An order of mostly marine CRUSTACEA containing more than 5500 species in over 100 families. Like ISOPODA, the other large order in the superorder Peracarida, members are shrimp-like in appearance, have sessile compound eyes, and no carapace. But unlike Isopoda, they possess thoracic gills and their bodies are laterally compressed.
A large subphylum of mostly marine ARTHROPODS containing over 42,000 species. They include familiar arthropods such as lobsters (NEPHROPIDAE), crabs (BRACHYURA), shrimp (PENAEIDAE), and barnacles (THORACICA).
Preparations of Cassia senna and C. angustifolia (see SENNA PLANT). They contain sennosides, which are anthraquinone type CATHARTICS and are used in many different preparations as laxatives.
A plant genus of the family FABACEAE. SENNA EXTRACT is obtained from members of this genus. Members contain ANTHRAQUINONES and have been an ingredient in laxatives (CATHARTICS). Many species of the CASSIA genus have been reclassified into this genus. This bush should not be confused with the Cassia tree (CINNAMOMUM).
The study of animals - their morphology, growth, distribution, classification, and behavior.
A phylum of parasitic worms, closely related to tapeworms and containing two genera: Moniliformis, which sometimes infects man, and Macracanthorhynchus, which infects swine.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
Family of large marine CRUSTACEA, in the order DECAPODA. These are called clawed lobsters because they bear pincers on the first three pairs of legs. The American lobster and Cape lobster in the genus Homarus are commonly used for food.
The guidelines and policy statements set forth by the editor(s) or editorial board of a publication.
The variety of all native living organisms and their various forms and interrelationships.
The protection, preservation, restoration, and rational use of all resources in the total environment.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
The ceasing of existence of a species or taxonomic groups of organisms.
One of the Indian Ocean Islands, east of Madagascar. Its capital is Port Louis. It was discovered by the Portuguese in 1505, occupied by the Dutch 1598-1710, held by the French 1715-1810 when the British captured it, formally ceded to the British in 1814, and became independent in 1968. It was named by the Dutch in honor of Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (1567-1625). (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p742 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p341)
An order of BIRDS including over 300 species that primarily inhabit coastal waters, beaches, and marshes. They are comprised of shorebirds, gulls, and terns.
A republic in southern Africa, the southernmost part of Africa. It has three capitals: Pretoria (administrative), Cape Town (legislative), and Bloemfontein (judicial). Officially the Republic of South Africa since 1960, it was called the Union of South Africa 1910-1960.
One of the Indian Ocean Islands off the southeast coast of Africa. Its capital is Antananarivo. It was formerly called the Malagasy Republic. Discovered by the Portuguese in 1500, its history has been tied predominantly to the French, becoming a French protectorate in 1882, a French colony in 1896, and a territory within the French union in 1946. The Malagasy Republic was established in the French Community in 1958 but it achieved independence in 1960. Its name was changed to Madagascar in 1975. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p714)
A species of mite that causes SCABIES in humans and sarcoptic mange in other animals. Specific variants of S. scabiei exist for humans and animals, but many have the ability to cross species and cause disease.
A contagious cutaneous inflammation caused by the bite of the mite SARCOPTES SCABIEI. It is characterized by pruritic papular eruptions and burrows and affects primarily the axillae, elbows, wrists, and genitalia, although it can spread to cover the entire body.
An organophosphorus compound that inhibits cholinesterase. It causes seizures and has been used as a chemical warfare agent.
A space in which the pressure is far below atmospheric pressure so that the remaining gases do not affect processes being carried on in the space.
Infestations with arthropods of the subclass ACARI, superorder Acariformes.
The fusion of ceramics (porcelain) to an alloy of two or more metals for use in restorative and prosthodontic dentistry. Examples of metal alloys employed include cobalt-chromium, gold-palladium, gold-platinum-palladium, and nickel-based alloys.
Drugs used to treat or prevent parasitic infections.
The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.
A plant genus of the family CRASSULACEAE. Members contain rhodioloside. This roseroot is unrelated to the familiar rose (ROSA). Some species in this genus are called stonecrop which is also a common name for SEDUM.
A family of intercellular signaling proteins that play and important role in regulating the development of many TISSUES and organs. Their name derives from the observation of a hedgehog-like appearance in DROSOPHILA embryos with genetic mutations that block their action.
The farthest or outermost projections of the body, such as the HAND and FOOT.
The development of anatomical structures to create the form of a single- or multi-cell organism. Morphogenesis provides form changes of a part, parts, or the whole organism.

Simulating species loss following perturbation: assessing the effects on process rates. (1/121)

We removed stream-living macroinvertebrate shredder species in the sequences in which they are predicted to disappear, in response to two common types of anthropogenic disturbances: acidification and organic pollution, and analysed the effects on leaf breakdown rates. The experiment was performed in field microcosms using three shredder species. Species identity significantly affected leaf breakdown rates, while species richness per se was non-significant. The simulated sequential species loss showed large effects on leaf breakdown rates, with observed rates being significantly higher than expected from single-species treatments in two, out of four, two-species, and in all four three-species treatments. The invertebrates used in this study were taxonomically distinct (Insecta: Plecoptera and Trichoptera; Crustacea: Amphipoda), and of different sizes, hence a high degree of complementarity was probably present. A method to study the effects of species loss, characteristic of perturbation type, could be more useful than a random approach when investigating the impact of perturbation. Our results may have general applicability for investigations on the effects of diversity loss on ecosystem functioning in any ecosystem exposed to human perturbations, given that the order of extinction is known or can easily be assessed.  (+info)

The sun compass of the sandhopper Talitrus saltator: the speed of the chronometric mechanism depends on the hours of light. (2/121)

Experiments on solar orientation were conducted with adult amphipods (Talitrus saltator) subjected to a reduction and/or phase shift of the hours of light (L) or dark (D) with respect to the natural photoperiod: 15 h:9 h L:D (controls), 15 h:9 h inverted (i.e. phase-shifted by 12 h and tested with the sun during the subjective night), 4 h:20 h, 20 h:4 h inverted. The sandhoppers were released in a confined environment, and individual orientation angles were recorded. The results confirm the continuous operation, through the entire 24-h period, of a chronometric mechanism of compensation for apparent solar motion. They show excellent agreement with a recently proposed model of compensation for the sun at constant (not differential) speed and they demonstrate a dependence of the speed of the chronometric mechanism on the L:D ratio in the 24-h period.  (+info)

The mechanisms of morph determination in the amphipod Jassa: implications for the evolution of alternative male phenotypes. (3/121)

The proximal basis for and the maintenance of alternative male reproductive strategies and tactics are generally not understood in most species, despite the occurrence of male polymorphism across many taxa. In the marine amphipod Jassa marmorata, males differ in morphology as well as behaviour. This dimorphism corresponds to two contrasting reproductive strategies: small sneaker males or 'minors', and large fighter males or 'majors'. This study uses quantitative genetic analyses in conjunction with experimental manipulations to assess the relative importance of genetic versus environmental factors in the determination and maintenance of these alternative mating strategies. Heritability analyses indicated the reproductive phenotypes do not reflect genetic differences between dimorphic males. By contrast, morph determination was significantly affected by diet quality. Majors essentially only developed on high-protein diets. Field studies also identified a strong correlation between seasonal shifts in the relative proportions of morphs and changes in food (i.e. phytoplankton) quantity and composition, corroborating that diet cues the switch between alternative reproductive tactics. Moreover, the comparison of major and minor growth trajectories identified a heterochronic shift in maturation times between morphs, indicating that ecological selective pressures, rather than just sexual selection, may be involved in the maintenance of this conditional strategy.  (+info)

