The occurrence of Rhincalanus gigas, Calanoides acutus, and Calanus propinquus (Copepoda: Calanoida) in late May in the area of the ... View Full Text


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1993-02

AUTHORS

Victor H. Marin, Sigrid B. Schnack-Schiel

ABSTRACT

The Antarctic copepod species Rhincalanus gigas, Calanoides acutus and Calanus propinquus were studied in the area of the Antarctic Peninsula in May 1986. Research was focussed on vertical distribution and stage composition of the populations. Rhincalanus gigas occurred in greatest densities in the upper layers of the water column, and copepodite stages CI and CII and nauplii dominated the population. Gut content analyses suggest that R. gigas was actively feeding. Copepodite stage CV dominated the Calanoides acutus population. At two deep basin stations (water depth>1000 m) the C. acutus population occurred below 500 m, whereas at shallower stations the majority was found above 300 m. Most specimens had empty guts. Calanus propinquus occurred in low densities, mainly in the upper water layers, and copepodite stage CV dominated. Most individuals of stage V had food in their guts. Our results suggest that C. acutus had ceased feeding and was overwintering in a resting stage (diapause), while C. propinquus and R. gigas were still active, the latter species having finished a late autumn spawning. More... »

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35-40

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