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Northern Range Extension for the Deep-Sea Shrimps Acanthephyra Eximia, a. Acutifrons and Ephyrina Figueirai (Decapoda, Oplophoridae)

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Des extensions de distribution vers le nord, dans les eaux atlantiques canadiennes, sont signalée pour trois espèces de crevettes oplophorides: Acanthephyra eximia, A. acutifrons et Ephyrina figueirai ont éfé trouvées dans les eaux du talus continental, entre 683 et 2432 m. A l'exception d'un spécimen d'E. figueirai du détroit de Davis, le transport des autres spécimens a pu être effectué par le Gulf Stream à partir de zones méridionales. Que ces espèces soient des égarés expatriés au Canada est incertain, en raison de l'insuffisance de l'échatillonnage au-dessous de 1000 mètres.

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1992-01-01
2015-04-18

Affiliations: 1: Huntsman Marine Science Centre, Atlantic Reference Centre, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, EOG 2XO, Canada

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