2 edition of polychaete fauna of South Africa found in the catalog.
polychaete fauna of South Africa
John Hemsworth Day
|Series||Bulletin. Zoology series / British Museum (Natural History) -- vol.10, no.7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||445|
The onefin electric ray or Cape numbfish (Narke capensis) is a common but little-known species of electric ray in the family Narkidae, native to South Africa and is a benthic fish found in shallow coastal bays over sandy or muddy bottoms. This small species reaches 38 cm (15 in) in length, and has a nearly circular pectoral fin disc and a short, muscular tail that supports a large Class: Chondrichthyes. China Seas are one of the most diverse regions in the Pacific. Though much effort has been made to explore its biodiversity, the polychaetes diversity is still poorly known. A large number of species records are based on ecological investigation rather than taxonomical studies. We update the Polychaete species taxonomicaly described from China coastal waters during and list them as a Author: Yueyun Wang, Chunsheng Wang.
Editorial Board. M. Cock, Roscoff Marine Station, France [email protected] Area of Expertise: Algal developmental biology and genomics N. De Voogd, Netherlands Biodiversity Centre [email protected] Area of Expertise: Sponges P.G.H. Evans, Sea Watch Foundation, UK @ The Indian Ocean is the third-largest of the world's oceanic divisions, cover, km 2 (27,, sq mi) or % of the water on the Earth's surface. It is bounded by Asia to the north, Africa to the west, and Australia to the east. To the south it is bounded by the Southern Ocean or Antarctica, depending on the definition in use. Along its core, the Indian Ocean has some large Coordinates: 20°S 80°E / 20°S .
Recent work by the authors has also added some 19 additional species to the known fauna, which now stands at 70 species. The aims of this study are thus to revise and update the South African echinoid fauna list, and to present a new, easy to use and fully-illustrated guide to all known regional species. Benthic macroinvertebrate fauna densities ranged from – ind.m-2 (Figure 9). By station, benthic macroinvertebrate fauna density (ind.m 2) ranged from –, –, –, and – at Stations 1–4, respectively, with highest values in early post monsoon by:
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Piet F.M. Verdonschot, in Thorp and Covich's Freshwater Invertebrates (Fourth Edition), External Anatomy. The head of a polychaete is composed of the prostomium, peristomium, and pharynx. The prostomium is the most anterior pre-segmental part of the body to the mouth, which may or may not be retractile and often bears antennae, eyes, tentacles, and palps.
A guide to the shell-infesting spionids of southern Africa. Key to Polydora > Polydora cf. calcarea. Polydora cf. calcarea (Templeton, ) Description.
Head: Prostomium weekly : 4 eyes in juveniles may be lost with ation: Live animals - none on body, faint markings on groove of polychaete fauna of South Africa book.
Modified spines on chaetiger 5 falcate with lateral flange. An invasive polychaete species found in living marine stromatolites. Article (PDF Available) Day JH () The polychaete fauna of South Africa.
Part I. Here, we describe a fossil polychaete from the Early Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna, Pygocirrus butyricampum gen. et sp. nov., with structures identified as pygidial cirri, which are recorded for. Day JH. () The polychaete fauna of South Africa. Part I. The intertidal and estuarine Polychaeta of Natal and Mosambique.
Annals of the Natal Museum 12 (1): 1– Day JH. () The polychaete fauna of South Africa. Part 2. Errant species from Cape shores and Author: José Eriberto De Assis, Rafael Justino de Brito, Martin Lindsey Christoffersen, José Roberto Botelho.
Simon, C.A., Worsfold, T.M., Lange, L. and Sterley, J. () The genus Boccardia (Polychaeta: Spionidae) associated with molluscs shells on the south coast of South Africa. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United King – Cited by: Polychaete species captured in sediment traps moored in northwestern Mediterranean submarine canyons South Africa hartleyi Blake, A very similar result has been observed with the polychaete fauna collected in the same canyons.