Effects of Microphallus papillorobustus (Platyhelminthes: Trematoda) on serotonergic immunoreactivity and neuronal architecture in the brain of Gammarus insensibilis (Crustacea: Amphipoda). (4/121)

The larval flatworm Microphallus papillorobustus encysts in the protocerebrum of its intermediate host, Gammarus insensibilis, and changes the gammarid's responses to mechanical and photic stimuli. The resulting aberrant escape behaviour renders infected gammarids more susceptible to predation by birds, the definitive hosts of the parasite. We used immunocytochemical methods to explore the mechanisms underlying these subtle behavioural modifications. Whole mounts of gammarid brains were labelled with fluorescent anti-serotonin and anti-synapsin antibodies and viewed using confocal microscopy. Two types of change were observed in infected brains: the intensity of the serotonergic label was altered in specific regions of the brain, and the architecture of some serotonergic tracts and neurons was affected. A morphometric analysis of the distribution of the label showed that serotonergic immunoreactivity was decreased significantly (by 62%) in the optic neuropils, but not in the olfactory lobes, in the presence of the parasite. In addition, the optic tracts and the tritocerebral giant neurons were stunted in parasitized individuals. Published evidence demonstrates changes in serotonin levels in hosts ranging from crustaceans to mammals infected by parasites as diverse as protozoans and helminths. The present study suggests that the degeneration of discrete sets of serotonergic neurons might underlie the serotonergic imbalance and thus contribute to host manipulation.  (+info)

Comparison of Artificial Neural Network (ANN) Model Development Methods for Prediction of Macroinvertebrate Communities in the Zwalm River Basin in Flanders, Belgium. (5/121)

Modelling has become an interesting tool to support decision making in water management. River ecosystem modelling methods have improved substantially during recent years. New concepts, such as artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary algorithms, chaos and fractals, cellular automata, etc., are being more commonly used to analyse ecosystem databases and to make predictions for river management purposes. In this context, artificial neural networks were applied to predict macroinvertebrate communities in the Zwalm River basin (Flanders, Belgium). Structural characteristics (meandering, substrate type, flow velocity) and physical and chemical variables (dissolved oxygen, pH) were used as predictive variables to predict the presence or absence of macroinvertebrate taxa in the headwaters and brooks of the Zwalm River basin. Special interest was paid to the frequency of occurrence of the taxa as well as the selection of the predictors and variables to be predicted on the prediction reliability of the developed models. Sensitivity analyses allowed us to study the impact of the predictive variables on the prediction of presence or absence of macroinvertebrate taxa and to define which variables are the most influential in determining the neural network outputs.  (+info)

Parasite-mediated predation between native and invasive amphipods. (6/121)

Parasites can structure biological communities directly through population regulation and indirectly by processes such as apparent competition. However, the role of parasites in the process of biological invasion is less well understood and mechanisms of parasite mediation of predation among hosts are unclear. Mutual predation between native and invading species is an important factor in determining the outcome of invasions in freshwater amphipod communities. Here, we show that parasites mediate mutual intraguild predation among native and invading species and may thereby facilitate the invasion process. We find that the native amphipod Gammarus duebeni celticus is host to a microsporidian parasite, Pleistophora sp. (new species), with a frequency of infection of 0-90%. However, the parasite does not infect three invading species, G. tigrinus, G. pulex and Crangonyx pseudogracilis. In field and laboratory manipulations, we show that the parasite exhibits cryptic virulence: the parasite does not affect host fitness in single-species populations, but virulence becomes apparent when the native and invading species interact. That is, infection has no direct effect on G. d. celticus survivorship, size or fecundity; however, in mixed-species experiments, parasitized natives show a reduced capacity to prey on the smaller invading species and are more likely to be preyed upon by the largest invading species. Thus, by altering dominance relationships and hierarchies of mutual predation, parasitism strongly influences, and has the potential to change, the outcome of biological invasions.  (+info)

Reduced oxygen at high altitude limits maximum size. (7/121)

The trend towards large size in marine animals with latitude, and the existence of giant marine species in polar regions have long been recognized, but remained enigmatic until a recent study showed it to be an effect of increased oxygen availability in sea water of a low temperature. The effect was apparent in data from 12 sites worldwide because of variations in water oxygen content controlled by differences in temperature and salinity. Another major physical factor affecting oxygen content in aquatic environments is reduced pressure at high altitude. Suitable data from high-altitude sites are very scarce. However, an exceptionally rich crustacean collection, which remains largely undescribed, was obtained by the British 1937 expedition from Lake Titicaca on the border between Peru and Bolivia in the Andes at an altitude of 3809 m. We show that in Lake Titicaca the maximum length of amphipods is 2-4 times smaller than other low-salinity sites (Caspian Sea and Lake Baikal).  (+info)

Dispersal of the Ponto-Caspian amphipod Echinogammarus ischnus: invasion waves from the Pleistocene to the present. (8/121)

The geographical range of the amphipod crustacean Echinogammarus ischnus has expanded over the past century from the Ponto-Caspian region to Western Europe, the Baltic Sea, and the Great Lakes of North America. The present study explores the phylogeographic patterns of this amphipod across its current distribution, based on an examination of nucleotide diversity in the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) gene. Marked genetic divergence exists among populations of E. ischnus from the Black and Caspian Seas, as well as those from the drainage system of the Black Sea. This divergence suggests the prolonged geographic isolation of these native populations, reflecting the limited dispersal capability of E. ischnus. By contrast, invading populations are characterized by a lack of genetic variation; a single mitochondrial genotype of Black Sea origin has colonized sites from the Rhine River to North America. The dispersal pattern in E. ischnus is very similar to that in the Ponto-Caspian cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi. Despite their contrasting life history strategies, these invading species followed the same route of invasion from the northern Black Sea to the Baltic Sea region, and subsequently to North America.  (+info)

