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Annual crustacean zooplankton succession (Copepoda and Cladocera) in the upper layer of Ahirkapi coastal waters (northeastern Sea of Marmara)

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The monthly abundance of crustacean zooplankton in Ahırkapı coastal waters (northeastern Sea of Marmara) was studied from July 2005 to July 2006. Copepods and cladocerans showed clear seasonal patterns. The crustacean zooplankton community was dominated by coastal and temperate water species, in particular by the calanoid copepods Acartia clausi, Paracalanus parvus, and Centropages ponticus, and the cladoceran, Penilia avirostris. L'abondance mensuelle des Crustacés zooplanctoniques des eaux côtières d'Ahırkapı (nord-est de la mer de Marmara) a été étudiée de juillet 2005 à juillet 2006. Les Copépodes et les Cladocères ont montré des modèles saisonniers évidents. La communauté crustacéenne du zooplancton était dominée par les espèces d'eaux côtières et tempérées, particulièrement par les Copépodes Calanoïdes Acartia clausi, Paracalanus parvus et Centropages ponticus et par le Cladocère Penilia avirostris.

Affiliations: 1: Fisheries Faculty, Istanbul University, Laleli, TR-34470 Istanbul, Turkey


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