As mentioned earlier, not only do the resuspension processes contribute to enhancing the morphological and Cited by: Polychaete fauna of South Africa: Part 7.
Species from depths between 1, and 3, metres west of Cape Town Vol Page Cicinnus chambersi: a new species of sack-bearer moth (Lepidoptera, Mimallonidae, Cicinninae) from southeastern Arizona, USA - ZooKeys DOI: /zookeys Authors: Ryan A. St Laurent, Lawrence E. Reeves, Akito Y. Kawahara Abstract: A new species of cicinnin Author: Víctor Aramayo.
Abstract. Individuals belonging to two new species, from two genera Clymenella Verril (Maldanidae) and Mooreonuphis Fauchald (Onuphidae), have been collected and described from a sublittoral bottom area close to Antofagasta, northern Chile.
The environment consists of medium to fine sands and the samples have been collected at ca. 60 m by: 3. Díaz-Castañeda V. & Valenzuela-Solano S. Polychaete fauna in the vicinity of bluefin tuna sea-cages in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Zoosymposia 2: – Díaz-Díaz O. & Liñero-Arana I. Poliquetos asociados a substratos artificiales sumergidos en la costa nororiental de Venezuela. II: Serpulidae y by: 4. Day, J. H., The polychaete fauna of South Africa.
part 6. Sedentary species dredged off Cape coasts with a few new records from the shore. Linn. Soc. zool. – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: The multivariate analyses provided additional information on the similarity pattern: nMDS based on Jaccard coefficient and performed on the total species list for the eight Black Sea and their three adjacent sectors, revealed a clear gradient along the diagonal of the plot ().Sea of Marmara, Bosphorus Strait, and Prebosphoric sectors are placed in the most distant places; all the remainder Cited by: Chapter Title Book title Editor Publisher Page numbers Day, J.H.
The origin and distribution of estuarine animals in South Africa. Ecological studies in southern Africa Davis, D.H.S.The Hague Day, J.H. The biology the Knysna estuary, South. This workshop is part of the Polychaete diversity in the Norwegian sea (PolyNor) project. This project aim to explore the diversity of polychaetes in the Nordic seas; The Norwegian Sea holds a diverse fauna of polychaete worms, more diverse than previously anticipated.
An investigation of the distribution and habitat utilization of spionid polychaetes in Tokyo Bay revealed eight shell-boring and 18 non-boring (interstitial, epifaunal, and infaunal) species, of these 11 species were recorded in the area for the first time.
Most of the boring and interstitial species, which are associated with mollusc shells, were mainly distributed in exposed environments Cited by: 1. Amongst many other achievements, he was the author of the famous “pink book”, which has served as an introduction to the world of polychaete taxonomy for many of us.
Kristian was born in Norway inand studied biology at the University of Bergen until beginning his doctorate work in California in Ben-Eliahu M.N. Polychaete cryptofauna from rims of similar intertidal vermetid reefs on the Mediterranean coast of Israel and in the Gulf of Elat: Serpulidae (Polychaeta Sedentaria)Isr.
ZoolCited by: Publication info: Cape Town:South African Museum, Polychaete fauna of South Africa: Part 7. Species from depths between 1, and 3, metres west of Cape Town. A view of a worm fan on life histories of fan worms" - The 9th International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, Grahamstown, South Africa.
Oral presentation: "Variation in sperm swimming behaviour and its effect on fertilization success in. Fossil polychaete Canadia spinosa at the Smithsonian Institution Burgess Shale fossil sampler.
Guide to Singapore polychaetes by Lim Yun Ping. The abalone sabellid. SEM's of the shell-deforming pest (was introduced into California) at Kevin Ruck's Abnet in South Africa. Letter about the abalone sabellid by .The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is replete with publications which have had a seminal influence on their field.
A highly-credentialed member of this category is John H. Day’s A Monograph on the Polychaeta of Southern Africa, published in in two volumes by the (then) British Museum (Natural History) in is timely to celebrate this book now: on 25 August the author.3 Jan - Animals I have seen in the Lowveld.
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