Terrestricythere elisabethae, Horne & Smith & Whittaker & Murray, 2004, Horne & Smith & Whittaker & Murray, 2004

Horne, David J., Smith, Robin J., Whittaker, John E. & Murray, John W., 2004, The first British record and a new species of the superfamily Terrestricytheroidea (Crustacea, Ostracoda): morphology, ontogeny, lifestyle and phylogeny, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 142 (2), pp. 253-288: 276-277

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.1111/j.1096-3642.2004.00134.x

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Terrestricythere elisabethae
status

 

LIFESTYLE OF TERRESTRICYTHERE ELISABETHAE  

SP. NOV.

Habitat

Terrestricythere elisabethae   sp. nov. has been recovered from the high part of the intertidal and salt marsh zones of two small tidally influenced rivers on the south coast of England. The habitats are shady and north facing and have patches of reeds growing along the mud banks of the rivers ( Fig. 18 View Figure 18 ). Oak and other deciduous trees grow just above the intertidal zone at both localities; trees overhang and provide

An1, antennule L5, fifth limb

An2, antenna L6, sixth limb Limb resembling that of the adult

Md, mandible L7, seventh limb Anlage of the limb

Mx, maxillula F, furca