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Monstrilloid copepods: the best of three worlds
Suárez Morales, Eduardo ;
Contenido en: Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences Vol. 117, no. 2 (Aug. 2018), p. 92-103 ISSN: 0038-3872
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Monstrilloids are one of the most intriguing groups of copepods. Their complex life cycle represents the successful evolutionary outcome of dealing with three distinct kinds of habitat, viz., planktonic, benthic, and endoparasitic, each of which presents particular challenges that have been overcome by monstrilloids. These copepods combine a unique set of strategies and adaptations to complete their life cycle. The non-feeding planktonic adult phase lacks mouthparts and their antennules are fixed, thus limiting their swimming abilities but they compensate for this handicap by having powerful swimming legs and probably generate a very distinct hydrographic signal that may be useful in avoiding predators and allowing sexual recognition between adult males and females. Parasitizing exclusively on abundant, gregarious sessile or sedentary benthic organisms represents an advantage in that potential hosts can be found without the need for long-distance dispersal. The endoparasitic stages of monstrilloids are unique; after infection by an early planktonic nauplius, successive nauplioid stages feed on their own vitellum while developing feeding tubes to absorb nutrients from their hosts. They grow within the host’s body as successive copepodite stages that are contained in a protective sheath. Preadult individuals exit through the host body wall causing significant host damage or death, behaving in these instances as parasitoids. The diversity of the group appears to be underestimated, and extensive geographic areas remain completely unknown for this group of copepods.More effort will be required to advance our knowledge of monstrilloid diversity and biology that are yet to be revealed.


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A new caligid copepod species, Pupulina mantensis sp. n. is described based on female and male specimens collected from the gills of the myliobatid elasmobranch Aetobatus cf. narinari Euphrasen, 1790 captured off the Pacific coast of Ecuador. The new species has a unique combination of characters that diverges from its known congeners, including: (i) weakly developed posterolateral processes on the genital complex; (ii) large spines on posterior surface of maxilliped basis (iii) abdomen slender, unsegmented, approximately 1/2 length and 1/5 width of genital complex; (iv) third exopodal segment of leg II with single long naked spine adjacent to minute, naked lateral spine; (v) velum of leg II with adjacent patch of denticles; (vi) caudal rami slightly less than half the length of genital complex; (vii) post-antennal process with robust, posteriorly directed tine, sclerotized stump posterolaterally, and two multi-sensillate papillae located on or near base of process (viii) post-oral process oval. The overall prevalence of P. mantensis sp. n. on its host was 37.5% and its mean abundance was 1.87 specimens per host. This is the second record of the genus Pupulina from Ecuador and the second record of Pupulina infecting rays of the Myliobatinae genus Aetobatus, of the subfamily Myliobatinae, after its discovery on A. ocellatus in Australia, thus confirming this expansion of its previously known host range to a new elasmobranch subfamily.


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Planktonic phases in symbiotic copepods: a review
Ohtsuka, Susumu ; Madinabeitia, Ione (coaut.) ; Yamashita, Hirofumi (coaut.) ; Venmathi Maran, Balu Alagar (coaut.) ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ; Ho, Ju-shey (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Bulletin, Southern California Academy of Sciences Vol. 117, no. 2 (Aug. 2018), p. 104-119 ISSN: 0038-3872
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In symbiotic copepods, most naupliar stages are typically planktonic, playing a primary role in dispersal, while the first copepodid usually represents the infective stage. Later copepodid stages, including adults, are associated with host organisms. Many symbiotic copepods have abbreviated life cycles, with a reduced number of naupliar stages and two different feeding habits. These patterns are presumably related to distinct life cycles strategies. Exceptional cases are exemplified by members of theMonstrillidae and Thaumatopsyllidae, both of which are protelean parasites, with infective nauplii and non-feeding planktonic adults. In the Caligidae, the life cycle follows a generalized pattern, but adults of many species like Caligus undulatus seem to exhibit a dual mode of life involving host switching. Adults leaving the first host become temporarily planktonic before attaching to the final host. This dual mode of life is also found in adults of the Ergasilidae. Abbreviation of the planktonic phase is characteristic for some symbiotic taxa, thus suggesting that they have evolved to become highly efficient in locating and infecting new hosts without needing long-distance larval dispersal. The life cycle of copepods associated with zooplankters is also briefly reviewed. Zooplankters are clearly less used as hosts by copepods than benthic invertebrates. It is likely that symbiotic copepods dynamically utilize planktonic phases in their life cycle, thus maintaining the balance between dispersal, host location, reproduction, and predator-avoidance strategies.