Specification of the germ line is an essential event during the embryonic development of sexually reproducing animals, as germ line cells are uniquely capable of giving rise to the next generation. Animal germ cells arise through either inheritance of a specialized, maternally supplied cytoplasm called germ plasm or though inductive signaling by somatic cells. Our understanding of germ cell determination is based largely on a small number of model organisms. To better understand the evolution of germ cell specification, we are investigating this process in the amphipod crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis. Experimental evidence from previous studies demonstrated that Parhyale germ cells are specified through inheritance of a maternally supplied cytoplasmic determinant; however, this determinant has not been identified. Here we show that the one-cell stage Parhyale embryo has a distinct cytoplasmic region that can be identified by morphology as well as the localization of germ line-associated RNAs. Removal
The talitrid amphipod Talitrus saltator has a wide distribution along European Atlantic and Mediterranean sandy shores. Previous research had estimated genetic differences among populations with iso-enzyme electrophoresis, as well as differences in behavioural adaptation related to ecological features. In this study morphometric differences among four Mediterranean (Italian coasts) and three Atlantic (Portuguese and Welsh coasts) populations were estimated, which may give information on population dynamics and adaptability to environmental constraints. The localities chosen differed with regard to the following characteristics: sheltered/exposed shorelines, tidal/non-tidal shores, presence/absence of detritus, Atlantic/Mediterranean climate, high/low human frequentation. Samples of each population were collected in a standardized way and fresh individuals were weighed, their body lengths and eye diameters were measured, and the number of eggs in the female brood-pouches and the articles of each antenna
Horton, T.; De Broyer, C. (2013). Gammarida. In: Horton, T.; Lowry, J.; De Broyer, C.; Bellan-Santini, D.; Coleman, C. O.; Corbari, L.; Daneliya, M.; Dauvin, J-C.; Fišer, C.; Gasca, R.; Grabowski, M.; Guerra-García, J. M.; Hendrycks, E.; Hughes, L.; Jaume, D.; Jazdzewski, K.; Kim, Y.-H.; King, R.; Krapp-Schickel, T.; LeCroy, S.; Lörz, A.-N.; Mamos, T.; Senna, A. R.; Serejo, C.; Sket, B.; Souza-Filho, J. F.; Tandberg, A.H.; Thomas, J.; Thurston, M.; Vader, W.; Väinölä, R.; Vonk, R.; White, K.; Zeidler, W. (2018). World Amphipoda Database. Accessed at http://www.marinespecies.org/amphipoda/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=236816 on 2018-01- ...
The genus Gammarus (Amphipoda) is one of the most speciose genera of Crustacea, yet much uncertainty remains concerning taxonomy and systematic relationships, particularly for brackish and marine forms. We used DNA barcode sequences from the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase I (COI) gene to probe the taxonomy of prominent members of marine and brackish water Gammarus of the North Atlantic, Baltic, Mediterranean and Black Seas. We investigated 16 putative Gammarus spp. at an average number of 9 specimens per species. This constitutes the most taxonomically and geographically comprehensive molecular study of marine Gammarus to date. Average between-species sequence divergence (26.8%) was much higher than intraspecific distances (0.8%), enabling clear molecular species identification and highlighting several possible misidentifications from previously published studies. Specimens of Gammarus aequicauda and G. insensibilis from the Black Sea were at least 14% distant from their putative ...
Juvenile specimens of the scavenging amphipod Pseudocallisoma coecum (Holmes, 1908) were recorded near the bases of the oral arms of the jellyfish Poralia rufescens Vanhöffen, 1902 in the Japan Trench. Video footage and sampling imply a high infection rate of Poralia, with one to six amphipod specimens occurring on each P. rufescens individual. The hyperiidean amphipod Lanceola clausi clausi Bovallius, 1885 was also found to infect P. rufescens.
Myanmarorchestia victoria sp. nov. (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Talitridae), a new species of landhopper from the high altitude forests in Myanmar
Amaryllis macrophthalma (Amaryllis/Amaryllididae/Amphipoda/Malacostraca/Arthropoda/Animalia), HMS Challenger (1872-76), Microscope slide
1. An apparatus is described for testing substrate-depth preferences of Corophium volutator (Pallas).. 2. Corophium burrow in mud whatever its depth, if only one depth of mud is available.. 3. If presented with muds of different depths, more animals burrow in the deeper muds. Very shallow muds, of 0.5 cm. depth, are particularly avoided.. 4. Although preferring deeper muds, animals are persuaded to burrow in shallow muds when the surface population density in the deeper muds is at a high level (, 0.1 animals/cm.2). This would be explained by a pattern of territorial behaviour which shows itself only at relatively high population densities.. 5. Analysis of the distribution of animals at low densities indicates some tendency towards gregariousness.. 6. Because of the periodic tendency for animals to vacate their burrows and burrow elsewhere, more than 50% of burrows at very low surface-population densities (ca. 0.01 animals/cm.2) may be unoccupied.. 7. Larger animals tend to be found in deeper ...
Gammarus pulex were sampled from five English streams during April 1992. The population density, number of precopula pairs and incidence of parasitic infection were recorded, and the biomass was estim
Dikerogammarus haemobaphes is a Ponto-Caspian gammarid that has invaded vast areas in Central and Western Europe. Our paper is a first presentation of its life history features in an invaded region. T
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article{2094443, author = {Nguyen Thi Hong, Lien and Muyssen, Brita and Janssen, Colin}, issn = {0045-6535}, journal = {CHEMOSPHERE}, keyword = {Hyalella azteca,Zinc,Sediment toxicity,Dietary exposure,Selective feeding,ACID VOLATILE SULFIDES,SIMULTANEOUSLY EXTRACTED METALS,FRESH-WATER INVERTEBRATES,TOXICITY TESTS,BOUND METALS,NEANTHES-ARENACEODENTATA,AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES,REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY,AVOIDANCE-RESPONSE,SPIKED SEDIMENTS}, language = {eng}, number = {1}, pages = {84--90}, title = {Single versus combined exposure of Hyalella azteca to zinc contaminated sediment and food}, url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2011.11.066}, volume = {87}, year = {2012 ...
Ericthonius latimanus Ledoyer 1986: 625-628, fig. 238a .. Ericthonius ledoyeri J.L. Barnard & Karaman 1991: 189.. Material. This species is recorded here for the first time in South Africa. It was found in October 2009 in Sodwana Bay, northern KwaZulu-Natal, in algal turfs on Two-Mile Reef, at 22 m depth and is depositied in the Iziko South African Museum under catalogue number SAM A48148.. Remarks. This species was known previously from Madagascar and Mauritius. E. ledoyeri differs from E. brasiliensis and E. pugnax mainly in the form of gnathopod 2: E. ledoyeri having a distinct palm on article 6, and a series of spines on the lower margin of the expanded tooth of article 5. Pereiopod 3 also differs between the species of this genus, having an ovoid article 2 in E. ledoyeri, as opposed to E. brasiliensis, where it is quadrate and E. pugnax, where it has a distinct lobe.. Ericthonius pugnax Dana, 1852, new record. Ericthonius pugnax Ledoyer 1986: 628, fig. 239.. Material. Collected in 1995 from ...
This paper is the first of a series of four, it describes the general outline of a research project on the ecology of Gammarus pulex pulex (Linnaeus, 1758), G. fossarum Koch in Panzer, 1836, and Echinogammarus berilloni (Catta, 1878) in a small French chalk stream, the Slack. The entire study investigates the impact of (changes in) environmental factors on standing crop and migration of these three freshwater gammarids. An account is given of biological and physicochemical research methods used. Special methods to capture both drifting and upstream migrating gammarids were developed. In this first part, data on environmental factors are presented with an emphasis on the seasonal and microgeographic variation they show in this river. Detailed information about the diel variation of some environmental factors is given. After mathematical treatment of the data on environmental factors the Slack is classified in four zones: an unstable headwater, a large stable upper/middle region, a rather polluted ...
