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Marine Littoral Copepods From Jamaica

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En mai et en juin 1964 des collections de Copépodes ont été faites dans la région côtière de la Jamaïque pour identifier les espèces qui vivent parmi et au-dessus des algues. Il est question ici de treize Harpacticoïdes, d'un Cyclopoïde et de trois Calanoïdes. Le Diarthrodes tetrastachyus est décrit comme une nouvelle espèce; le Tisbe bermudensis Willey et le Metamphiascopsis hirsutus bermudae (Willey) sont décrits d'une façon plus détaillée qu'auparavant. Enfin est examinée la diffusion de quelques espèces de Copépodes par rapport à des courants océaniques.

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


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