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Most specimens were juve- terized by low zooplankton abundance and high species nile or furcilia stages. Seven taxa with M. In the Deep Western Entrance Stas. The lowest number of species 14 was encountered in the Eastern Shallow Entrance Stas. The SHE analysis suggested the presence of boundaries Margalef's index 6 between adjacent shallow zooplankton assemblages.

Two 4 ecotones were identified along the Pacific-Atlantic tran- sect: the first one just after Sta. From a functional point of view, the meso- distance W-to-E km pelagic zooplankton community of the Deep Western Fig. B along the Pacific-Atlantic Section gnaths S. The zooplankton pooled O. The most Zooplankton species assemblages frequent species in the Strait of Magellan core species were the epipelagic copepods D.

The assemblage I included 3 neritic copepod ostracod D. They all exhibited a non-Poissonian species D. This is characteristic of localized spatial dis- copepods C. The cores of the neritic and epipelagic mediate frequencies and random spatial distributions in the species were restricted to the layer 0— m throughout the upper layer, included the euphausiid E. They included 1 the Atlantic, is expected to allow intrusion of waters and euphausiid, 1 chaetognath, 9 copepods, and 2 ostracods.

The PS group of samples in the middle of the 0. PC1 and PC2 axes accounted for the greatest 0.

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Salinity and tempera- 0 10 20 30 40 50 tures showed the highest coefficients in the linear combi- persistence n. Straits of Magellan, February—March tively. Fluorescence chlorophyll a showed the highest For each species, the index of dispersion in space based on the correlation eigenvalue: 0. A high rank of correlation number of times for which the species was present in the assemblage. The curves show the confidence limits of the v2 distribution. The best results were obtained relating natha. Species labels: Drepanopus forcipatus Df , Discoconchoecia zooplankton species abundance data to temperature and elegans De , Themisto gaudichaudii Tg , Clausocalanus brevipes Cb , Oithona similis Os , Ctenocalanus citer Cc , Calanus salinity.

However, high correlation ranks were also simillimus Cs , Euphausia vallentini Ev , Metridia lucens Ml , obtained for salinity 0. Regarding the controversy around Western Entrance basin. They effectively loose their properties by very sediments, and very saline waters. Whereas larly in deep layers , contained a rather trapped cold and in the internal sector, species composition was mainly less saline water mass.

Therefore, instead of the Strait of differentiated according to depth and bottom topography, Magellan being an open passage for the circulation of showing three group of samples DWE-DL, DWE-IL and water between oceans, it can be effectively divided into PF-IL each one corresponding to different environments. Some species occurred physiographic features Guglielmo et al.

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Species Furthermore, this mesopelagic assemblage was also significant inputs of glacial and continental runoff plus very abundant in the layers close to the bottom of the precipitations , mainly in the Intermediate Passage. These neighboring Paso Ancho sub-basin Stas. In waters, from the Intermediate Passage, overflow and mix summary, although identification of sub-basins in terms of with saltier and warmer waters in the upper layers of the species composition was consistent with previous findings Western and Eastern Entrances and the Canal Magdalena Mazzocchi and Ianora ; Antezana et al.

This might be attributed with these major subsystem divisions. Our species-specific to a masking effect of cosmopolitan copepods occurring in results of species origins and spatial extensions are to a very high abundances in the multivariate analysis. Palma ; Guglielmo et al.

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However, we The mesozooplankton of the Strait of Magellan— found some differences regarding species number, zoo- besides being dominated by copepods, as remarked early plankton abundance and relative species abundances, on by Ramirez and by Sabatini et al. In our quasi-synoptic study of the characterized by a low occurrence of larvae except for Strait of Magellan, there was a marked regional-scale some copepodites in our summer study.

This is a main pattern in zooplankton species diversity and richness, difference to the plankton found during spring season, which was related to the hydrographical features of the which was characterized by a remarkable proportion of Strait and to the greater breaks that separate its sub-basins. Further research on population dynamics, feeding tain species such as D.

Females carried spermatophores, insights into the structure and dynamics of these fjord and early copepodites stages were commonly encountered communities. Their high densities, such as those of ostracod D. Many thanks are due to Prof.

