2 edition of Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea, collected by John Rattray found in the catalog.
Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea, collected by John Rattray
|Statement||by Thomas Scott ; read 2 February, 1893.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|Contributions||Rattray, John, 1858-1900.|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QL444.E6 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 1-161, 15 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||161|
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– Supporters of Dominican preacher Girolamo Savonarola collected and publicly burned thousands of vanity items such as cosmetics, art, and books in Florence, Italy. – Napoleonic Wars: Two evenly matched French and British frigates fought for four hours at the Îles de Los off the coast of Guinea, resulting in a stalemate. John Rattray, , , F.R.S.E. Thomas Scott (q.v.), in his large "Report of all the Entomostraca obtained in the tow-net gatherings collected by Mr. John Rattray, in the Gulf of Guinea, while engaged as naturalist on board the Telegraph Steamer 'Buccaneer', " left a memorial in the copepod Centraugaptilus rattrayi (T.
The collection data given by Esterly ( ) are as follows: 32°' N °' W, station , J , fathoms to surface, open net vertical tow. This specimen was compared to one collected in the Atlantic Ocean from the following locality: 39°58' N 66°30' W, J , fathoms to surface, open net tow. During the month collection period,Hemicyclops always appeared as naupliar stages andSaphirella as immature copepodite stages at 3 stations in the middle and lower clops nauplii were abundant during late spring and summer, with a seasonal maximum of /m3 in late spring at the upstream ella stages were observed .
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Report on Entromostraca from the Gulf of Guinea, collected by John Rattray / Scott, John Rattray and Linnean Society of London. Abstract "Read 2 February, "Includes bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Crustacea, Entomostraca.
Publisher: London. Report on the Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea collected by John Rattray, B. Trans. Linn. Soc. London, (Zool.) 6 (2): Sobre el hallazgo. Abstract. Aspects of the female genital segment with and without attached couplers and enclosed spermatophores are studied of Gaussia specimens collected by John Rattray book in the SW Atlantic and SE Pacific.
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(of Miracia minor Scott T., ) Scott, T. Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea, collected by John Rattray, Transactions of the Linnean. The purpose of this application, under Articles and of the Code, is to conserve the widespread usage of the name Halectinosoma Vervoort, for a common genus of primarily marine harpacticoid copepods in the family ectinosomatidae.
The name Halectinosoma is threatened by the senior subjective synonym Pararenosetella Lang, (type species. Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea collected by John Rattray BSc. Trans Linn Soc London Series 2., 6: 1 –[Google Scholar]) based on specimens collected from the Gulf of Guinea.
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Epub Report on exploratory trawling (June - January ) Priol, E. ()* gabonais et congolais en collection au Centre: d'Océanographie de Pointe-Noire: Repelin, R.
() Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea, collected by John Rattray, B. Sedletskaya, V. () Abstract. During the month collection period,Hemicyclops always appeared as naupliar stages andSaphirella as immature copepodite stages at 3 stations in the middle and lower clops nauplii were abundant during late spring and summer, with a seasonal maximum of /m 3 in late spring at the upstream station.
Saphirella stages were observed. Ghana (/ ˈ ɡ ɑː n ə / ()), officially the Republic of Ghana, is a country along the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West ng a land mass ofkm 2 (92, sq mi), Ghana is bordered by the Ivory Coast in the west, Burkina Faso in the north, Togo in the east, and the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean in the south.
SCOTT, T. Report on Entomostraca from the Gulf of Guinea collected by John Rattray. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology 6: [ Links ] WALKER-SMITH, G.K. A new species of Quinquelaophonte (Crustacea: Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Laophontidae) from Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia.
tropical Pacific, Gulf of Guinea, North Atlantic, North Sea, Malay Archi-pelago, Gulf of Maine and Gulf of Gascogne. On the west coast of America it is probable that there is a continuous deep water distribution extending at least from southern California to the Straits of Juan de Fuca from whence only a single haul taken in July is at hand.
pygmaeus (Claus, ) by Scott () for specimens from the Gulf of Guinea was synonymized by Vervoort () to Parvocalanus scotti. His decision was based on the material of the "Atlantide Expedition" from the Niger Delta.
Verheye et al. () included P. scotti among the dominant copepod species of the community of the Benguela Current.BOARD OF NATURAL RESOURCES State of Maryland Department of Research and Education On Four Species of Copepoda New to Chesapeake Bay, with a Description of a New Variety of Paracalanas.r, (, CHARLES C.
DAVIS January, Publication No. 61 Chesapeake Biological Laboratory Solomons TsIand, MaryIand.Coordinates: 7°49′N 1°03′W / °N °W / ; Ghana (/ˈɡɑːnə/ (listen)), officially the Republic of Ghana, is a country along the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean, in the subregion of West Africa.
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