the Turkish Black Sea coast. Cette étude est fondée sur les résultats d'un suivi du benthos des fonds meubles le long des côtes de la Mer Noire de Turquie en mai-juin 1999. L'échantillonnage du benthos a été réalisé à des profondeurs de 13-79 m sur 30 stations. Un total de 30 espèces macrobenthiques a été identifié. Les espèces les plus communes de ces fonds meubles sont, en nombre d'individus, Pseudocuma longicornis (Bate, 1858), Iphinoe elisae (Bàacescu, 1950), Iphinoe tenella G. O. Sars, 1878, Ampelisca diadema (A. Costa, 1853), Bathyporeia guilliamsoniana (Bate, 1857) et Perioculodes longimanus longimanus (Bate & Westwood, 1868).

Megamphopus cornutus Norman, 1869, Ampelisca pseudosarsi Bellan-Santini & Kaim-Malka, 1977, Megaluropus massiliensis Ledoyer, 1976 et Monoculodes griseus Della Valle, 1893 représentent de nouveaux signalements pour la faune des crustacés de la côte turque de la Mer Noire.
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