Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIX by Louis S. Kornicker

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Erebi, breeds under the ice SPECIES B, C, and D, left lateral, ventral, and segment' E and F, mandible. Scale is is evidently able to establish itself in the warmer, less saline deep current, flowing westward around the Antarctic andis carriednorthward into theRossSeaby the movement of RossSeashelf waters. Yet •. similis is also a "typical inhabitant" of Warm Deep Water [Vervoort, 1965]. Having been carried northward into Circumpolar Deep Water, it GROUP continent. Euchaeta erebi(Farran,1929 Figs.

1-13, Hist. , 80 pls. Yokendo, Tokyo. Owre, H. , and M. Foyo 1967 Copepods of the Florida Current. I___n Fauna Part Caribaea, 1. Institute sity Park, 1968 1982 Vol. 1, Crustacea. , of Marine Science, of Miami, Miami, 900 figs. , 66(3)'527- L. AGU, genus Scoleand S. Subant- Kornicker seas Antarctic and I__nL. So Kornicker waters. ), seas XI, 34'75-127. AGU, 1983a Calanoid copepods of some scolecithricid genera from Antarctic and Subantarctic waters. ), Biology In L. 1983b Calanoid nidae waters. , C.

Antarctica Wolfenden, 1908, tycodesma Park, brecht, Giesbrecht, E. erebi 1978, 1902, (Farran, •. similis 1929), and E. austrina E. Gies- 1902. maxilla bears lists and •. SPECIES as Female Characteristics In the antarctica group the females share the following characteristics, in the combination of which they differ from other species of Euchaeta. well as •. elongata Esterly and •. japonica Marukawa from the North Pacific. The disparity of the "intermediate" species may be the result of attempting to combine female mouthparts with the male reproductive Park [1978] has described the general anatomy of the calanoid female genital segment.

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