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Three species of the amphipod genus Syrrhoe are described from the North Atlantic. The differences between these species are primarily the patterns of serration of the posterior margins of pleonite 3 and urosomite 1 and 2: Syrrhoe affinis has a wide convex space on the posterior margin between the epimeron 3 and the dorsal serration. In Syrrhoe crenulata and Syrrhoe anneheleneae sp. nov. there is only a small notch on the posterior margin of pleonite 3. Syrrhoe anneheleneae sp. nov., otherwise similar to S. crenulata, has an additional serration on the posterior margin of urosomite 1. The inter- and intraspecific distances analyzed from COI confirm the morphological species concept of North Atlantic Syrrhoe.
Migration of Gammarus pulex pulex (Linnaeus, 1758), G. fossarum Koch in Panzer, 1836, and Echinogammarus berilloni (Catta, 1878) has been studied in a small French chalk stream, the Slack. Three different approaches to investigate both up- and downstream migration were used: (1) migration survey, with a sampling program of migration at intervals of two weeks or a month at twelve localities in the river Slack; (2) continuous measurement of migration at three habitats with very stable, normal and very unstable environmental conditions, respectively, lying within 100 m of one another and populated by the same species, G. fossarum; (3) finally, marking experiments in order to identify and trace animals with a given behaviour. Both drift and upstream migration show a considerable microgeographic variation, which is larger for Gammarus than for E. berilloni. During the relatively warm year of 1975, the migration activity of E. berilloni was stronger than in 1974. Upstream migration was concentrated in ...
Temperature is the most pervasive abiotic environmental factor for aquatic organisms. Fluctuations in temperature range lead to changes in metabolic performance. Here, we aimed to identify whether surpassing the thermal preference zones is correlated with shifts in universal cellular stress markers of protein integrity, responses to oxidative stress and lactate content, as indicators of anaerobic metabolism. Exposure of the Lake Baikal endemic amphipod species Eulimnogammarus verrucosus (Gerstfeldt, 1858), Ommatogammarus flavus (Dybowski, 1874) and of the Holarctic amphipod Gammarus lacustris Sars 1863 (Amphipoda, Crustacea) to increasing temperatures resulted in elevated heat shock protein 70 (Hsp70) and lactate content, elevated antioxidant enzyme activities (i.e., catalase and peroxidase), and reduced lactate dehydrogenase and glutathione S-transferase activities. Thus, the zone of stability (absence of any significant changes) of the studied molecular and biochemical markers correlated with the
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Focusing on feeding as an endpoint in ecotoxicological studies is a useful and sensitive tool to detect sub-lethal impacts on individual organisms with relevance to higher levels of organisation (i.e. population and ecosystem levels). Energy availability depends on feeding [[1],[2]], and the energy budget can be considered an indicator of the overall condition of an organism [[3]]. Feeding determines the health of a population because altered growth and reproduction can be instigated by an effect on feeding [[4]-[7]]. Furthermore, reduced feeding can, at weak levels, reduce the possibility of survival due to interference with further sub-lethal effects and, at strong levels, cause death. Beyond secondary impacts of effects on feeding at the population level, feeding activity can play a direct role at the ecosystem level due to its importance for nutrient cycling.. One group of organisms responsible for a high proportion of the nutrient cycling in freshwaters are detritivores like Gammarus due to ...
This species was previously listed as Extinct based on surveys in the 1980s that did not find any A. australis in the wild (Williams and Barnard 1988). Several surveys since this time have rediscovered small populations of A. australis (Doeg et al. 1996, Papas and Crowther 2007). Austrogammarus australis is listed as Vulnerable under the Victorian government Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988. It has an extent of occurrence (EOO) of 35 km2, an area of occupancy (AOO) of 5 km2 and is found at a single location. It is categorised as Critically Endangered based on this highly restricted range, all of which is threatened by degradation of water quality through pollution and invasive species ...
Re-description of Orchestia stephenseni Cecchini, 1928: designation of neotype and senior synonym to Orchestia constricta A. Costa, 1853 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talitridae) by Reversal of Precedence
Polyodra spp. is a small, sedentary, burrowing polychaete worm up to 3 cm long. All Polydora spp. make a U-shaped tube from small particles (Hayward & Ryland, 1995b). Polydora ciliata usually burrows into substrata containing calcium carbonate such as limestone, chalk and clay, as well as shells or oysters, mussels and periwinkles (Fish & Fish, 1996). The sexes are separate and breeding has been recorded in spring in a number of locations. In northern England, it has been recorded to occur from February until June and three or four generations succeed one another during the spawning period (Gudmundsson, 1985). Eggs are laid in a string of capsules that are attached by two threads to the wall of the burrow (Fish & Fish, 1996). After a week the larvae emerge and are believed to have a pelagic life of 2-6 weeks before settling. Length of life is no more than 1 year (Fish & Fish, 1996). Almeda et al. (2009) suggested low filtration rates and low growth rates despite high food availability for ...
WESLAWSKI, J. M., STANEK, A., SIEWERT, A., BEER, N. The Sandhopper (Talitrus saltator, Montagu, 1808) on the Polish Baltic coast. Is it a victim of increased tourism? Oceanological studies. 2000, 29(1), s. 77-87.. This is the first article of a two-part seriesl about the sea and coastal area of the Hel Peninsula, which is located in the Baltic Sea. It provides information about the history of the town and the peninsula, as well as an analysis of the natural habitats of the Hel Peninsula and information about Baltic Sea life. The next section deals with the authors two weeks of field research at the Gdansk University research station in 2013. The results of these research projects will be published in the second part of the series ...
Lowry, J. & Zeidler, W. 2008. Thurstonella, replacement name for the Antarctic amphipod genus Clarencia K.H. Barnard, 1931 (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Thurstonellidae), preoccupied by Clarencia Sloane, 1917 (Insecta, Coleoptera, Carabidae). Zootaxa 1840: 67-68. PDF. ...
Crustaceans possess a diverse array of specialized limbs. Although shifts in Hox gene expression domains have been postulated to play a role in generating this limb diversity, little functional data have been provided to understand the precise roles of Hox genes during crustacean development. We used a combination of CRISPR/Cas9-targeted mutagenesis and RNAi knockdown to decipher the function of the six Hox genes expressed in the developing mouth and trunk of the amphipod Parhyale hawaiensis. These experimentally manipulated animals display specific and striking homeotic transformations. We found that abdominal-A (abd-A) and Abdominal-B (Abd-B) are required for proper posterior patterning, with knockout of Abd-B resulting in an animal with thoracic type legs along what would have been an abdomen, and abd-A disruption generating a simplified body plan characterized by a loss of specialization in both abdominal and thoracic appendages. In the thorax, Ubx is necessary for gill development and for ...
