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Seasonal Trends of Soft Bottom Crustaceans of Izmir Bay (Aegean Sea)

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[This study deals with the structure of populations of Crustacea in Izmir Bay, Aegean Sea, Turkey. Sampling was performed seasonally at 100 stations in three subsections of Izmir Bay in 1995 and 1996, in order to determine the distribution of benthic crustaceans. A total of 160 species, represented by 3818 individuals, and belonging to 8 taxonomic groups was identified, of which amphipods accounted for almost 58% of the total number of species. Cette étude concerne la structure des populations de crustacés dans la baie d'Izmir, Mer Égée, Turquie. L'échantillonnage a été réalisé de façon saisonnière dans 100 stations dans trois sous-sections de la baie d'Izmir en 1995 et 1996, afin de déterminer la répartition des crustacés benthiques. Un total de 160 espèces, représentées par 3818 individus, et appartenant à 8 groupes taxonomiques a été identifié, les amphipodes représentant presque 58% du nombre total d'espèces., This study deals with the structure of populations of Crustacea in Izmir Bay, Aegean Sea, Turkey. Sampling was performed seasonally at 100 stations in three subsections of Izmir Bay in 1995 and 1996, in order to determine the distribution of benthic crustaceans. A total of 160 species, represented by 3818 individuals, and belonging to 8 taxonomic groups was identified, of which amphipods accounted for almost 58% of the total number of species. Cette étude concerne la structure des populations de crustacés dans la baie d'Izmir, Mer Égée, Turquie. L'échantillonnage a été réalisé de façon saisonnière dans 100 stations dans trois sous-sections de la baie d'Izmir en 1995 et 1996, afin de déterminer la répartition des crustacés benthiques. Un total de 160 espèces, représentées par 3818 individus, et appartenant à 8 groupes taxonomiques a été identifié, les amphipodes représentant presque 58% du nombre total d'espèces.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Hydrobiology, Fisheries Faculty, Ege University, TR-35 100 Bornova-Izmir, Turkey;, Email: alper.dogan@ege.edu.tr; 2: Department of Hydrobiology, Fisheries Faculty, Sinop University, TR-57 000 Sinop, Turkey; 3: Department of Hydrobiology, Fisheries Faculty, Ege University, TR-35 100 Bornova-Izmir, Turkey

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