Crustacea Tanaidacea of the Antarctic and the Subantarctic: by J?rgen Sieg

By J?rgen Sieg

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55'W, 0 m; 8 females, USNM 222959-222969, cruise 712, Sta. 60'W, 0-1 m; 13 females Sta. , cruise 715, Sta. 7'W, no depth; 4 males + 20 females + 1 neuter, cruise 715, Sta. O'W, females, USNM 222973, USNM 222970, 19, 1971, no depth; 1 male + 4 cruise 824, Sta. SYSTEMATICS 45 VERBRE I TUNGSKFtRTEN TFlXON, Zeuxoudes ohttpC tSTEBBIN8, 19151. Fig. 23. Distribution of Zeuxoidesohlini (Stebbing, 1914). 00,S podite. 9'W, 90-135 tance. The shapeof the remnants of the laci- 222952,ship unknown,Sta. 69-6A, April 16, 1969, 53ø30'48"S70ø50'33"W,0-1 m; 5 females character that allows a definite determination [Sieg, 1980a, p.

0'W, 263-285 m; 1 female, USNM 222729, cruise 783, Sta. G, July 18, 1978, 42•54'S 64•23'-64•30'W, 20-50 m. Distribution. The species inhabits the Magellanic and Antarctic subregion (Figure 21). up to 300 m. It to areas from the Kerguelen occurs intertidally the Islands to depths Subfamily PANCOLINAE Sieg, 1980 Tribe Pancolini Sieg, 1980 Genus Pancoloides Sieg, 1980 Pancoloides litoralis (Vanh•ffen, 1914) Bibliography and s¾•onymy. Sieg [1980a, pp. 134, 140, 1983a, pp. 249-250]. Material. 17 females + 6 neuters, USNM 222870, cruise 712, Sta.

The present data emphasize that Synapseudesideos is another species of the Magellanic subregion + 24 neut- + 7 manca-I + 13 fragments, USNM222917, cruise 715, Sta. 0 '- 20). Synapseudes ideos appears to have a broad depth range. ). This great depth range is uncommon for the genus Synapseudes, which normally occurs in shallow waters, and therefore even if S. ideos also was collected at 303-358 m (Sta. 917), the depth record of Sta. 875 is somewhat questionable. The sample of Synapseudes ideos by Gardiner [1973a] was taken at the beginning of February and was characterized by a high percentage of copulatory females having marsupia containing eggs or embryos [Gardiner, 1973a, p.

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