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Jellinek, T. & Swanson, K.M. (2003). Report on the taxonomy, biogeography and phylogeny of mostly living benthic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from deep-sea samples (Intermediate Water depths) from the Challenger Plateau (Tasman Sea) and Campbell Plateau (Southern Ocean), New Zealand. Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft. 558:1-329.
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Jellinek, T. & Swanson, K.M.
2003
Report on the taxonomy, biogeography and phylogeny of mostly living benthic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from deep-sea samples (Intermediate Water depths) from the Challenger Plateau (Tasman Sea) and Campbell Plateau (Southern Ocean), New Zealand
Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft
558:1-329
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From October 16th – November 12th 1998, a multinational group of researchers was involved in the scientific cruise no. SO 136 of the German research vessel RV 'Sonne'. The voyage began in Wellington/New Zealand and ended in Hobart/Tasmania. During this cruise, from 37 stations a total of 167 samples were recovered along transsects on the Challenger and Campbell Plateaux, the Emerald Basin and the Tasman Rise. With respect to the ostracod faunas, the epibenthic sledge produced samples in which both diversity and specimen numbers were high. Because the opportunity to work on such a large and diverse extant deep-sea ostracod fauna is rare, the authors made the decision to work exclusively on samples which had been recovered east of the Emerald Basin [Challenger and Campbell Plateaux; the samples west of the Emerald Basin are the subject of a PhD Thesis study (Munich University)]. In total, some 150 species of about 40 genera have been discriminated. The main objective of this study was to focus on those ostracod species for which large numbers and/or soft appendages were available. This has resulted in the discrimination of a total of 92 species from 31 genera. 42 of these species are introduced as new to science (46 % of the total number of species). Furthermore, one family, eight genera and one subgenus are introduced as new taxa. The phylogenetic and biogeographic implications of the soft anatomies and distribution of some families are also discussed in detail (Trachyleberididae and Hemicytheridae especially).
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Abyssophilos Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Abyssophilos ktis Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Apatihowella Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Apatihowella (Fallacihowella) Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 accepted as Fallacihowella Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Apatihowella (Fallacihowella) caligo Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 accepted as Fallacihowella caligo Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Apatihowella (Fallacihowella) sol Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 accepted as Fallacihowella sol (Jellinek & Swanson, 2003) (original description)
Bradleya claudiae Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Bradleya cupa Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Bradleya glabra Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Bradleya opima Swanson, 1979 (additional source)
Bradleya pelasgica Whatley, Downing, Kesler & Harlow, 1984 (basis of record)
Bradleya silentium Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Bythoceratina hornibrooki Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Bythoceratina powelli Hornibrook, 1952 (basis of record)
Cytheralison tehutui Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Debissonia Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Debissonia fenestrata Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Harleya Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Macrocyprina campbelli Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Macropyxis sonneae Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Macropyxis thiedei Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Macroscapha procera Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Miracythere speciosa Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
Philoneptunus gigas Jellinek & Swanson, 2003 (original description)
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