2 edition of systematics and zoogeography of cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico found in the catalog.
systematics and zoogeography of cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico
Douglas Arthur Lipka
Written in English
|Statement||by Douglas Arthur Lipka.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 347 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||347|
Cephalopods: ecology and fisheries is a thorough review of this most important animal group. The first introductory section of the book provides coverage of cephalopod form and function, origin and evolution, Nautilus, and biodiversity and zoogeography. The following section covers life cycles, growth, physiological ecology, reproductive. VECCHIONE, Michael, Adjunct Scientist, Curator of Cephalopod and Pteropod Mollusks, and Systematics Zoologist and Director, National Marine Fisheries Service Systematics Laboratory. B.S. () University of Miami; Ph.D. () College of William and Mary. Research specialties: Systematics, development, biogeography, and ecology of cephalopods.
Introduction. The Cephalopoda is an ancient and very successful group of the Mollusca. Cephalopods have been among the dominant large predators in the ocean at various times in geological history. Two groups of cephalopods exist today: The Nautiloidea with a few species of the pearly nautilus, and the Coleoidea, containing the squids, cuttlefishes, octopods and vampire squids, which is. In Vertical Reefs, Dr. Mary K. Wicksten provides an excellent overview on the development and management of oil and gas production in the Gulf of Mexico, while showcasing the biological significance of petroleum platforms as marine habitat. I recommend this book to anyone wanting a basic understanding of how these marine ecosystems function.”.
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Zoogeographic relationships are given for the entire Gulf cephalopod fauna. Several of the deep-sea benthic species appear to be distribution within wide bathymetric zones on the continental slope, and only one species, Grimpoteuthis sp., is found exclusively at abyssal by: 6.
Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Zoogeography and systematics of cephalopods of the northeastern Pacific Ocean Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Cited by: 9. Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series (MOBI, volume 86) The squid and octopus fauna (Cephalopoda) in the waters of Costa Rica is poorly known.
In this part we summarize the species of cephalopods known to occur along the coasts of Costa Rica. Due to the lack of distributional and presence data in Costa Rican waters, we do not include small oceanic squids and octopuses nor do Cited by: 1.
The bathymetric range of I. coindetii is m, but concentrated at m in the Gulf\ud of Mexico and at m in the Caribbean : Chung-Cheng Lu. Add tags for "The pelagic Cnidaria of the gulf of Mexico: zoogeography, ecology and systematics".
Be the first. Cephalopods: ecology and fisheries is a thorough review of this most important animal group. The first introductory section of the book provides coverage of cephalopod form and function, origin and evolution, Nautilus, and biodiversity and zoogeography.
The following section covers life cycles, growth, physiological ecology, reproductive. Lipka DA () The systematics and zoogeography of cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico. Dissertation, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas Google Scholar Mangold (–) KM, Vecchione M, Young RE () Ocythoidae Gray Cited by: 7.
In book: Gulf of Mexico–Origin, Waters, and Biota. Vol. Biodiversity (pp–) Chapter: Polyplacophora (Mollusca) of the Gulf of Mexico. Most species are benthic, but a number are entirely pelagic. Surprisingly, there has not been a previous attempt to document the diversity of all living marine gastropods in the Gulf of Mexico.
pilation ofthe cephalopods in the Gulf of Mexico is that of Vecchione (). Major Systematic Revisions Since The status of the systematics of cephalopods has rap- idly changed, as research has increased substantially worldwide during the past 30 years.
The families of liv- ing cephalopods are, for the most part, well resolved and relatively well accepted. A study of the systematics and the distribution of the squid genus Illex Steenstrup, was made, utilizing specimens and data from the collections of various institutions throughout the world.
The thesis begins with an extensive survey of the literature on the four species of this ommastrephid genus. Three species, Illex illecebrosus (Lesueur, ), I. coindetii (Verany, ) and I Cited by: 9.
For cephalopods, the term “blue bloods” takes a more literal meaning than the medieval reference to nobility—their blood is actually blue. While humans and other animals rely on an iron-based oxygen transport system, cephalopods evolved a copper-based system, which is the source of the blue color (similar to horseshoe crabs).
The copper. Deep-Sea Research. t, Vol. 9, pp. to Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Great Britain. On the composition, zoogeography, origin and age of the deep-sea mollusk fauna ARTHUR H. CLARKE, Jr. National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, Canada (Received 17 May ) Abstract--Analysis of a recent compilation of information on marine mollusks living at fm and deeper has led to several Cited by: Systematics and Biogeography of Cephalopods: Volume 1 (Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, ) [N.
Voss] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tsunemi Kubodera is a Japanese zoologist with the National Museum of Nature and Science.
He and his crew are known to be the first people to ever photograph and film a live giant squid in its natural habitat. Relevant to the biota of the Gulf of Mexico, Dr. Kubodera has published the following. Relevant to the biota of the Gulf of Mexico, Dr. Lipka has published the following: Lipka, D.
Mollusks. – in T. Bright and L. Pequegnat, eds. Biota of the West Flower Garden Banks. Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, Texas. Lipka, D. The Systematics and Zoogeography of Cephalopods from the Gulf of Mexico. forced, as it were, to study the systematics and zoogeography of adult oceanic squids, first those of the western tropical Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, then, as monographic studies ensued, ofthe world's oceans.
Ultimately, Voss published monographs and faunistic reviews on all orders of cephalopods. The first ever Lightning Talk award recipient was Kieran Murphy who presented, “Cephalopod community trophic ecology in relation to body-size in an oceanic system”.
They all received the new released book “Octopus, squid, and cuttlefish: a visual, scientific guide to the oceans’ most advanced invertebrates” signed by the authors. Zoogeography and ecology of some macro-invertebrates, particularly mollusks, in the Gulf of California and the continental slope off Mexico.
View Metadata By: Parker, Robert H. 68 68 2 2 S. McCommas Marine Science Program University of Houston Avenue U Galveston Texas USA Abstract Much of the inshore fauna of the Gulf of Mexico has a disjunct distribution around the tip of Florida.
Some of this fauna is composed of temperate, Carolinian species whose separation is thought to be due to warming after the last glacial period. Other species with this. Genetic Identification and Population Characteristics of Deep-Sea Cephalopod Species in the Gulf of Mexico and Northwestern Atlantic Ocean.
by. Amanda Sosnowski. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment. of the requirements for the degree of. Master of Science.
College of Marine Science. University of South FloridaAuthor: Amanda Sosnowski.Cephalopods are important in midwater ecosystems of the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) as both predator and prey. Vertical distribution and diel migration patterns are not known for the majority of deep-water cephalopods.
These varying patterns are of interest as they have the potential to contribute to the movement of large amounts of nutrients and contaminants through the water column during diel Cited by: 2.Zoogeography of ostracodologists / I.G. Sohn --On the use of ostracodes for tracing changes in oceanic circulation / R.H.
Benson --Tertiary ostracod provinces in western Europe / M.C. Keen --Approaches to the diversity of assemblages of Ostracoda / R.L. Kaesler & P.S. Mulvany --Some speculation on the significance of carapace length in.