Lowry, J.K. Stoddart, H.E., 2003. Crustacea: Malacostraca: Peracarida: Amphipoda, Cumacea, Mysidacea. In Beesley, P.L. Houston, W.W.K., Editors, Zoological Catalogue of Australia, 19.2B: 1-531. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne 531pp ...
Lowry, J.K. Stoddart, H.E., 2003. Crustacea: Malacostraca: Peracarida: Amphipoda, Cumacea, Mysidacea. In Beesley, P.L. Houston, W.W.K., Editors, Zoological Catalogue of Australia, 19.2B: 1-531. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne 531pp ...
A. A. Myers og J. K. Lowry. A phylogeny and a new classification of the Corophiidea Leach, 1814 (Amphipoda). Journal of Crustacean Biology nr 23 (2), 2003, side 443-485. doi:10.1651/0278-0372 ...
Horton, T. (2013). Corophiidira. In: Horton, T.; Lowry, J.; De Broyer, C.; Bellan-Santini, D.; Coleman, C. O.; Corbari, L.; Daneliya, M.; Dauvin, J-C.; Fišer, C.; Gasca, R.; Grabowski, M.; Guerra-García, J. M.; Hendrycks, E.; Hughes, L.; Jaume, D.; Jazdzewski, K.; Kim, Y.-H.; King, R.; Krapp-Schickel, T.; LeCroy, S.; Lörz, A.-N.; Mamos, T.; Senna, A. R.; Serejo, C.; Sket, B.; Souza-Filho, J. F.; Tandberg, A.H.; Thomas, J.; Thurston, M.; Vader, W.; Väinölä, R.; Vonk, R.; White, K.; Zeidler, W. (2018). World Amphipoda Database. Accessed through: Glover, A.G., Higgs, N., Horton, T. (2018). World Register of Deep-Sea species (WoRDSS) at http://www.marinespecies.org/deepsea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=719477 on 2018-01- ...
Anfípodes são pequenos crustáceos com uma distribuição ao longo de todos os habitats marinhos e de água doce. Echinogammarus marinus (Amphipoda, Gammaridae) é uma espécie amplamente distribuída ao longo da costa europeia, sendo o estuário do Mondego (costa oeste de Portugal) considerado o limite sul da sua distribuição. Estudos prévios determinaram que E. marinus é a espécie mais abundante nos habitats intertidais rochosos, tendo um papel crucial na organização trófica do estuário do Mondego. A ocorrência de intersexualidade tem sido largamente descrita em crustáceos, incluindo populações de E. marinus do norte da Europa e mais recentemente no estuário do Mondego. Dado que esta anomalia traz custos associados, como fecundidade e fertilidade reduzidas, baixo sucesso no emparelhamento, maturação retardada e oscilações na proporção de machos/fêmeas, um dos objectivos deste trabalho foi determinar as possíveis consequências da intersexualidade para as populações de ...
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Members of the order Amphipoda are gonochoric and sexually dimoprhic (males larger than females). Mating behavior: Males locate potential partners with the aid of their antenna to detect the pheromones released by the females; the male then rides or carries the female until the latter is ready to molt. When the female is ready, the male pushes the sperm into the marsupium and releases the female afterwards. A few hours later, the female releases her eggs into the marsupium for fertilization. Life cycle: Eggs are brooded in the marsupium. Eggs hatch into juveniles and remain in the marsupium for a few days. Each species undergo 20 molts at most, i.e., 1-year long life cycle (Ref. 833). ...
Members of the order Amphipoda are gonochoric and sexually dimoprhic (males larger than females). Mating behavior: Males locate potential partners with the aid of their antenna to detect the pheromones released by the females; the male then rides or carries the female until the latter is ready to molt. When the female is ready, the male pushes the sperm into the marsupium and releases the female afterwards. A few hours later, the female releases her eggs into the marsupium for fertilization. Life cycle: Eggs are brooded in the marsupium. Eggs hatch into juveniles and remain in the marsupium for a few days. Each species undergo 20 molts at most, i.e., 1-year long life cycle (Ref. 833). ...
Artifical sand replenishments are globally used as innovative coastal protection measures. In these replenishments elevated pore water concentrations of trace elements are found. This study investigated possible ecotoxicological risks at two intertidal depositional sites, the Sand Engine (SE) as a recent innovative Dutch coastal management project, and a semi-artificial tidal ... read more flat (TF). Using the Sediment Quality Triad approach, we considered three major lines of evidence (LoE): geochemical characterization, toxicity characterization using bioassays with the estuarine amphipod Corophium volutator and ecological field survey. In both depositional areas C. volutator is at risk: moderate (SE) and low (TF). For TF, the bioavailability of trace elements differs between the field site and the laboratory. Contamination from arsenic and copper is present, but the low survival rate of C. volutator from the bioassay suggests presence of additional contaminations. The highly morphological ...
We compared feeding rates of the well-established, non-invasive amphipod Gammarus roeselii with those of the invasive Dikerogammarus villosus at different prey densities and different temperatures in laboratory experiments using chironomid larvae as prey. Feeding rates were very variable in both species but higher in the invader species than in the well-established non-invasive species. These results were age independent. At high temperature (18-20 °C) and high prey density (≥1000 prey m-2) one large adult D. villosus consumed 6-9 prey day-1 on average while one G. roeselii consumed 4-7 prey d-1 and one smaller D. villosus of a length of 8-10 mm consumed 2-5 prey d-1 while one G. roeselii of the same length consumed 3 prey d-1. Predation rate decreased considerably from high (18-20 °C) to low temperature (3±2 °C), from 9 to 4 prey predator-1 d-1 in D. villosus and from 7.5 to 2.5 prey predator-1 d-1 in G. roeselii. We conclude that both gammarids consumed a biomass in the range of 1/2 to ...
Freshwater impoundments at Savannah National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), South Carolina, provide an important habitat for wildlife species, but degraded sediment quality in the Savannah River downstream of the discharge from two impoundments have caused concern about potential contaminant problems within the impoundments. The quality of sediments from five impoundments (impoundments no. 1, 2, 6, 7, and 17) on the NWR was evaluated using physical and chemical characterization, contaminant concentrations (metals, organochlorine pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), and toxicity testing. Survival of Hyalella azteca (freshwater amphipod) exposed for 28 days to solid-phase sediments was not significantly different from controls, but growth was significantly decreased at several sites. Survival in 96-hour exposures to sediment pore water was significantly decreased at most sites. Factors contributing to the toxic responses were low pH (3.7 to 4.1), ammonia (20 mg/L), and
Twenty-one species of acanthocephalans, representative of thirteen genera from ten families of seven orders and three classes, are included in this updated checklist of acanthocephalans in South Africa. Although South Africa appears to have a less diverse acanthocephalan fauna compared to some other countries such as Iran in Asia, or Brazil in South America, this is probably an artefact of fewer parasitological surveys.
Hossain, M.B. & Hughes, L.E. 2016. New species Victoriopisa bruneiensis and Apocorophium acutum (Chevreux, 1908) from Brunei (Crustacea: Peracarida: Amphipoda). Zootaxa 4117(3): 375-386. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4117.3.5. reference page ...
Wenzel MA, Douglas A, James MC, Redpath SM, Piertney SB (2016) The role of parasite-driven selection in shaping landscape genomic structure in red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica). Mol Ecol, 25, 324-341. Piertney SB, Black A, Watt L, Christie D, Poncet S, Collins MA(2016) Resolving patterns of population genetic and phylogeographic structure to inform control and eradication initiatives for brown rats Rattus norvegicus on South Georgia. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 332-339.. Eustace RM, Ritchie H, Kilgallen NM, Piertney SB, Jamieson AJ (2016) Morphological and ontogenetic stratification of abyssal and hadal Eurythenes gryllus sensu lato (Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea) from the Peru-Chile Trench. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 109, 91-98.. Gavan MK, Oliver MK, Douglas A, Piertney SB (2015) Gene dynamics of toll-like receptor 4 through a population bottleneck in an insular population of water voles (Arvicola amphibius). Cons Gen, 16, 1181-1193.. Meyer-Lucht Y, Mulder KP, ...
