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Calanoides natalis Brady, 1914 (Copepoda: Calanoida: Calanidae): identity and distribution in relation to coastal oceanography of the eastern Atlantic and western Indian Oceans

WoS 0.834/Q3 SCOPUS 0.439/Q3
DOI 10.1080/00222933.2017.1296198
Язык Английский
Журнал Journal of Natural History

ISSN: 0022-2933; Онлайн ISSN: 1464-5262
Год 2017
Выходные данные Том: 51, Номер: 13-14, Страницы: 807–836
Авторы
  1. Bradford-Grieve Janet M.
    National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand (nz)
  2. Blanco-Bercial L.
    Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, St George’s, Bermuda (bm)
  3. Prusova I.
Даты Поступила в редакцию: 20.11.2016
Принята к публикации: 05.02.2017
Опубликована онлайн: 29.03.2017
Абстракт Until recently, Calanoides carinatus s.l. was assumed to be very widespread in the upwelling systems of the Atlantic, Indian and western Pacific Oceans. Molecular data, reported here, show that Calanoides from the eastern Atlantic and Arabian Sea are one species and distinct from C. carinatus s.s. The name Calanoides natalis Brady, 1914 is available for this species, which is fully re-described. The illustration by Brady of the male fifth leg and the currently reported genetic data lead us to conclude that C. natalis is distributed from the Bay of Biscay southwards along the eastern Atlantic, around the Cape of Good Hope, and northwards along the western boundary of the Indian Ocean as far as the Arabian Sea. A by-product of this study is the recognition that Calanoides macrocarinatus is a junior synonym of Calanoides brevicornis. Females of C. natalis are easy to distinguish morphologically from C. carinatus s.s. but are more similar to C. brevicornis, apart from size differences. From physical oceanographic evidence we conclude that the Indian Ocean is currently the upstream part of the distribution of C. natalis. Calanoides philippinensis is known to extend into the eastern Indian Ocean at tropical latitudes. It is not known if it is C. philippinensis that has been recorded along the western coast of Australia. An apparently undescribed species of Calanoides occurs on the eastern Australian coast.
Ключевые слова: Arabian Sea, Calanoides brevicornis, Calanoides natalis, distribution, eastern Atlantic, mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase I, re-description
URL https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00222933.2017.1296198?journalCode=tnah20

Запись создана: 31-12-2017 10:00
Последнее изменение: 23-11-2018 06:43

Библиографическая ссылка:
Bradford-Grieve Janet M., Blanco-Bercial L., Prusova I. Calanoides natalis Brady, 1914 (Copepoda: Calanoida: Calanidae): identity and distribution in relation to coastal oceanography of the eastern Atlantic and western Indian Oceans // Journal of Natural History. 2017. Vol. 51, iss. 13-14. P. 807–836. DOI: 10.1080/00222933.2017.1296198
[WoS 0.834/Q3][SCOPUS 0.439/Q3]
Экспертное заключение: –
Индексация:
Web of Science
Статус
Да
Импакт-фактор/Квартиль(год)
0.834/Q3 (2016)
Идентификатор
000399081500007
SCOPUS
Статус
Да
Импакт-фактор/Квартиль(год)
0.439/Q3 (2016)
Идентификатор
2-s2.0-85016285113
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