Contribution to the Biology of the Deep-Sea Swimming Crab Bathynectes Maravigna (Prestandrea, 1839) (Decapoda, Pontunidae) in Waters of the Canary Islands (Central-East Atlantic)

Contribution to the Biology of the Deep-Sea Swimming Crab Bathynectes Maravigna (Prestandrea,... CONTRIBUTION TO THE BIOLOGY OF THE DEEP-SEA SWIMMING CRAB BATHYNECTES MARAVIGNA (PRESTANDREA, 1839) (DECAPODA, PONTUNIDAE) IN WATERS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS (CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC) BY J. J. CASTRO 1,3 ) , V. HERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA 1 ) , A. T. SANTANA-ORTEGA 1 ) , C. CUYÁS 1 ) , E. ALMONACID 2 ) , J. L. HERNÁNDEZ-LÓPEZ 1 ) and R. CUSCÓ 1 ) 1 ) Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Edif. de Ciencias Básicas, Campus de Tafira, E-35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain 2 ) Instituto de Fomento Pesquero (IFOP), C/Enrique Abello, 0552, Punto Arena, Chile ABSTRACT Two exploratory trap fishing surveys were carried out from February to April, and from June to July 2003, respectively, at depths ranging between 200 and 1200 m, with the objective to evaluate deep fishery resources of the Canary Archipelago. Bathynectes maravigna was relatively frequent in catches, as an indication of its abundance in deep waters off the Archipelago (0.15 gram per fishing hour; SD = 0.45). This crab was captured in the whole range of depths sampled, although its highest biomass was found between 600 and 1000 m (0.22 gram per fishing hour; SD = 0.55), on http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Crustaceana Brill

Contribution to the Biology of the Deep-Sea Swimming Crab Bathynectes Maravigna (Prestandrea, 1839) (Decapoda, Pontunidae) in Waters of the Canary Islands (Central-East Atlantic)

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© 2011 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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10.1163/001121610X546760
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CONTRIBUTION TO THE BIOLOGY OF THE DEEP-SEA SWIMMING CRAB BATHYNECTES MARAVIGNA (PRESTANDREA, 1839) (DECAPODA, PONTUNIDAE) IN WATERS OF THE CANARY ISLANDS (CENTRAL-EAST ATLANTIC) BY J. J. CASTRO 1,3 ) , V. HERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA 1 ) , A. T. SANTANA-ORTEGA 1 ) , C. CUYÁS 1 ) , E. ALMONACID 2 ) , J. L. HERNÁNDEZ-LÓPEZ 1 ) and R. CUSCÓ 1 ) 1 ) Departamento de Biología, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Edif. de Ciencias Básicas, Campus de Tafira, E-35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain 2 ) Instituto de Fomento Pesquero (IFOP), C/Enrique Abello, 0552, Punto Arena, Chile ABSTRACT Two exploratory trap fishing surveys were carried out from February to April, and from June to July 2003, respectively, at depths ranging between 200 and 1200 m, with the objective to evaluate deep fishery resources of the Canary Archipelago. Bathynectes maravigna was relatively frequent in catches, as an indication of its abundance in deep waters off the Archipelago (0.15 gram per fishing hour; SD = 0.45). This crab was captured in the whole range of depths sampled, although its highest biomass was found between 600 and 1000 m (0.22 gram per fishing hour; SD = 0.55), on

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