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Clinal Variation in the Frequency of One- and Two-Spined Forms of Thysanoessa Inermis (KrØYer, 1849) (Euphausiacea) in the North Pacific

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Man untersuchte Individuen der 1- und 2-dornigen Form von Thysanoessa inermis (Krøyer) aus der Japan See und dem Golf von Alaska. Im Japanischen Meer gehören 18,3% der Weibchen und 11,4% der Männchen der 2-dornigen Form an; in einer einzigen Untersuchungsstation im Golf von Alaska, 72,6% der Weibchen und 78,3% der Männchen. Dieses Ergebnis lässt vermuten, dass es quer über den Pazifik einen kontinuierlichen Trend der quantitativen Relationen der zwei Formen gibt.

Affiliations: 1: ) Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, ) Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo; 2: ) Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo; 3: ) Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California


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