|Krill off Bouvetöya and in the southern Weddell Sea with a description of larval stages of Euphausia crystallorophias|
Fevolden, S.-E. (1980). Krill off Bouvetöya and in the southern Weddell Sea with a description of larval stages of Euphausia crystallorophias. Sarsia 65(2): 149-162
In: Sarsia. University of Bergen. Universitetsforlaget: Bergen. ISSN 0036-4827, more
In the austral summer 1978/79 samples of krill were taken off Bouvetöya and in the southern Weddell Sea. E. superba was the dominant species, but the population pattern indicates that the individuals found there were expatriates from other areas. For the first time larvae of E. superba were found in significant amounts in the southern Weddell Sea. Except from shallow water and the most southern position, they were equal in abundance to the larvae of E. crystallorophias. Larval stages of the latter are described as is the successive spawning that takes place among the three species of krill found in the southern Weddell Sea.
- Antarctic Euphausiacea occurrence data from Norwegian Antarctic Research Expedition 1979, more