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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Arthropods (excl. insects)  Crustaceans

Fauna Ibérica, Volume 33: Crustacea: Copépodos Marinos II: Non Calanoida

Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
Series: Fauna Ibérica Volume: 33
By: Francisco Vives Galmes(Author), Alexandra A Shmeleva(Author)
486 pages, 209 b/w line drawings, tables
Fauna Ibérica, Volume 33: Crustacea: Copépodos Marinos II: Non Calanoida
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Language: Spanish

This Fauna Ibérica monograph is devoted to the marine copepods (not calanoids) and it is the second part of the study of marine Copepoda found throughout the Iberian and Balearic area.

This work deals with the orders not included in the previously published Fauna Ibérica Volume 29 (Crustacea, Copépodos Marinos I. Calanoida, Vives y Shmeleva, 2007): Cyclopoida (27 species), Harpacticoida (21 species), Misophrioida (11 species), Monstrilloida (21 species), Mormonilloida (2 species), Platycopioida (1 species), Poecilostomatoida (115 species) and Siphonostomatoida (6 species).

This volume is illustrated by 209 figures and begins with the general characteristics of the orders considered (those of the great group of copepods were already pointed out in the aforesaid volume).

It continues with the systematic relationships of the Iberian species (more than 200) and keys for identifying orders, families, genera and species including the description of the morphological characters of each of the species mentioned, as well as data on the geographical distribution and biology of the species and the updated bibliography used in this monograph.

Lastly, the nomenclatural appendix provided a meticulous review of the scientific nomenclature and the glossary supposes a help for the not specialized readers.

Summary in Spanish:
Esta Monografía de Fauna Ibérica está dedicada a los Copépodos marinos no Calanoides y constituye la segunda parte del estudio de los Copépodos marinos del ámbito íbero-balear.

En ella se tratan los órdenes no incluidos en el volumen 29 de Fauna Ibérica (Crustacea, Copépodos Marinos I. Calanoida, Vives y Shmeleva, 2007): Cyclopoida (27 especies), Harpacticoida (21 especies), Misophrioida (11 especies), Monstrilloida (21 especies), Mormonilloida (2 especies), Platycopioida (1 especie), Poecilostomatoida (115 especies) y Siphonostomatoida (6 especies).

El volumen está ilustrado con 209 figuras y comienza haciendo referencia a las generalidades de los órdenes tratados en este volumen (las del gran grupo de los Copépodos ya fueron mencionadas en el volumen antedicho).

La obra continúa con la relación sistemática de las más de 200 especies ibéricas, claves para la identificación de órdenes, familias, géneros y especies y la descripción de los caracteres morfológicos, así como datos sobre la distribución geográfica y la biología, de cada una de las especies citadas; además de una completa y actualizada bibliografía.

Por último, el Apéndice de Nomenclatura proporciona una cuidada revisión de la nomenclatura científica de los diversos táxones, y el Glosario supone una ayuda para los lectores no especializados.

Contents

Introducción
Copépodos marinos ibéricos (no Calanoides)
Clave de órdenes
Clave general de familias

    Orden Platycopioida
    Familia Platycopiidae
    Orden Cyclopoida
    Familia Cyclopinidae
    Familia Oithonidae
    Orden Harpacticoida
    Familia Aegisthidae
    Familia Clytemnestridae
    Familia Ectinosomatidae
    Familia Euterpinidae
    Familia Miraciidae
    Familia Rometidae
    Familia Rotundiclipeidae
    Familia Superornatiremidae
    Familia Tisbidae
    Orden Misophrioida
    Familia Misophriidae
    Familia Palpophriidae
    Familia Speleophriidae
    Orden Monstrilloida
    Familia Monstrillidae
    Orden Mormonilloida
    Familia Mormonillidae
    Orden Poecilostomatoida
    Familia Corycaeidae
    Familia Lubbockiidae
    Familia Oncaeidae
    Familia Sapphirinidae
    Familia sin determinar
    Orden Siphonostomatoida
    Familia Megapontiidae
    Familia Pontoeciellidae
    Familia Rataniidae
    Bibliografía

Apéndice 1. Nomenclatura: Lista de sinónimos y combinaciones
Apéndice 2. Glosario
Índice alfabético de nombres taxonómicos de Copepoda non Calanoida marinos íbero-baleares

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key Monograph
Series: Fauna Ibérica Volume: 33
By: Francisco Vives Galmes(Author), Alexandra A Shmeleva(Author)
486 pages, 209 b/w line drawings, tables
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