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Notes on halicyclops (Copepoda, Cyclopoida, Cyclopidae) from Colombia and the western Caribbean: a new record with a key to species of Group "B" sensu Rocha (1991)
Fuentes Reinés, Juan Manuel ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Peruana de Biologia Vol. 25, no. 2 (May 2018), p. 141-146 ISSN: 1561-0837
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Se registran tres especies de microcrustáceos de aguas salobres; son copépodos ciclopoides del género Halicyclops procedentes de un sistema costero en el norte de Colombia: H. exiguus Kiefer, 1934, H. venezuelaensis Lindberg, 1954 y H. hurlberti Rocha, 1991. La primera especie tiene una variación intraespecífica que merece estudios más profundos. El hallazgo de la última especie es conocida sólo en el Pacífico Tropical Oriental, representa un registro nuevo para Colombia y la cuenca del Mar Caribe en el Atlántico tropical noroccidental. Con el hallazgo de H. hurlberti, la cantidad de especies de Halicyclops reconocidas en la región Neotropical y Colombia aumenta a 20 y 5, respectivamente. La diversidad regional del género probablemente está subestimada. Se proporciona una clave para las especies del género que pertenecen al grupo “B” sensu Rocha (1991).

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Three species of brackish waters microcrustaceans are herein recorded; they belong to the cyclopoid copepod genus Halicyclops and were collected from a coastal system in northern Colombia: H. exiguus Kiefer, 1934, H. venezuelaensis Lindberg, 1954, and H. hurlberti Rocha, 1991. The former has intraspecific variations that deserve further study. The finding of the latter species, previously known from the Eastern Tropical Pacific, represents a new record for Colombia and the Caribbean Sea Basin in the Northwestern Tropical Atlantic. With the finding of H. hurlberti the number of species of Halicyclops known from the Neotropical region and Colombia increases to 20 and 5, respectively. The regional diversity of the genus is probably underestimated. A key to species of the genus belonging to group “B” sensu Rocha (1991) is also provided.


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Recognition and partial solution of nomenclatural issues involving copepods of the family Monstrillidae (Crustacea: Copepoda: Monstrilloida)
Grygier, Mark J. ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Zootaxa Vol. 4486, no. 4 (Oct. 2018), p. 497–509 ISSN: 1175-5326
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This work seeks to expose and clear up nomenclatural irregularities involving copepods of the order Monstrilloida, family Monstrillidae. The diagnostic text related to Monstrilla minuta Isaac, 1974 and four nominal species of Thaumaleus Krøyer, 1849 (now Cymbasoma Thompson, 1888) proposed by Isaac in 1974 is sufficient for all names to be available from their original description except for Thaumaleus similirostratus, which was proposed conditionally in 1974 and was first made available by Isaac in 1975; “similirostris” as used by Grygier in 1995 is an incorrect subsequent spelling. Four other specific names proposed in 1975 by Isaac, but disclaimed by him as nomina nuda (an action permitted retroactively by the Fourth Edition of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature) have never been made available. By quoting the necessary information from Isaac’s doctoral dissertation, two of them are validated herein under the names Thaumaleus frondipes Isaac in Grygier & Suárez-Morales, sp. nov., and Strilloma scotti Isaac in Grygier & Suárez-Morales, sp. nov., and are immediately reassigned as new combinations to Cymbasoma and Monstrilla Dana, 1849, respectively. A fifth such name, Thaumaleus tumorifrons, has already been made available under the authorship of Suárez-Morales, 1999, but its females are excluded from the type series; the spelling of the specific name of the new species recently proposed for those females, Cymbasoma mediterranea Suárez-Morales, Goruppi, Olazabal & Tirelli, 2017, is emended to mediterraneum to match the gender of the genus. For Cymbasoma bowmani Suárez-Morales & Gasca, 1998, the “Form B” female mentioned in the original description is excluded from the type series.

