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Crustacea Decapoda associated with Brachidontes pharaonis (P. Fischer, 1870) (Mollusca, Bivalvia) beds from the Levantine coasts of Turkey

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[The spatial distribution of the decapod crustacean fauna associated with Brachidontes pharaonis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) beds from the Levantine coasts of Turkey was studied in September 2005. Triplicate samples were collected by means of a quadrate sampler covering 400 cm2 at nine intertidal stations located between Iskenderun Bay and Antalya Bay. A total of 13 species, represented by 61 individuals was identified. Among these, Pachygrapsus marmoratus was the most dominant species represented with 19 individuals. P. marmoratus and Pilumnus hirtellus were the most frequent decapod species on the mussel beds with 25.9% occurrence. La répartition spatiale de la faune de crustacés décapodes associée aux moulières de Brachidontes pharaonis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) des côtes levantines de Turquie a été étudiée en septembre 2005. Des échantillons en triple ont été collectés au moyen d'un échantillonneur carré couvrant 400 cm2 dans neuf stations intertidales situées entre la baie d'Iskenderun et la baie d'Antalya. Un total de treize espèces, représenté par 61 individus a été identifié. Parmi ceux-ci, Pachygrapsus marmoratus était l'espèce dominante avec 19 individus. P. marmoratus et Pilumnus hirtellus étaient les espèces de décapodes les plus souvent présentes dans les moulières avec une fréquence de 25,9%., The spatial distribution of the decapod crustacean fauna associated with Brachidontes pharaonis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) beds from the Levantine coasts of Turkey was studied in September 2005. Triplicate samples were collected by means of a quadrate sampler covering 400 cm2 at nine intertidal stations located between Iskenderun Bay and Antalya Bay. A total of 13 species, represented by 61 individuals was identified. Among these, Pachygrapsus marmoratus was the most dominant species represented with 19 individuals. P. marmoratus and Pilumnus hirtellus were the most frequent decapod species on the mussel beds with 25.9% occurrence. La répartition spatiale de la faune de crustacés décapodes associée aux moulières de Brachidontes pharaonis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) des côtes levantines de Turquie a été étudiée en septembre 2005. Des échantillons en triple ont été collectés au moyen d'un échantillonneur carré couvrant 400 cm2 dans neuf stations intertidales situées entre la baie d'Iskenderun et la baie d'Antalya. Un total de treize espèces, représenté par 61 individus a été identifié. Parmi ceux-ci, Pachygrapsus marmoratus était l'espèce dominante avec 19 individus. P. marmoratus et Pilumnus hirtellus étaient les espèces de décapodes les plus souvent présentes dans les moulières avec une fréquence de 25,9%.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Hydrobiology, Fisheries Faculty, Ege University, TR-35100 Bornova-Izmir, Turkey; 2: Department of Hydrobiology, Fisheries Faculty, Mustafa Kemal University, TR-31200 Iskenderun, Hatay, Turkey

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2008-12-01
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