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Arifin, Zainal, Rahma Puspitasari, and Nobuyuki Miyazaki. 2012. Heavy Metal Contamination in Indonesian Coastal Marine Ecosystems: A Historical Perspective. Coastal Marine Science 38 (1): 227-33. ASTM. 2006. Standard Guide for Conducting Static Acute Toxicity Tests Starting with Embryos of Four Species of Saltwater Bivalve Molluscs. In Annual Book of ASTM Standards 2006. Section Eleven : Water and Environmental Technology. Volume 11.06 Biological Effects and Environmental Fate; Biotechnology, 58-78. Bat, Levent, and Dave Raffaelli. 1998. Sediment Toxicity Testing: A Bioassay Approach Using the Amphipod Corophium Volutator and the Polychaete Arenicola Marina. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 226 (2): 217-39. doi:10.1016/S0022-0981(97)00249-9. Boonyatumanond, Ruchaya, Areerat Jaksakul, Pornthip Puncharoen, and Monthip Sriratana Tabucanon. 2002. Monitoring of Organochlorine Pesticides Residues in Green Mussels (Perna Viridis) from the Coastal Area of Thailand. ...
The oxygen hypothesis, proposed by Chapelle and Peck (Chapelle and Peck, 1999), states that polar gigantism stems from high oxygen availability coupled with low metabolic rates. The authors surveyed maximum body sizes in collections of amphipod crustaceans from different habitats, finding that the size of giants in each locality - defined as the largest 5% of species in each habitat - correlated strongly with potential oxygen availability determined from water temperature (Fig. 5). They concluded that maximum potential size is limited by oxygen availability. The oxygen hypothesis has received considerable attention (see McClain and Rex, 2001; Chapelle and Peck, 2004; Woods and Moran, 2008; Woods et al., 2009; McClain and Boyer, 2009; Klok et al., 2009; Verberk and Bilton, 2011; Verberk et al., 2011) and also considerable support in some taxa, particularly amphipods (e.g. Chapelle and Peck, 2004). Moreover, there is a substantial subset of literature suggesting that atmospheric O2 and ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Finfish and aquatic invertebrate pathology resources for now and the future. AU - Spitsbergen, Jan M.. AU - Blazer, Vicki S.. AU - Bowser, Paul R.. AU - Cheng, Keith C.. AU - Cooper, Keith R.. AU - Cooper, Timothy K.. AU - Frasca, Salvatore. AU - Groman, David B.. AU - Harper, Claudia M.. AU - Law, Jerry M.(Mac). AU - Marty, Gary D.. AU - Smolowitz, Roxanna M.. AU - St. Leger, Judy. AU - Wolf, Douglas C.. AU - Wolf, Jeffrey C.. PY - 2009/3. Y1 - 2009/3. N2 - Utilization of finfish and aquatic invertebrates in biomedical research and as environmental sentinels has grown dramatically in recent decades. Likewise the aquaculture of finfish and invertebrates has expanded rapidly worldwide as populations of some aquatic food species and threatened or endangered aquatic species have plummeted due to overharvesting or habitat degradation. This increasing intensive culture and use of aquatic species has heightened the importance of maintaining a sophisticated understanding of pathology of ...
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Article Bioaccumulation of petroleum hydrocarbons in arctic amphipods in the oil development area of the Alaskan Beaufort Sea. An objective of a multiyear ...
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Ritchie , H , Jamieson , A J & Piertney , S B 2016 , Isolation and Characterization of Microsatellite DNA Markers in the Deep-Sea Amphipod Paralicella tenuipes by Illumina MiSeq Sequencing , Journal of Heredity , vol. 107 , no. 4 , pp. 367-371 . https://doi.org/10.1093/jhered/ ...
A comparative approach was taken in this study to evaluate androgen (androstenedione and testosterone) metabolism in three invertebrate species: the gastropod Marisa cornuarietis, the amphipod Hyalella azteca, and the echinoderm Paracentrotus lividus. The existence of 17β/3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (HSD) and 5α-reductase catalyzed reactions was demonstrated in all three species. Androstenedione was primarily converted to 5α-androstanedione in M. cornuarietis, while it was primarily metabolized to testosterone in P. lividus and H. azteca. In addition, and consistent with vertebrate findings, tissue specific pathways and sexual dimorphism in androgen metabolism were observed. Namely, testosterone was metabolized to dihydrotestosterone in P. lividus gonads (via 5α-reductase), and metabolized to 4-androstene-3β,17β-diol in the digestive tube (via 3β-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase). Furthermore, the synthesis of 17β-reduced metabolites of androstenedione (testosterone and ...
Survival in hypoxia, oxygen-limitation of respiration and effects of hypoxia on precopulatory mate-guarding behavior of the amphipod, Gammarus pseudolimnaeus, were tested to determine if seasonal hypoxia in Lake Taneycomo could be a limiting factor for amphipods in the lake. Currently, the Army Corps of Engineers uses oxygenation procedures at Table Rock Dam to defend 4.0 ppm dissolved oxygen (D.O.) in water entering Lake Taneycomo. However, little information exists to indicate whether this level of oxygenation is sufficient for survival, growth, and reproduction of G. pseudolimnaeus. Male, female, and juvenile amphipods survived 48 hours exposure to dissolved oxygen below the minimum daily average that is currently defended in the lake. Survival of hypoxia below 3.5 ppm was differed among genders and age with females being most sensitive, and juveniles being least sensitive. Sensitivity to hypoxia increased with an increase in temperature. Respiration of adult G. pseudolimnaeus was found to be oxygen
Ph.D. Auckland University. Research Focus: Invertebrate Ecology, Invasive Species Ecology. Office: DK 3024 and PSC 3113. Phone: 703-993-5956. E-mail: Click Here. Dr. Fowlers general research interests and experiences include global aquatic invertebrate species patterns, biodiversity, phenotypic plasticity, parasitology, and community and population level interactions of aquatic invertebrates, especially those concerning invasions. She has experience working in freshwater, estuarine, and marine systems both in the United States and globally. Currently, her laboratory at GMU has three main topics of study: host-parasite interactions, invasion dynamics and processes, and natural resource management of commercially and recreationally important aquatic invertebrate species.. Dr. Fowler teaches courses in Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology and Marine Ecology at the graduate and undergraduate level. She holds an adjunct position at the College of Charleston and is a research associate with the Smithsonian ...
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http://www3.sympatico.ca/azcc/IAzHA.html. About the Breed. The Azteca is the National Horse of Mexico and is the first breed to be developed in Mexico. Until recently the majority of horses in Mexico were descendants of Spanish horses, such as the Galice?o, or imports from Spain or Portugal. The Spanish horse has always been favored in Mexico and the Andalusian was the foundation of the new breed.. Breeding the Azteca began in 1972 by crossing the Andalusian and American Quarter Horse, and some crosses were made between Andalusian stallions and Criollo mares. Early on, some of the leading breeders realized that systematic, scientific breeding was necessary and that the whole process would require a demanding inspection system. Allowing individual breeders to operate completely on their own produced such a variety of types of offspring that there were an insufficient number of common denominators on which to base a new horse breed.. Several considerations were foremost in the minds of the Mexican ...