The authorship and date of availability of Haemocera (currently Cymbasoma) morii depends on which language version of Article 13.1.1 of the Code is followed; a ruling by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature under Article 87 of the Code is necessary to resolve the matter. The composition of the type series of Cymbasoma bullatum (Scott, 1909) in terms of both number and sex has become unclear; its type locality is restricted herein to the vicinity of Obi Island in the Moluccas. Despite a published statement to the contrary, the syntype series of Cymbasoma germanicum (Timm, 1893) included specimens from other localities than just Helgoland. The type series of Cymbasoma guerrerense Suárez-Morales & Morales-Ramírez, 2009 consists only of the holotype, which was mistakenly reported under the wrong registration number. The supposed invalidity of Monstrilla capitellicola Hartman, 1961 is discussed. Monstrilla javensis Isaac, 1974, nomen nudum, has remained unavailable owing to lack of adherence to Article 16.1 of the Code by later authors; the specific name is made available herein, under Suárez-Morales’ authorship, in the combination Cymbasoma javense sp. nov. The taxonomic (and eventual nomenclatural) question of the status of M. mariaeugeniae Suárez-Morales & Islas-Landeros, 1993 vis à vis M. wandelii Stephensen, 1913, i.e. as a separate species or a subspecies of the latter, remains unsettled. Cymbasoma lenticula Suárez-Morales & McKinnon, 2014 and Monstrillopsis boonwurrungorum Suárez-Morales & McKinnon, 2014 are fixed herein as the correct original spellings of those two specific names. Resolution of the problem posed by assignment of the specific name reticulata to supposedly non-conspecific males and females in the genus Monstrillopsis Sars, 1921 requires the designation of a neotype by the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature.


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Two new species of Diarthrodes (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Dactylopusiidae) from the Caribbean coast of Colombia
Suárez Morales, Eduardo ; Fuentes Reinés, Juan Manuel (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad Vol. 89, no. 2 (2018), p. 365-374 ISSN: 1870-3453
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Muestras biológicas obtenidas en un sistema costero del norte de Colombia produjeron los primeros registros de especies de copépodos harpacticoides del género Diarthrodes Thomson, 1883 para Colombia. En esta contribución se describen 2 nuevas especies de este género basadas en especímenes machos y hembras. Diarthrodes bodini sp. nov., miembro del grupo I (sensu Gómez et al., 2008), parece estar más cercanamente relacionado con D. latisetosus Chislenko, 1978 pero difiere en la ornamentación de los urosomitas, la relación longitud / ancho de la P1 ENP, la longitud relativa de la espina interna de P1 ENP1, la longitud relativa del ENP de P3 y P4, los detalles de la armadura de la P5 de la hembra y el receptáculo seminal, así como en los detalles de la P2ENP2 y en la segmentación de la anténula del macho. La segunda especie, D. gomezi sp. nov. pertenece al grupo IV; es único entre sus congéneres al poseer 7 elementos setales en P3-P4EXP3. Se asemeja a D. minutus (Claus, 1863) en varios caracteres pero difiere en la longitud relativa de la seta interna de P1ENP1, la armadura de las P1EXP2 y P5 de la hembra, la estructura del P2 ENP2 modificado del macho y en la armadura del P5EXP masculino. Estas 2 especies nuevas representan los primeros registros del género en Colombia y la segunda y tercera especies conocidas en el Caribe. El número de especies en el género es ahora de 45.

