4 edition of The Ostracode family Cypridinidae and the genus Pterocypridina found in the catalog.
The Ostracode family Cypridinidae and the genus Pterocypridina
Kornicker, Louis S.
Bibliography: p. 21.
|Statement||Louis S. Kornicker.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 379|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 379, QL444.O85 .S54 no. 379|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||82019266|
The ostracod family Cylindroleberididae is based on the genus Cylindroleberis Brady, , and has a complicated nomenclatural history. The type species of Cylindroleberis is Cypridina mariae Baird, Baird described only the carapace, which had been considered lost. Amsterdam Expeditions to the West Indian Islands, ). Repo 25, 26, 34 through In all, eight papers, 7 on Ostracods (all by Nico W. Broodbakker) from West Indian Islands, totalling pages with 76 figs; CR €
Cypridinidae is the only family that contains species of which males perform specific mating displays. This family contains 28 genera and more than species (Morin ). 26 of these species are known to be luminescent and have been named, but it is estimated that there are luminescent species of the family Cypridinidae out there. The display consisting of four vertical spots, or diagonal lines, sounds very much like the mating display of ostracods (also spelled ostracodes) of the family Cypridinidae (genus: Vargula, also called Cypridina etc). These tiny "seed shrimp" are about the size of a mustard seed, and their body is enclosed between two clam-like valves.
Type genus of the family first (or of subfamily when subfamilies are recognized) then other genera by chronological order of description (and alphabetical order). Type species of the genus first by chronological order (and alphabetical order), with last listed misapplied names in a light gray font. Family: Cylindroleberididae Müller, Genus: Nasunaris gen. nov. Derivation of name: Latin nasus (nose) + naris (nostril); alluding to the prominent rostrum and rostral incisure. Gender, feminine. Diagnosis: Cylindroleberididae with a well-developed elongate rostrum and ovoid rostral incisure and a prominent caudal siphon. Pedunculate.
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Get this from a library. The Ostracode family Cypridinidae and the genus Pterocypridina. [Louis S Kornicker; Smithsonian Institution.
Press.]. The Ostracode Family Cypridinidae and the Genus Pterocypridina. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number29 pages, 9 figures, 4 plates, 2 tables, —A classification of the Cypridinidae is proposed based on the morphology of the suckers on the b- and c-bristles of the 1st antenna of the adult male.
Two new species of. Get this from a library. The Ostracode family Cypridinidae and the genus Pterocypridina. [Louis S Kornicker]. The Ostracode family Cypridinidae and the genus Pterocypridina Louis S. Kornicker （Smithsonian contributions to zoology, no.
） Smithsonian Institution Press, Cohen and Kornicker () presented a catalog of species of the Rutidermatidae that had been published prior to March The present contribution includes one additional subfamily, one additional genus, and twelve additional species (one new) and, also, keys to subfamilies, genera, and species, illustrations of carapaces, tables giving characteristics of appendages, and maps showing Cited by: 1.
Cohen A, C. Rearing and postembryonic development of the myodocopid ostracode Skogshergia lerneri from coral reefs of Belize and the l of Crrgenus Vargula (Myodoeopida. Cypridinidae) from the San Bias region of Panama. Of course this still leaves open the question: Is it "ostracod" or "ostracode".
Classification for Gigantocypris agassizii Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Class Ostrocoda Order Myodocopida Family Cypridinidae Genus Gigantocypris Species Gigantocypris agassizii ( ). A new genus Anysrius is proposed for two new species from Tasmania, Australia: A. chamberlini (type species) and A.
brochus. Anysrius represents the sister-genus to the northern hemisphere genus. Ostracode crustacean with but also pointed out the polyphyletic nature of the most diverse Cypridinidae genus Vargula. Their relationship and the position of Heterodesmus within family.
The Trachyleberididae is one of the most diverse families of the Ostracoda in Mesozoic to present-day marine environments. Its type genus is Trachyleberis Brady,first described on the basis of specimens collected alive.
Unfortunately the identity and morphological characteristics of the type species of Trachyleberis have long been the subject of confusion resulting from. The carapace must therefore conform to the body shape and be articulated in its dorsal part.
The nearly globular shape is an exception. It evolved in the largest living ostracode genus, Gigantocypris (see Fig.
34B), a form up to 23 mm long, which is extremely well adapted to a pelagic life. Photeros annecohenae is a bioluminescent species of cypridinid ostracod found in night, male P. annecohenae ostracodes produce an elaborate species-specific display in order to attract females.
These displays occur as a series of rapid flashes in an upward direction, above shallow grassbeds. This Genus currently has 15 taxonomic siblings (listed below) and an expanded tree of 16 members (self + siblings + sub-siblings).
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Description of a new species of the genus Cypridopsis Brady, (Crustacea: Ostracoda)from Iraq. The word ostracod(or Ostracode) is derived from the Greek word ostrakon (a shell).The body of (13). In the Cypridinidae the shell valves are strong and calcified(9). Ø They are the common zooplanktons of marine environment.
Ø Flattened body plan. Ø Body is covered by bivalve like shell. Ø Shell may be chitinous or calcareous. Ø Body consists of head and thorax.
Ø Head and thorax separated by a small constriction. Ø Abdomen usually absent Ø Clear body segmentation absent. Ø Head is the largest body segment. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. a diagnosis of the genus based on three spe-cies, of which the adult male was known for only one species, and he considered the refer-ral of one of the species doubtful.
Kornicker () reviewed the genus, including two ad-ditional species, and proposed an informal Pterocypridina Group based on the presence Figure4. Cypridinidae is a family of ostracods, containing the following genera: Amphisiphonostra Poulsen, Pterocypridina Poulsen, ; Rheina Kornicker, ; Rugosidoloria Kornicker, ; Media related to Cypridinidae at Wikimedia Commons; Data related to Cypridinidae at Wikispecies This Ostracod.
The nonmarine ostracod genus Cypridea s.l., characterized by an antero-ventral “beak” (rostrum and alveolus) in both valves, achieved high diversity and global distribution in the Early Cretaceous but declined in the Late Cretaceous and became extinct during the Paleogene.
Although it clearly belongs to the Superfamily Cypridoidea (Order Podocopida, Suborder Cypridocopina), the precise. The Ostracode Families Bythocytheridae, Healdiidae, and Bairdiocyprididae in the Pennsylvanian of the Appalachian Basin on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Based on a comparison of the internal musculature of the fifth and sixth limbs of the cypridinid ostracode Isocypridina quatuorsetae, it is tentatively concluded that the sixth limbs of members of the Cypridinidae are biramous, each bearing an exopod represented by a cluster of small bristles (setae) and an endopod with two protopod contains a coxa with two endites .On a new species of the genus Cyprinotus (Crustacea, Ostracoda) from a temporary wetland in New Caledonia (Pacific Ocean), with a reappraisal of the genus The New Caledonia archipelago is known for its high level of endemism in both faunal and floral groups.