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87:6511 On the taxonomic status of two bathypelagic species of shrimps (Crustacea, Decapoda, Pasiphaeidae) [Pasiphaea, Eupasiphae]

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Page 1: 87:6511 On the taxonomic status of two bathypelagic species of shrimps (Crustacea, Decapoda, Pasiphaeidae) [Pasiphaea, Eupasiphae]

~)LR (1987) 34 (I 1) E. Biological Oceanography 991

87:6500 Mat~, Purificaci6n, Silvia Revenga and Carlos

Mass6, 1986, I A preliminary study of the chem- ical composition of red coral (Cortdlium rubrnm L.) from 25--60 m depth in the western Medi- terranean Sea.] Boln Inst. esp. Oceanogr., 3(4): 53-60. (In Spanish, English abstract.) Inst. Espanol de Oceanogr., Dept. de Biol. Mar., Lab. centrales, Alcala, 27, No. 4, Madrid 28014, Spain.

87:6501 McClintock, J.B., 1987. Investigation of the rela-

tionship between invertebrate predation and biochemical composition, energy content, spicule armament and toxicity of benthic sponges at McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Mar. Biol., 94(3): 479-487. Inst. of Mar. Sci., Univ. of Calif., Santa Cruz, CA 95064, USA.

87:6502 Romanek, C.S., D.S. Jones, D.F. Williams, D.E.

Krantz and R. Radtke, 1987. Stable isotopic investigation of physiological and environmental changes recorded in shell carbonate from the giant e l m Tridacna maxima. Mar. Biol., 94(3): 385-393.

Stable isotopic analyses of oxygen (~80/~60) and carbon (L3C/~2C) in shell carbonate were combined with growth increment studies to interpret the shell record of specimens collected from the Rose Atoll. A growth curve developed from the 8~80 profile indicates rapid juvenile shell growth followed by slower growth thereafter producing a lifespan of several decades. Carbon isotopic analyses of T. maxima were compared to analyses of the symbi- out-barren gastropod Terebra areolata collected from the same locality in April 1984. A 2 ppt depletion in the ~3C composition of T. maxima-shell carbonate is attributed to a symbiont-enhanced metabolic rate and an increased flow of isotopically light, respired CO 2 into the carbon pool used in calcification. Dept. of Geol., Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX 77843, USA.

87:6503 Sysoev, A.V. and Yu.I. Kantor, 1986. New and rare

abyssal species of the family Turridae (Gas- tropoda, Toxoglossa) in the northern Pacific Ocean. Zooiogicheskii Zh., 65(10): 1457-1469. (In Russian, English abstract.) Inst. of Animal Evolutionary Morphol. and Ecol., Acad. of Sci., Moscow, USSR.

87:6504 Tchesunov, A.V., 1986. A new free-living nematode

connected with Arctic sea ice. Zoologicheskii Zh., 65(12): 1782-1787. (In Russian, English abstract.) Biol. Faculty, State Univ. of Moscow, USSR.

E230. Crustacea

87:6505 Anger, K. and K.-D. Spindler, 1987. Energeti¢~

moult cycle and ecdysteroid titers in spider crab (Hyas araneus) larvae starved after the D O threshold. Mar. Biol., 94(3):36%375. Biol. Anstalt Helgoland, Meeresstation, D-2192 Hel- goland, FRG.

87:6506 Auster, P.J. and L.R. Crockett, 1984. Foraging tactics

of several crustacean species for infaunai prey. J. Shellfish Res., 4(2):139-143. Mar. Sci. Inst., Univ. of Connecticut, Groton, CT 06340, USA.

87:6507 Ayukai, Tenshi, 1987. Predation by Acartia clausi

(Copepoda: Calanoida) on two species of tintin- nids. Mar. microb. Food Webs, 2(1):45-52. Fac- ulty of Agric., Tohoku Univ., Sendai, Miyagi, 980, Japan.

87:6508 Borowsky, Betty, 1987. The effects of embryos of

different developmental stages on reproductive behavior and physiology in brooding females of the amplfipod crustacean Gammarns palustds. Biol. Bull. mar. biol. Lab., Woods Hole, 172(2): 155-160. Osborn Lab. of Mar. Sci., Boardwalk at W. 8th St., Brooklyn, NY 11224, USA.

87:6509 Boxshall, G.A. and R. BOttger, 1987. Two new

species of Oneaea (Copepoda: Pnecflostomatoida) from the Red Sea and a redescription of O. at/antica Shmeleva. J. Plankt. Res., 9(3):553-564. Dept. of Zool., British Mus. of Nat. History, Cromwell Rd., London SW7 5BD, UK.

87:6510 Brossi-Garcia, A.L., 1987. Juvenile development of

Clibanarim sciopetarius (Herbst, 1796) (Crns- tacea: Paguridea: Diogenidae) in the laboratory. J. crustacean Biol., 7(2):338-357. Dept. de Zool., Inst. de Biociencias, UNESP, Rio Claro, S[to Paulo, C.P. 178, Brasil.