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Biological samples obtained from a coastal system of northern Colombia yielded the first record of the harpacticoid copepod genus Diarthrodes Thomson, 1883 for Colombia by the presence of 2 new species. We describe the new species based on male and female specimens. Diarthrodes bodini sp. nov., a member of group I (sensu Gómez et al., 2008), appears to be most closely related to D. latisetosus Chislenko, 1978 but differs in the ornamentation of the urosomites, the length/width ratio of the P1 ENP, the relative length of the inner spine of P1 ENP1, the relative length of P3 and P4 ENP, details of the female P5 armature and seminal receptacle, and details of the male P2ENP2 and antennule segmentation. The second species, D. gomezi sp. nov. belongs to group IV; it is unique among related congeners in possessing 7 setal elements on P3-P4EXP3. It resembles D. minutus (Claus, 1863) but diverges in the relative length of the inner seta of P1ENP1, the armature of the female P1EXP2 and P5, the structure of the modified male P2ENP2, and the armature of the male P5EXP. These 2 new species represent the first records of the genus from Colombia and the second and third species known from the Caribbean. The number of species in the genus is now 45.


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Annual egg production rates of calanoid copepod species on the continental shelf of the Eastern Tropical Pacific off Mexico
Kozak, Eva Rose ; Franco Gordo, María del Carmen (coaut.) ; Palomares García, Ricardo (coaut.) ; Gómez Gutiérrez, Jaime (coaut.) ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science Vol. 184 (January 2017), p. 138–150 ISSN: 0272-7714
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We provide the first estimations of calanoid copepod egg production rates (EPR) in the Eastern Tropical Pacific over an annual cycle (January–December 2011). Gravid females were collected twice monthly and incubated for 12 h without food to estimate EPR, weight-specific fecundity (Gf), spawning success (SS, percentage of females to spawn out of the total species incubated per month and season) and egg hatching success (EHS). This study reports the average EPR of 10 species and the monthly EPR and Gf of four planktonic calanoid copepods (Centropages furcatus, Temora discaudata, Pontellina sobrina, and Nannocalanus minor) that spawned with enough frequency to infer their seasonal reproductive patterns. These species showed distinct seasonal reproductive strategies. Most copepod species spawned sporadically with large EPR variability, while three copepod species reproduced throughout the year (C. furcatus, T. discaudata and P. sobrina) and N. minor spawned only during the mixed period (Feb–May). The four species had relatively similar average EPR (C. furcatus 16, T. discaudata 18, P. sobrina 13, and N. minor 12 eggs fem−¹ day−¹). These are the first EPR estimations of P. sobrina and its previously known reproductive period is expanded. A Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) was used to analyze EPR and species abundance of all calanoid copepods (40 spp.) collected throughout the time series in relation to temperature, salinity, mixed layer depth (MLD), dissolved oxygen, and chlorophyll a (Chl-a) concentrations to identify the variables that best explained the copepod abundance variability.

Temperature, Chl-a, and salinity had the strongest effect on the biological variables, linked to seasonal and episodic upwelling-downwelling processes in the surveyed area. As a result of moderate upwelling events and seasonal variation of environmental conditions, it appears relatively few species are capable of maintaining continuous reproduction under the relatively higher temperatures and strong fluctuations of food availability that exist in this coastal habitat of the Eastern Tropical Pacific.


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Complementary description and record of Neocyclops ferrarii (Cyclopidae: Halicyclopinae) from northern Colombia
Fuentes Reinés, Juan Manuel ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Acta Biológica Colombiana Vol. 22, no. 1 (enero-abril 2017), p. 59-65 ISSN: 1900-1649
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El copépodo ciclopoide intersticial Neocyclops ferrarii Rocha, 1995 fue encontrado en muestras litorales obtenidas de la bahía Rodadero, al norte de Colombia. Los especímenes de Colombia comparten las características diagnósticas de N. ferrarii de la descripción original. Sin embargo, los especímenes colombianos muestran cierta variación con respecto al material tipo en: 1) el número de dientes en el labro; 2) la longitud de la espina exopodal externa de la pata 5 de la hembra; 3) la longitud relativa de las setas del palpo mandibular; 4) la relación largo/ancho de la rama caudal; 5) la longitud proporcional de las setas caudales VI / III; 6) la longitud proporcional de las setas caudales VII / VI; 7) la talla del macho; 8) la relación largo/ancho de la rama caudal del macho. Este es el segundo registro de esta especie después de su descripción original en aguas de Belice. En la región Caribe N. ferrarii se asemeja más estrechamente a N. vicinus Herbst, ambos poseen exópodo antenal, anténulas con 12 segmentos en la hembra, la fórmula P3ENP3 de 3, III, pero difieren en la proporción de la rama caudal en la hembra, la longitud de las setas caudales VI / III y VII / VI, el tamaño del macho, el número de segmento de P4ENP, en detalles del armamento del palpo mandibular y en el número de segmentos de la P5 del macho. Esta es la segunda especie de Neocyclops registrada en Colombia y representa una expansión de la distribución conocida de N. ferrarii en la Cuenca del Caribe.

