The faunistic composition of pelagic ostracods of regions situated to the north and northwest of the d’Urville Sea (60°–65°S, 148°–136° and 136°–113°E) is largely similar to that of the area adjacent to the Somov Sea at the same latitudes. Alacia hettacra is the most abundant species here; Austrinoecia isocheira, Boroecia antipoda, and Obtusoecia antarctica are common species. The maximum abundance of pelagic ostracods is observed in the 100–200 m depth range; the largest contribution to it is contributed by A. hettacra. The number of species increases with increasing depth. The 64°–65°S region between 148° and 113° E is regarded as the northern boundary of the “Polar Antarctic zone.”
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 21, 2011
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