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Decapod crustaceans of the coast along the Historical National Park of the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey

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During recent faunistic samplings, a total of 57 species of decapod crustaceans was collected in the coastal waters of the Historical National Park located on the Gallipoli Peninsula (including the northeastern Aegean Sea and Dardanelles). The samples were taken at depths ranging between 10 and 28 m at 10 different stations chosen along the coasts of the peninsula in July, 2005. A total of 1425 individuals belonging to 57 species was identified. The dominance of the species varies in each ecological zone; the caridean, Philocheras trispinosus (Hailstone, 1835) was commonest, with a dominance value of 13.79%. Au cours d'échantillonnages faunistiques récents, des crustacés décapodes ont été récoltés dans les eaux côtières du Parc National Historique sur la péninsule de Gallipoli (incluant la mer Égée nord-orientale et les Dardanelles). Les échantillons ont été prélevés à des profondeurs allant de 10 à 28 m, à 10 stations différentes choisies le long des côtes de la péninsule en juillet 2005. Un total de 1425 individus appartenant à 57 espèces a été identifié. L'espèce dominante différait suivant la zone écologique. La crevette Caridé, Philocheras trispinosus (Hailstone, 1835) était l'espèce la plus commune au total, avec une valeur de dominance de 13,79%.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Marine Biology, Fisheries Faculty, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, TR-17100 Çanakkale, Turkey


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