|Notes on brachiopods from the North Atlantic|
Zezina, O.N. (2008). Notes on brachiopods from the North Atlantic, in: Gebruk, A.V. (Ed.) Benthic fauna of the northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge: results of the MAR-ECO expedition. Marine Biology Research, 4(1-2): pp. 157-159
In: Gebruk, A.V. (Ed.) (2008). Benthic fauna of the northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge: results of the MAR-ECO expedition. Marine Biology Research, 4(1-2). Taylor & Francis: UK. 163 pp., more
In: Marine Biology Research. Taylor & Francis: Oslo; Basingstoke. ISSN 1745-1000, more
Geographical distribution; Home range; New species; Brachiopoda [WoRMS]; Megerlia King, 1850 [WoRMS]; Marine
Three species of brachiopods from the North Atlantic were identified in the collections of the RV G.O. Sars (MAR-ECO, Cruise 2004) and the RV Meteor (Cruise 36, 1975). Macandrevia (Notorygmia) africana Cooper, 1975 was for the first time found in the northern Atlantic. For Novocrania anomala (Müller, 1776) the southernmost point of distribution on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge has been established. Specimens of Megerlia echinata (Fischer & Oehlert, 1890) were found in the middle part of the species area of distribution, off Cape Bojador.