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Новые данные о систематичесkом положении неkоторых глубоkоводных мизид (Mysidacea, Crustacea) и об их распределении в водах Mирового Okeaha = New data on systematic position of some deep-sea mysids (Mysidacea, Crustacea) and their distribution in the World Ocean
Tchindonova, Y.G. (1981). Новые данные о систематичесkом положении неkоторых глубоkоводных мизид (Mysidacea, Crustacea) и об их распределении в водах Mирового Okeaha = New data on systematic position of some deep-sea mysids (Mysidacea, Crustacea) and their distribution in the World Ocean, in: Vinogradova, N.G. (Ed.) Biology of the Pacific Ocean depths. Proceedings of the XIV Pacific Science Congress, Khabarovsk, August 1979, Section Marine Biology, Series 1. pp. 24-33
In: Vinogradova, N.G. (Ed.) (1981). Biology of the Pacific Ocean depths. Proceedings of the XIV Pacific Science Congress, Khabarovsk, August 1979, Section Marine Biology, Series 1. Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Far East Science Centre: Vladivostok. , more

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Keywords
    Deep sea; Mysidacea [WoRMS]; Marine

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  • Tchindonova, Y.G.

Abstract
    The taxonomic position of Mysidacea was revised. There were established: two suborders Petalophthalmina subor. nov. and Stygiomysina subor. nov.; the family Boreomysidae fam. nov. with the genus Birsteiniamysis gen. nov.; and the new tribe Amblyopsini tr. nov. (subfam. Mysinae), including 8 deep-sea genera. The subfamily Mysimenziesinae subf. nov. was established. Bathymetric and geographical distributions were studied in 7 deep-sea benthic genera. Four genera showed a bipolar pattern of distribution, Distribution of species was mostly local, the number of species was low. Only the genus Mysimenzies was endemic for the abyssal and ultra-abyssal, other genera were eurybathic. Species of one genus from various bathymetric zones, even of close geographic areas, differ morphologically more distinctly than do those inhabiting the same depths of geographically remote areas.

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