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Hippocampus minotaur has been trawled from depths of 64 to 110 m on fine sandy or hard bottoms, possibly in association with gorgonian corals (Gomon 1997). Noticeable bud-like processes are present on the dorsal surface of the tail of H. minotaur, reminiscent of those on the body of H. bargibanti that are used for camouflage in soft coral fans. This may suggest that they inhabit gorgonians, but collection information to date has given scant habitat information (Gomon 1997). Little is known about their diet, but other seahorses typically prey on small crustaceans such as mysids, caridean shrimp, copepods, amphipods, and gammarids (Woods 2002, Kitsos et al. 2008). Their reproductive biology is also unknown, but other seahorses are ovoviviparous, and males brood embryos in a pouch prior to giving live birth (Foster and Vincent 2004 ...
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This pilot study shows that some calcrete nodules from the base of palaeosols in the Chinese loess sequences can be dated by U-series isochron methods. The ages obtained suggest that the nodules did not form during interglacial climate stages; rather, they formed either during interglacial/glacial transitions or glacial climate stages. Thus, the nodules appear not to have formed contemporaneously with the soils beneath which they immediately lie but significantly post-date them. Post-pedogenic injection of carbonate into stratigraphically lower horizons is therefore identified. This finding contradicts previous assumptions regarding the timing of nodule formation. Carbon and oxygen isotope analyses of the nodules identify isotopic compositions which independently suggest that climatic conditions cooler and possibly drier than at present prevailed at the time of nodule formation.. ...
Short-term toxicity to fish The lethal concentration (LC50) value of 5-nitrosalicylic acid in fish[Alburnus alburnus] in a 96 hr study on mortality effect was found to be 228.214 mg/L.Thus,considering the CLP Criteria for aquatic classification of the substance , it is concluded that 5-nitrosalicylic acid does not exhibit short term toxicity to fish [Alburnus alburnus]. Long-term toxicity to fish According to annex IX of column I , Long-term toxicity testing on fish need not to be conducted as it is already provided as part of Annex VIII requirements.Therefore this study was considered to be waived. Short-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates The effective concentration (EC50) value of 5-nitrosalicylic acid in aquatic invertebrate (Daphnia Magna) in a 48 hr study on the basis of immobilization effect was estimated to be 244.4349 mg/L. Thus considering the value from CLP Criteria for aquatic classification of the substance, it is concluded that 5-nitrosalicylic acid does not exhibits short term ...
The acute toxicity of the substance to aquatic invertebrates was tested in a guideline study following OECD guideline 202 including analytical monitoring (Safepharm Laboratories Ltd 2002d). Due to the instability of the substance in water the product of hydrolysis was tested. Daphnia magna were exposed to the hydrolysis product for 48 hours in a static test system. An effect concentration (EC50) , 100 mg/L was detected. Therefore, the test substance is with high probability acutely not harmful to aquatic invertebrates. ...
Experimental data for 1,2,3-Propanetriol, homopolymer, diisooctadecanoate (CAS 63705-03-3) are available investigating the short-term toxicity to fish, aquatic invertebrates and algae. No effects on either fish or algae were observed up to the limit of water solubility (, 0.15 mg/L). Available data investigating the short-term toxicity of the substance to aquatic invertebrates resulted in a 48h-EC50 value , 1 and , 10 mg/L (EL50 = 5.05 mg/L based on a statistical analysis performed by qualified scientists of the owner company). The observed EC50 value is much higher than the solubility of the UVCB substance in water (, 0.15 mg/L). Therefore, in accordance to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 Annex XI, 1.5 read across to the structurally similar analogue substances isooctadecanoic acid, mono- and diester with glycerol (CAS No. 97358-80-0) and Glycerides, C16-18 and C18-unsatd. (CAS 67701-30-8) was conducted in order to verify if metabolites of the ester components may have been caused the toxicity. ...
In this process, Macalady and her team discovered a previously unknown form of biofilm growing in the oxygen-deficient portion of the lake. The cave explorers had seen these strange biofilms, says Macalady. So we asked them if they could get us a sample. The Frasassi cave system is located north of Rome and south of Venice in the Marche region. These limestone caves are like New Mexicos Carlsbad Caverns and Lechuguilla Cave, but in those caves, sulfur entered the caves from oil and gas reserves, while in Italy, the sulfur source is a thick gypsum layer below. Having sulfur in the environment allows sulfur-using organisms to grow. The researchers received about the weight of two paper clips of the strange rope to analyze. They reported the results of their DNA sequencing today (December 19) at the American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco. We did not retrieve any sequences for known methane-producing organisms or known methane oxidizers, says Macalady. The researchers did find ...
The Derived No Effect Levels for both inhalation and dermal long-term exposure, systemic effects, are estimated on the basis of the No Observed Effect Level obtained in the subacute combined repeated with the reproduction/developmental toxicity screening test in Rats (Pasics Szakonyiné, 2018). The NOAEL was established as equal/higher than 350 mg/kg body weight/day for systemic toxicity, as well as for reproductive and developmental toxicity. The calculation of DNELs is based on the NOAEL identified, which should be corrected for the differences between effect assessment data and the real human exposure situation, taking into account variability and uncertainty within and between species. In order to correct the interspecies difference between rat and human the No Observed Adverse Effect Level has to be corrected, using the default values for DNEL calculation. No DNEL is derived for inhalation acute exposure, systemic effects, based on the physical state of the substance, inhalation is not an ...
Recorded from coastal waters at sea. Lacustrine, at depths greater than 30 m, in Lake Ladoga commonly at 50-150 m (Ref. 59043). Specimens measuring 36-40 cm are more than 5 years old. Spawns for the first time at 4-6 years (Ref. 59043). Spawns from the end of November to 20 December (Ref. 593). Oviparous (Ref. 205). Eggs are buried in unguarded nests (Ref. 205). Feeds on benthic invertebrates, especially gammarids, molluscs and insect larvae (Ref. 59043). ...
The head of the Dolphin Research Institute points the finger at another group of crustaceans called amphipods; another marine expert speculates it was jellyfish larvae.
The macrozoobenthos (5-30m depth) of Kongsfjord (Svalbard) was quantita-tively investigated by a SCUBA-diver operated airlift system. 63 taxa were found, 30 of which were not reported for Kongsfjord and seven not for Sval-bard before. Suspensivorous or surface and sub-surface detritivorous poly-chaetes and deposit-feeding amphipods were dominant. Only 12 of 45 spe-cies and additional 18 families inhabited the complete depth range (the poly-chaetes Dipolydora quadrilobata, Chaetozone setosa, Euchone analis, Lum-brineris sp., Ophelina sp., Scoloplos armiger, Spio armata, Travisia forbesii, the bivalves Axinopsida orbiculata and Crenella decussata, and the Opisto-branchia Cylichna sp. Clustering the samples showed a significant difference (ANOSIM) between the shallow station (5m) and the rest, the latter formed two subgroups the medium depth stations (10m, 15m, 20m) and the deeper sta-tions (25m, 30m). The biomass ranged from 3.5 to 25.0 g ash free dry mass m-2 and Shannon diversity was 2.06 (SD ...
