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guide to the marine isopod crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica

Richard C. Brusca

guide to the marine isopod crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica

by Richard C. Brusca

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Published by Universidad de Costa Rica in San José, Costa Rica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Isopoda -- Costa Rica,
  • Crustacea -- Costa Rica

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 67-77.

    StatementRichard C. Brusca, Ernest W. Iverson.
    SeriesRevista de biología tropical -- v. 33, suppl. 1
    ContributionsIverson, Ernest W., Universidad de Costa Rica.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL444.M34 B78
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 77 p., :
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14788465M

    Brusca, R C, and Iverson, E W. A guide to the marine isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica. Rev Biol Trop, 33, Guide to authors; Editorial policies; Heredity. ISSN (online). Buy Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of the Caribbean by Brian Kensley, Marilyn Schotte online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.

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Guide to the marine isopod crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica by Richard C. Brusca Download PDF EPUB FB2

BRUSCA: A Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica 5 of latitude. Lowest salinities within this water are found in the Gulf of Panama and off the coast of Colombia, where salinity varies from 34°/oo to less than 30°/oo at the end of the rainy season (Bennett, ).

Guide to the marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica. [San Jose]: Universidad de Costa Rica, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. A Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica Article (PDF Available) in Revista de biologia tropical January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Richard Brusca.

A Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropi Supplement Brusca, R. and B. Wallerstein. Zoogeographic patterns of idoteid isopods in the northeast Pacific, with a review of shallow-water zoogeography for the region. Brusca RC, Iverson EW () A guide to the marine isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica.

Rev Biol Trop 33(Suppl 1):1–77 Google Scholar Brusca RC, Wilson GDF () A phylogenetic analysis of the Isopoda with some classificatory recommendations. from book Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, A Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica new species, infests U. spinigera (Smith, ) on the Pacific coasts of Gosta.

Aspects of population biology of the marine isopod Excorallana tricornis occidentalis Richardson, (Crustacea: Isopoda: Corallanidae) at Cano Island, Pacific Costa Rica. Bull. Bull. Mar. DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY OF ISOPODS (CRUSTACEA: PERACARIDA: ISOPODA) OF THE PACIFIC COAST OF MEXICO Ma.

del Carmen Espinosa-Perez and Michel E. Hendrickx Unidad AcoiMmica Mazatldn, Instituto de Ciendas del Mary Limnolo^a, UNAM, P.O. Box Mazatldn, Sinaloa, M&dco [email protected] ABSTRACT The Pacific coast of Mexico extends from. Guide to the marine isopod crustaceans of the Caribbean / Pages; Table of Contents Search Inside This Book: Results For: Click/Shift+Click pages to select for download.

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Crustaceans (Oregon to Southeast Alaska) Click on photo to enlarge. Scale line in photo equals 1cm unless otherwise specified. Notations refer to how often they can be found intertidally by beachgoers in the Northwest plus their full habitat range.

The present paper is the first record of idoteid isopods from the Colombian Pacific waters. The genus Cleantioides Kens and Kaufman R.C. & E. Iverson. A guide to the marine isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica, Rev. Biol. Trop, 33 Supplement 1: Brusca, R.

& B. Wallerstein. The marine isopod crustaceans of the. A Guide to the Marine Isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropi Supplement Bunkley-Williams, L.

and E. Williams, Jr. New records of Hawaiian fish-associated isopods and a list of known species. CRUSTACEANS. Costa Rica has over species of marine decapod (crabs, shrimps and lobsters), making them among the country's major marine animal groups.

On land, Halloween crabs (Gecarcinus quadratus) (pictured) are commonly encountered in lowland forest on the Pacific coast. These crabs are an important influence structuring coastal forest.

Sea Life in Costa Rica Boasting over 1,km ( miles) of shoreline on both the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, Costa Rica has a rich diversity of underwater flora and fauna. Whale shark (Rhincodon typus) — Although the whale shark grows to lengths of 14m (45 ft.) or more, its gentle nature makes swimming with one a special treat for divers.

Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact Us. A new genus and species of sphaeromatid isopod (Crustacea) from Atlantic Costa Rica Regina Wetzer and Niel L.

Bruce Knowledge of the Pacific Costa Rican isopod fauna rests with Brusca & Iverson's summary. The greater Caribbean re­ gion is covered by the publications of Kens-ley (), the field guide of Kensley & Schotte () and. Isopoda is an order of crustaceans that includes woodlice and their relatives.

Isopods live in the sea, in fresh water, or on land. All have rigid, segmented exoskeletons, two pairs of antennae, seven pairs of jointed limbs on the thorax, and five pairs of branching appendages on the abdomen that are used in s brood their young in a pouch under their thorax.

Isopod, any member of the order Isopoda (class Crustacea), a group of diverse, widely occurring forms including marine, freshwater, and terrestrial species. Most are free-living, but a number of marine species are parasitic on other animals.

They are usually inconspicuous. Most of A guide to the marine isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica. Rev. Biol. Trop. 33 (Suppl. 1) Brusca, R. and M. Ninos. The status of Cirolana californiensis Schultz and Cirolana deminuta Menzies and George, with a key to the California species of Cirolana (Isopoda: Cirolanidae).

Poore Gary CB, Bruce Niel L. Global diversity of marine isopods (except Asellota and crustacean symbionts) PLoS One. ; 7 (8):e doi: / [PMC free article] Smit NJ, Bruce NL, Hadfield KA. Global diversity of fish parasitic isopod crustaceans of. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.Introduction.

Isopods are generally small crustaceans, usually with seven pairs of legs that range in size from micrometres (Microcerberidae) to nearly 50 centimetres (Bathynomus).Their name, meaning "like-foot" or similar (iso) and foot (pod), probably comes from early zoologists' familiarity with the common terrestrial "slaters" or "woodlice" (other names: cloportes, pissebedden.Brusca RC and Iverson EW () A guide to the marine isopod Crustacea of Pacific Costa Rica.

Rev Biol Trop –77 Google Scholar Brusca RC and Wallerstein BR () Zoogeographic patterns of idoteid isopods in the Northeast Pacific, with a review of shallow water zoogeography of the area.