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A representative of the genus Dendrogaster (Cirripedia: Ascothoracica) parasitic in an Antarctic starfish. Quaternary sea-level highstands are ideal benchmarks to estimate tectonic uplifts considering altitude differences along the coast.
A representative of the genus Dendrogaster (Cirripedia: Ascothoracica) parasitic in an Antarctic starfish. The Sangamonian highstand, corresponding to the Marine Isotopic Stage 5, is the most helpful indicator for these purposes as it is more easily preserved and spanning a record of 120,000 years. The Mid-Holocene highstand leads to errors assigned to tidal-range variations, estuarine floods, and meteorological effects; however, its maximum altitudes could confirm faster uplifting rates.
The Antarctic Convergence lies south of the southernmost tip of South America . Biology of the Antarctic Seas III. American Geophysical Union, Washington, .
Grygier MJ (1981) A representative of the genus Dendrogaster new record (Cirripedia, Ascothoracica) parasitic in an Antarctic starfish Acodontaster conspicuous. Antarct Res Ser 32:1–15CrossRefGoogle Scholar. pp 91–99Google Scholar. Dendrogaster argentinensis, new species, a South American sea-star parasite (Crustacea: Ascothoracida). Proceeding of the Biological Society of Washington, 97, 43–48.
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Summary This paper is a revision of the most primitive genus of the Ascothoracida, Synagoga Norman. They have the most generalized sperm morphology known in Crustacea. Several species of Dendrogaster have flagellat. More). The three previously described species, S. mira Norman, 1888 (the type), S. metacrinocola Okada. Petrarca okadai, a new crustacean (maxillopoda: ascothoracica) from the great barrier reef, the first shallow-water record of the genus.
The largest plants are mosses, and the largest animals that do not leave the continent are a few species of insects
The largest plants are mosses, and the largest animals that do not leave the continent are a few species of insects. Although most of the continent is covered by glacial ice sheets, ice-free areas comprising approximately . % of the continental land mass are discontinuously distributed around the coastal margins.
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