87:6511 Burukovsky, R.N., 1987. On the taxonomic status of

two bathypelagic species of shrimps (Cm~cea,

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Decapoda, Pasiphaeidae) [Pasiphaea, Eupusi- phae]. Zoologicheskii Zh., 66(1):37-41. (In Rus- sian, English abstract.) Atlantic Res. Inst. of Fish and Oceanogr., Kaliningrad, USSR.

87:6512 Carr, W.E.S., B.W. Ache and R.A. Gleeson, 1987.

Chemoreceptors of crustaceans. Similarities to receptors for neuroactive substances in internal tissues. Environ. Hlth Perspect., 71:31-46. C.V. Whitney Lab., Univ. of Florida, Route i, St. Augustine, FL 32086, USA.

87:6513 Chan, T.-Y. and H.-P. Yu, 1987. Metanephrops

formosanus sp.nov., a new species of lobster (Decapoda, Nephropidae) from Talwan. Crusta- ceana, 52(2):172-186. Dept. of Aquaculture, Natl. Taiwan Coll. of Mar. Sci. and Tech., Keelung, 200, Taiwan.

87:6514 Dahms, H.-U., 1987. First record of Paramphiuscella

Iulvofasciata Rosenfieid and Coull, 1974 (Copep- oda, Harpacticoida) from the German Bight. Crustaceana, 52(2):218-219. Fachbereich 7 / Arbeitsgruppe Zoomorphol. der Univ., Olden- burg, FRG.

87:6515 Davidson, R.J. and I.D. Marsden, 1987. Size

relationships and relative growth of the New Zealand swimming crab Ovalipes catharus (White, 1843). J. crustacean Biol., 7(2):308-317. Zool. Dept., Univ. of Canterbury, Private Bay, Christchurch 1, New Zealand.

87:6516 DeWitt, T.H., 1987. Microhabitat selection and

colonization rates of a benthic amphipod [Micro- deutopus gryllotalpa]. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser., 36(3):237-250.

Three habitat variables were studied: food availa- bility, sediment thickness, and topographic relief. Higher food concentration, deeper sediment, and greater topographic relief were generally favored. Adult males and females made similar habitat choices; juveniles were less discriminating. High rates of nocturnal mobility, and colonization, and rapid discrimination of microhabitats observed suggest that contemporary models of benthic com- munity structure need to incorporate these migratory and colonization behaviors as alternatives to mor- tality as responses to disturbance, competitors, or predators. EPA, Environ. Res. Lab., Hatfield Mar. Sci. Center, Newport, OR 97365, USA.

87:6517 Halcrow, K. and E.L. Bousfield, 1987. Scanning

electron microscopy of surface microstructures of some gammaridean amphipod crustaceans. J. crustacean Biol., 7(2):274-287. Biol. Dept., Univ. of New Brunswick, P.O. Box 5050, St. John, NB E2L 4L5, Canada.

87:6518 Harrington, S.A. and P.G. Thomas, 1987. Obser-

vations on spawning by Euphausia crystalloro- phias from waters adjacent to Enderby Land (East Antarctica) and speculations on the early onto- genetic ecology of neritic euphausiids. Polar Biol., 7(2):93-95. School of Environ. and Life Sci., Murdoch Univ., Murdoch, WA 6150, Australia.

87:6519 Huang, Jiaqi and Zhong Zheng, 1987. The effect of

salinity on the distribution of Copepoda in the Jiulong Estuary. Acta oceanol, sin., 6(1): 142-152. Dept. of Oceanogr., Xiamen Univ., Xiamen, People's Republic of China.

87:6520 Huys, Rony, 1987. Studies on the Cylindropsyilidae

(Copepoda, Harpacticoida). 1. The status of Leptastacus laticaudatus Nicholls. Zoologica Scr., 16(2):155-166. Mar. Biol. Section, Inst. voor Dierkunde, Rijksuniver. Gent, K.L. Lede- ganckstr. 35, B-9000 Gent, Belgium.

87:6521 Jensen, G.C. and D.A. Armstrong, 1987. Range

extensions of some northeastern Pacific Decap- oda. Crustaceana, 52(2):215-217. School of Fish. WH-10, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA.

87:6522 Kudinova-Pasternak, R.K., 1987. New Tanaldacea

(Crnstacea) from Madagascar Basin of the Indian Ocean. Zoologicheskii Zh., 66(1):28-36. (In Rus- sian.)

87:6523 Lumare, F. and G. Casolino, 1986. First record of

Penaeus japonieus Bate 1888 (Decapoda Natan- tia) along Italian mast. Oebalia, 13(N.S.):179- 183. Istituto per 1o Sfruttamento Biol. delle Lagune, C.N.R., Lesina, Italy.

87:6524 Markhaseva, E.L., 1986. New species of the genus

Pseudeuchaeta (Calanoida, Aetideidae) from the