Ken G. McKenzie populations are well adapted and carry out their entire — , University of Melbourne, a prominent scientist in the biological cycle within this environment. Vertical distri- field of Ostracod taxonomy and ecology and to Dr. Giorgio Benassi bution of the plankton also indicated unique adaptations. Calanus simillimus, Pelargobia longi- editing the last version of this MS. Such a strategy could be mediated by switching feeding habits and Andersen V, Prieur L One-month study in the open NW diet near the sea bed in daytime, which might explain their Mediterranean Sea DYNAPROC experiment, May : great densities and fitness in this environment Antezana overview of the hydrobiogeochemical structures and effects of wind events.

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Inst Estudios Internac Univ Chile Santiago: 40—54 identified as a typical feature in the pelagic realm of the Antezana T a Hydrographic features of Magellan and Fuegian inland passages and adjacent Sub Antarctic waters. Sci Mar Chilean fjords and classically attributed to an adaptive —34 advantage of opportunistic species to a very heterogeneous Antezana T b Plankton of Southern Chilean fjords: trends and and transient environment associated with strong physical linkages. Hence, according to Antezana b , immigration Ancho during spring Sci Mar —67 and colonization of the Strait of Magellan by sub-Antarctic Antezana T, Guglielmo L, Ghirardelli E Microbasins within species could be mediated by long-term physiological and the Strait of Magellan affecting zooplankton distribution.

Ediciones Docu- intrusion into the fjords of water parcels formed at the mentas Santiago, — Polar Front. In: Guglielmo L, Ianora A eds Atlas of marine zooplankton, represents ongoing speciation with incomplete isolation, Strait of Magellan. In: Anonymous, Straits strongly affected by global changes e. Data detect decadal trends in the zooplankton distribution or report part I: physical, chemical and biological oceanography. However, no time series or data set communities of Southern Wisconsin. Ecol Monogr — are available to suggest occurring long-term changes in Brinton E The distribution of Pacific euphausiids.

Bull Scripps the hydrography and plankton ecology within the fjords. Sci Mar —57 — Palma S Zooplankton distribution and abundance in the austral Chuecas L Contribution al conoscimiento de las condiciones Chilean channels and fjords. Bol in the oceanographic knowledge of Chilean interior waters, from Inst Oceanogr S. Paulo — Puerto Montt to Cape Horn. Boll Ocean Teor Appl — during January Oceanography of the South Pacific Continue Shopping Checkout. Reset Pincode.

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Other Books By Author. As did Crisafi , we believe that Claus was unable to find the set of differential characters that would have been necessary for the proposal of a new species. He probably described under the new name similis individuals that were similar, though not identical, to the species he found formerly in Helgoland. Many others have preferred to refer to Oithona similis e.

This ambiguity has continued until the present day. Strict comparisons across records are not really possible, because they all lack the detail of one or more particular key characters; hence, it seems likely that identification of Oithona similis s. This is not minor when considering that phenetically similar species may differ from one another in only slight differences of the setal formula of the swimming legs Nishida Original illustrations were faithfully copied in all details and rearranged to facilitate comparisons.

Scale bars only provided in Nishida Some subtle differences are apparent among published drawings labelled as Oithona similis s. In considering Oithona similis as figured by Nishida , note in particular the dissimilar general appearance with respect to the above mentioned species, the two-segmented endopod of the first leg, and the overall setation of legs 1—4 on the inner and outer borders of both rami. In our view, when specimens have been identified as Oithona similis s.

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Sars gives account of it in the text p. According to Farran and Crisafi , this spine can be easily lost, although it may also have been overlooked, as Rosendorn suggested. In the genus Oithona Baird, both rami of the first swimming leg are 3-segmented sensu Brady , but this is not always the case in Oithona similis s. To our knowledge, a bi-segmented endopod of leg 1 has only been specifically reported so far for female Oithona specimens from Norway Sars , the Gulf of Lion Razouls , and off Argentina our unpublished data. Because this feature has been most often characterized in a subjective way, it is suggested that it be reported quantitatively in the future e.

From the genetic point of view, the still scarce molecular studies on Oithona also support the hypothesis that more than one form is reported under the same specific name, Oithona similis s.