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The Problem of Dispersal of Marine Littoral Copepods in the Atlantic Ocean, Including Some Redescriptions of Species1)

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Sept espèces de Copépodes littoraux comprenant un Cyclopoïde et six Harpacticoïdes ont été recueillis par lavage de Sargassum récolté entre les Açores et les Bermudes. Le Cyclopoïde et l'un des Harpacticoïdes sont confinés à la mer des Sargasses, mais les cinq autres sont présents sur les côtes de l'Europe et de l'Afrique du Nord. Parmi ces Harpacticoïdes, quatre espèces se trouvent également aux Bermudes, deux dans les cayes de Floride, et une sur les côtes de la Nouvelle Angleterre. Le Sargassum fait fonction de littoral flottant porté par les courants jusqu'à des côtes éloignées. Ainsi se dispersent les Copépodes suivant leur pouvoir d'adaptation.

Affiliations: 1: University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, U.S.A.


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