ON SOME PACIFIC SPECIES OF LABIDOCERA AND STEPHOS REPORTED BY C. B. WILSON (1950) 1) BY ABRAHAM FLEMINGER Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, U.S.A. Among the reports on distribution of epiplanktonic copepods in the Pacific Ocean, two posthumous publications of the late Dr. C. B. Wilson contribute a majority of the published geographical localities for much of the known fauna. The earlier of these reports (1942), dealing with the results of the "Carnegie" Expedition of 1929, presents lists of copepod species for 124 stations scattered over the north and south Pacific; in all 263 species are cited including four that are described as new. The later report (1950) treats the copepods collected by the R/V "Albatross" from more than 250 localities distributed over the Pacific Ocean (plus several from the Atlantic Ocean). The "Albatross" report presents locality data for 472 species including 23 that are described as new. Since the appearance of these publications there have been at least five instances where re-examination of specimens from the Wilson Collection, deposited in the United States National Museum (USNM), has shown the need to correct specific and generic determinations recorded by Wilson (Vervoort, 1950; Fleminger & Bowman, 1956;
Crustaceana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1965
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