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The interstitial cyclopoid copepod Neocyclops ferrarii Rocha, 1995 was found in samples obtained from littoral areas of Rodadero Bay, northern Colombia. The specimens from Colombia share the diagnostic features of N. ferrarii presented in the original description. However, the Colombian specimens show some degree of variation with respect to the type material in: 1) the number of teeth in the labrum; 2) the length of outer exopodal spine on female leg 5; 3) the relative length of the mandibular palp setae; 4) length/width ratio of caudal rami; 5) the length ratio of caudal setae VI/III; 6) the length ratio of caudal setae VII/VI; 7) the male body size; 8) the male caudal rami length/width ratio; 9) This is the second record of this species after its original description from Belizean waters. In the Caribbean region N. ferrarii most closely resembles N. vicinus Herbst, both of them bear an antennary exopod, a 12-segmented female antennule, P3ENP3 armature formula 3,III, but can be separated from the latter by difference in the length/width ratio of the female caudal ramus, the length ratio of caudal setae VI/III, the length ratio of caudal setae VII/VI, the male body size, the number of segment of P4ENP, the armature details of mandibular palp and the number of segments of male P5. This is the second species of Neocyclops recorded from Colombia and represents a distributional range expansion of N. ferrarii in the Caribbean Basin.


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Complementary description of Ergasilus arthrosis Roberts, 1969 (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida: Ergasilidae), a new parasite of cichlid teleosts in southeast Mexico
Jiménez García, María Isabel ; Suárez Morales, Eduardo (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Systematic Parasitology Vol. 94, no. 1 (January 2017), p. 81–90 ISBN:1573-5192
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During a parasitological survey of the ichthyofauna of Lake Catemaco, a freshwater system in the Mexican State of Veracruz, the widespread copepod Ergasilus arthrosis Roberts, 1969 was recovered from two cichlid teleosts, Mayaheros urophthalmus (Günther) and Oreochromis sp. This is the first confirmed record of this copepod species outside of the United States and from Mexico; its finding as a parasite of cichlids represents an expansion of the known host range for this copepod. The local prevalence and intensity of infection of E. arthrosis was highest in M. urophthalmus. The infection prevalence of E. arthrosis on M. urophthalmus (60%) was higher than that known for other ergasilids on cichlids. Ergasilus arthrosis can be distinguished from its closest congener E. lizae Krøyer, 1863 by the morphometry of the antennary segments, the ventral ornamentation of the thoracic sclerites and by details of the antennulary setation, but also by its habitat and host preferences. Taxonomic illustrations and morphological details of the specimens examined are also provided together with comments on the variability of this species.


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The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project
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Contenido en: Ecology and Evolution Vol. 7, no. 1 (January 2017), p. 145–188 ISSN: 2045-7758
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The PREDICTS project-Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems (www.predicts.org.uk)-has collated from published studies a large, reasonably representative database of comparable samples of biodiversity from multiple sites that differ in the nature or intensity of human impacts relating to land use. We have used this evidence base to develop global and regional statistical models of how local biodiversity responds to these measures. We describe and make freely available this 2016 release of the database, containing more than 3.2 million records sampled at over 26,000 locations and representing over 47,000 species. We outline how the database can help in answering a range of questions in ecology and conservation biology. To our knowledge, this is the largest and most geographically and taxonomically representative database of spatial comparisons of biodiversity that has been collated to date; it will be useful to researchers and international efforts wishing to model and understand the global status of biodiversity.