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Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt-water pools

L. B. Holthuis

Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt-water pools

at four Indo-west Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

by L. B. Holthuis

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Published by Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shrimps -- Tropics.,
  • Crustacea -- Tropics.,
  • Tide pool ecology, Landlocked -- Tropics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy L. B. Holthuis. Uitgeg. door het Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie te Leiden.
    SeriesZoologische verhandelingen, nr. 128, Zoologische verhandelingen ;, no. 128.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .L72 no. 128, QL444.M33 .L72 no. 128
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 p. with illus.
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4226186M
    LC Control Number80506270

    One of the most threatened ecosystems on many islands may be anchialine habitats, or coastal land-locked water bodies with no surface connection to the sea yet containing brackish water that fluctuates with the tides. To better manage these habitats, it is important to develop a broader understanding of the biodiversity within them since such knowledge plays critical roles in establishing. Also known as Carid Shrimp, Caridean Shrimp, Cleaner Shrimp, Red Spot Anemone Shrimp, Rock Shrimp. Found regularly in colonies at cleaning stations .

    This excellent second edition of Fisheries Biology, Assessment and Management, has been fully updated and expanded, providing a book which is an essential purchase for students and scientists studying, working or researching in fisheries and aquatic sciences. The group of penaeoid and caridean shrimps from the slope of the bank has broad geographic distribution. A strong affinity with the eastern Atlantic fauna is evident in these species. (Borradaile, ), the latter a shallow-water species found in land-locked pools of salt water in the Indo-West Pacific (Gordon, ; Holthuis, ). Until.

    The difference in the shrimps at least seems partly due to the low salinities of the West African waters that favor caridean shrimps over penaeid shrimps. Nonetheless it is difficult to explain why in most of the world's mangrove communities the fiddler crab genus Uca has four to six species each with its own niche, but in West African.   Caridean shrimp found in land-locked salt-water Peakall, R., and Smouse, P. E. GenAlEx 6: genetic analysis in pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Excel. Population genetic software for teaching and research.


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Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt-water pools by L. B. Holthuis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four indo-west pacific localities (sinai peninsula, funafuti atoll, maui and hawaii islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species by l. holthuis leiden e.

brill 24 oktober Shrimp of the infraorder Caridea are more closely related to lobsters and crabs than they are to the members of the sub-order Dendrobranchiata (prawns). Biologists distinguish these two groups based on differences in their gill structures.

The gill structure is lamellar in carideans but branching in dendrobranchiates. The easiest practical way to separate true shrimp from dendrobranchiates is Class: Malacostraca.

New Family and Superfamily for a Deep-Sea Caridean Shrimp from the Galathea Collections in salt-water. pools on As Islands, one from. land-locked. salt-water. pools (Procaris. hawa. land-locked salt-water pools (Procaris hawa-iana Holthuis, ), the other from a lava-tube cave (Vetericaris chaceorum Kensley and Williams, ).

A third procarid, Pro-caris chacei Hart and Manning,has been described from Green Bay Cave, Bermuda. The superfamily Procaridoidea dif-fers from all other caridean shrimps in sev. Holthuis, L.B.,Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species, Zool.

Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt-water pools book. (Leiden) –48, pls. Google ScholarCited by:   Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt- water pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of.

Journal of Crustacean Biology, 6(3), – Holthuis, L.B. () Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt water pools at four Indo-west Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll Maui and Hawaii Islands) with the description of one new genus and four species.

Zoologische Verhandelingen. Leiden,1–48, figs 1– Caridean shrimps found in land-locked salt-water pools: at four Indo-west Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species: Cavernicolous and terrestrial decapod Crustacea from northern Sarawak, Borneo.

The scientific name of shrimp is caridea. Moreover caridean species that exist worldwide. Shrimp are found in almost every watery environment in the world. There are thousands of species adapted to a wide range of habitats. They can be found on the ocean floor deep, inside the river beds and almost in every water world on this planet.

Shrimp are swimming crustaceans with long narrow muscular abdomens and long crabs and lobsters, shrimp have well developed pleopods (swimmerets) and slender walking legs; they are more adapted for swimming than walking. Historically, it was the distinction between walking and swimming that formed the primary taxonomic division into the former suborders Natantia and Reptantia.

ON RED COLOURED SHRIMPS (DEGAPODA, GARIDEA) FROM TROPICAL LAND-LOCKED SALTWATER POOLS by L. HOLTHUIS Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historic, Leiden Tn a number of widely separated places in the tropics, both in the Atlantic and in the Indo-West Pacific, bright red coloured caridean shrimps have been reported from a most peculiar habitat.

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Full text of "A New Anchialine Shrimp Of The Genus Procaris (Crustacea: Decapoda: Procarididae) From The Yucatan Peninsula". Caridean shrimp found in land locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

Zoologishe Verhandelingen The occurrence of Antecaridina lauensis in a small freshwater pool on Uipi Island, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, is recorded, and certain morphological features are described to amplify previous descriptions.

The ability of the species to live in salt water is considered a significant factor in explaining its presently wide and extremely disjunctive distribution on remote islands.

References 1 Riedl, R. () Biologie der Meereshoehlen, rey 2 Holthuis, L.B. () Caridean shrimps found -locked saltwater pools at four Indo-west Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maul and Hawaii Islands), with the description of the new genus and four new species, Zool.

Verh.3 Sket, B. () Ecology of the. On red coloured shrimps (Decapoda, Caridea) from tropical land-locked saltwater pools. Zool. Meded. Holthuis, L. Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

Zool. Verhandel., Howarth, Francis G., and W. Mull. Hawaiian Insects and Their Kin. Univ. of Hawaii Press. Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti Atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.-Zoologische Verhandelingen Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

48 p., 13 figs, 7 (2 col.) pls, paperbound (ZV); CD €. L.B. HolthuisCaridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai peninsula, Funafuti atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of the new genus and four new species.Arkansas shrimps belong in the cosmopolitan Family Palaemonidae (subfamily Palaemoninae) and Order Decapoda, which also contains the crayfishes.

Taxonomically, shrimps are differentiated from crayfishes by their first pair of legs with chelae and the abdomen laterally compressed, while crayfishes have the first three pairs of legs with chelae and their abdomens dorsoventrally flattened.

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