Adults live in subtidal areas and are rarely found in intertidal areas. They feed on organisms which inhabit encrusting rock growths, with amphipods and hermit crabs being the dominant food items (Ref. 26966). Eggs are hemispherical and covered with numerous sticky threads that anchor them in the algae on the nesting sites (Ref. 240). Larvae are planktonic which occur primarily in shallow, nearshore waters (Ref. 94114). ...
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A new species of the genus Monoliropus belonging to the family Caprellidae was collected from the Yellow Sea, Korea. The new species differs from Monoliropus agilis Mayer, 1903, M. kazemii Momtazi & Sari, 2013, and Triprotella amica Arimoto, 1970 as follows: 1) gnathopod 1 subrectangular; 2) pereonites 2-3 with acute triangular processes anterolaterally; 3) mandibular palp, apical article with four simple setae subdistally. The new species is fully illustrated and extensively compared with related species. This is the first record of the genus Monoliropus from Korean waters. A key to Monoliropus species is also given.
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the Arctic sympagic gammaridean Onisimus nanseni Sars 1900 (Crustacea; Amphipoda). Poster ...
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Barnard JL (1972) A review of the family Synopiidae (=Tironidae), mainly distributed in the deep sea (Crustacea: Amphipoda). ... In: Lowry JK and Myers AA (Eds) Benthic Amphipoda (Crustacea: Peracarida) of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Magnolia Press ... Ruffo S (1993) The Amphipoda of the Mediterranean. Part 3. Gammaridea (Melphidippidae to Talitridae) Ingolfiellidea, ... Lörz AN, Coleman CO (2013) The Marine Fauna of New Zealand and the Ross Sea: Amphipoda, Synopiidae (Crustacea). NIWA ...
  • The freshwater Amphipoda (Crustacea) of New Zealand: a review. (springer.com)
  • Catalogue of the Gammaridean and Corophiidean Amphipoda (Crustacea) of the Southern Ocean, with distribution and ecological data. (marinespecies.org)
  • Crustacea: Amphipoda). (marinespecies.org)
  • The genus Gammarus (Amphipoda) is one of the most speciose genera of Crustacea, yet much uncertainty remains concerning taxonomy and systematic relationships, particularly for brackish and marine forms. (umn.edu)
  • Fuchs L, Coleman CO, Lörz A-N (2019) The genus Syrrhoe (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Synopiidae) from the North Atlantic. (pensoft.net)
  • A Phylogeny and Classification of the Amphipoda with the establishment of the new order Ingolfiellida (Crustacea: Peracarida). (semanticscholar.org)
  • 6:1-19 (2002) Gesellschaft für Biologische Systematik Hyalella armata (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Hyalellidae) and the description of a related new species from Lake Titicaca Exequiel R. González 1, Charles O. Coleman 2 1 Depto. (sportdocbox.com)
  • Key words: Crustacea, Amphipoda, Hyalella, Lake Titicaca, taxonomy Introduction The distinctive fauna of amphipod crustaceans of the genus Hyalella Smith, 1874 in Lake Titicaca has been extensively sampled, but not properly studied. (sportdocbox.com)
  • Naturalis Institutional Repository: Population dynamics of three gammarid species (Crustacea, Amphipoda) in a French chalk stream. (naturalis.nl)
  • Population dynamics of three gammarid species (Crustacea, Amphipoda) in a French chalk stream. (naturalis.nl)
  • 1981). Population dynamics of three gammarid species (Crustacea, Amphipoda) in a French chalk stream. (naturalis.nl)
  • Naturalis Institutional Repository: Freshwater Gammarus species from Europe, North Africa and adjacent regions of Asia (Crustacea-Amphipoda). (naturalis.nl)
  • Freshwater Gammarus species from Europe, North Africa and adjacent regions of Asia (Crustacea-Amphipoda). (naturalis.nl)
  • New species Victoriopisa bruneiensis and Apocorophium acutum ( Chevreux , 1908) from Brunei (Crustacea: Peracarida: Amphipoda). (wikimedia.org)
  • A new species of whale louse (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Cyamidae) found on Cuvier´s beaked whale Ziphius cavirostris. (uib.no)
  • Crustacea: Malacostraca: Peracarida: Amphipoda, Cumacea, Mysidacea. (cmar.csiro.au)
  • The classification of the Amphipoda is however being rearranged to better reflect their phylogeny, the relationships within the suborder Gammaridea having suffered from the most confusion. (wikipedia.org)
  • This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Serejo, Cristiana S. (2004): Talitridae (Amphipoda, Gammaridea) from the Brazilian coastline. (gbif.org)
  • En este estudio se analizó la biodiversidad de los anfípodos (Caprellidea, Gammaridea, Hyperiidea e Ingolfiellidea) en el Mar Caribe , compilándose los registros de especies citadas en las diversas ecorregiones del área, tanto en publicaciones como a través de bases de datos (WoRMS y OBIS). (bvsalud.org)
  • 1995. Una nueva especie de anfipodo cavern cola hadzioideo (Amphipoda, Gammaridea) de Cuba. (tamug.edu)
  • Despite the group's age, however, the fossil record of the order Amphipoda is meagre, comprising specimens of one species from the Lower Cretaceous (Hauterivian) Weald Clay (United Kingdom) and 12 species dating back only as far as the Upper Eocene, where they have been found in Baltic amber. (wikipedia.org)
  • Glyphipterix amphipoda is a species of sedge moth in the genus Glyphipterix. (wikipedia.org)
  • A new species of Caprella (Amphipoda, Caprellidae. (brillonline.com)
  • Three species of marine Amphipoda, Peramphithoe africana, Varohios serratus and Ceradocus isimangaliso, are described as new to science and an additional 13 species are recorded from South Africa for the first time. (scielo.org.za)
  • The benthic marine Amphipoda of Southern Africa were last listed by Griffiths (1976a), but many additional species and records have been documented since that time, principally by Griffiths (1976b,c, 1977, 1979). (scielo.org.za)
  • Zheng Y, Hou Z, Li S (2018) Bogidiella pingxiangensis , a new species of subterranean Amphipoda from southern China (Bogidiellidae). (pensoft.net)
  • I also describe the male of a species of Amphipoda , the female only having been hitherto known. (natlib.govt.nz)
  • The order Amphipoda is one of the most diverse within Peracarids, and comprises 6 950 described marine species. (bvsalud.org)
  • Bach L, Ferguson L, Feltelius V, Sondergaard J (2014) Orchomenella pinguis (amphipoda)-a possible species for heavy metal biomonitoring of marine sediments. (springer.com)
  • Autoradiographic Study of Zinc in Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda) (Q. Xu). (routledge.com)
  • The name Amphipoda comes, via the New Latin amphipoda, from the Greek roots ἀμφί ("different") and πούς ("foot"), in reference to two kinds of legs that amphipods possess. (wikipedia.org)
  • The familial classification ofmarine amphipods has also undergone considerable revision since 1976 and the present list follows the familial structure suggested in the comprehensive review of the families and genera of marine gammaridean Amphipoda by Barnard & Karaman (1991), except where well-accepted subsequent changes in familial taxonomy have taken place. (scielo.org.za)
  • The families and genera of marine gammaridean Amphipoda (except marine gammaroids). (springer.com)
  • Amphipoda is an order of malacostracan crustaceans with no carapace and generally with laterally compressed bodies. (wikipedia.org)
  • No listing of all known South African representatives of the order Amphipoda has been published since that of K.H. Barnard (1940). (scielo.org.za)
  • An updated phyletic classification and palaeohistory of the Amphipoda. (springer.com)
  • El orden Amphipoda es uno de los más diversos dentro de los Peracáridos. (bvsalud.org)
  • Las investigaciones sobre este orden en el Mar Caribe se iniciaron a finales de los años 1800, incrementándose significativamente a partir de 1980. (bvsalud.org)
  • Griffiths, C. I. & B. A. Stewart, 2001: Amphipoda. (springer.com)
  • Census of Antarctic Marine Life: Synopsis of the Amphipoda of the Southern Ocean. (marinespecies.org)
  • Se describe e ilustra una especie nueva de caprélido, Caprella sabineae , a partir de ejemplares recolectados a 600 metros de profundidad en Sagami, Japón, durante la Expedición Dr. Sixten Bock 1914. (brillonline.com)
  • Lowry, J. & De Broyer, C. (2013 onwards) World Amphipoda Database. (eu-nomen.eu)