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Marine Invertebrate from Argentina, Uruguay and Chile

Latest version published by ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico on Nov 17, 2016 ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico

Data on invertebrate taxa were obtained from available literature, technical reports, databases, museum data collections and from the NaGISA project in the case of Golfo Nuevo rocky shore invertebrates. It should be taken into account that the data presented here does not represent a revision of the identifications. Species must be evaluated through the material deposited in museum collections or by searching the species in the locality or area that they were cited. However, and although data presented must be verified by experts of each group, these results should reflect the current knowledge of marine invertebrate biodiversity in the analyzed area. Georeferences are consigned as latitudinal and longitudinal ranks when a continuous distribution is assumed, and with data-points in case of discontinuous distribution.

Data Records

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How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Bigatti G (2015): Marine Invertebrate from Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. v1.4. ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico. Dataset/Occurrence. http://arobis.cenpat-conicet.gob.ar:8081/resource?r=arobis-marineinvertebrate&v=1.4

Rights

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The publisher and rights holder of this work is ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial (CC-BY-NC) 4.0 License.

GBIF Registration

This resource has been registered with GBIF, and assigned the following GBIF UUID: f0c3a31b-df3b-4670-ac1d-0c58d13e1420.  ArOBIS Centro Nacional Patagónico publishes this resource, and is itself registered in GBIF as a data publisher endorsed by Ocean Biogeographic Information System.

Keywords

Occurrence; marine invertebrate; Argentina; Uruguay; Chile; biodiversity

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Gregorio Bigatti
Researcher
Centro Nacional Patagónico - CONICET Bv. Almirante Brown 2915 U9120ACD Puerto Madryn Chubut AR +54 280 4883184 (int. 1273)

Who can answer questions about the resource:

María Valeria Retana
Post-doctoral fellowship
Centro Nacional Patagónico - CONICET Bv. Almirante Brown 2915 U9120ACD Puerto Madryn Chubut AR +54 280 4883184 (int. 1242)
María Rosa Marin
Professional support to research
Centro Nacional Patagónico - CONICET Bv. Almirante Brown 2915 U9120ACD Puerto Madryn Chutut AR +54 280 4883184 (int. 1202)

Who filled in the metadata:

María Rosa Marin
Professional support to research
Centro Nacional Patagónico - CONICET Bv. Almirante Brown 2915 U9120ACD Puerto Madryn Chubut AR +54 280 4883184 (int. 1202)

Who else was associated with the resource:

Programmer
Renato Mazzanti
Coordinator of the Information Management Unit
Centro Nacional Patagonico-CONICET Bv. Almirante Brown 2915 U9120ACD Puerto Madryn Chubut AR +

Geographic Coverage

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Bounding Coordinates South West [-73, 4.5], North East [3, 173]

Sampling Methods

Platform: FIELD SURVEYS; FIXED OBSERVATION STATIONS; FIELD INVESTIGATION. Instrument: MICROSCOPES; VISUAL OBSERVATIONS; CAMERA .

Study Extent --
Quality Control The data presented here does not represent a revision of the identifications and must be verified by experts of each group.

Method step description:

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Bibliographic Citations

  1. Alonso de Pina, G.M., 1980. Anfipodos de la ria Deseado (Santa Cruz - Argentina). In Contribución Científica, (ed. INTI), pp. 15 pp. Buenos Aires: CIBIMA.
  2. Barattini, L.P. & Ureta, E.H., 1961. La fauna de las costas uruguayas del este (Invertebrados). Montevideo: Museo Damaso Antonio Larranaga.
  3. Bastida, R., Roux, A. & Martinez, D.E., 1992. Benthic communities of the Argentine continental shelf. Oceanologica Acta, 15(6), 687-698.
  4. Bernasconi, I. & D' Agostino, M., 1971. Ofiuroideos argentinos. Clave para los órdenes, subórdenes, familias, subfamilias y géneros. Physis, 30.
  5. Bernasconi, I., 1973. Asteroideos Argentinos. VI. Familia Asterinidae. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia" e Instituto Nacional de Investigacion de las Ciencias Naturales, Hidrobiologia. 3(4), 335-346.
  6. Bonino de Langguth, V., 1979. Nota sobre moluscos holocenos y actuales de la costa Atlántica del Uruguay. Comunicaciones de la Sociedad Malacológica del Uruguay, 5(36), 71-99.
  7. Burton, M., 1940. Las esponjas marinas del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales (Parte I). Anales del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, 40(6), 95-121.
  8. Castellanos, Z.J.A.d., 1971. Faunula de moluscos del complejo bentónico de Mar del Plata. Revista del Museo de La Plata (Nueva Serie), 11 Zoologia(95), 37-57.
  9. Genzano, G.N. & Zamponi, M.O., 1997. Frequency of study and diversity of benthic Hydrozoa of the Argentine Continental Shelf. Ciencias Marinas, 23(3), 285-302.
  10. Gutt, J. & Starmans, A., 1998. Structure and biodiversity of megabenthos in the Weddell and Lazarev Seas (Antarctica): ecological role of physical parameters and biological interactions. Polar Biology, 20, 229-247.
  11. Lopez-Gappa, J. & Landoni, N.A., 2005. Smaller host size and monopolization of space in Patagonian scallops, Psychrochlamys patagonica, covered by the sponge Iophon proximum. Journal of the Marine Biological Associations of the U K, 87, 927–931.
  12. Pallares, R.E. & Hall, M.A., 1974. Análisis bioestadístico-ecológico de la fauna de copepodos asociados a los bosques de Macrocystis pyrifera. Physis, 33(86), 275-319.
  13. Ríos, C., Mutschke, E. & Morrison, E., 2003. Benthic sublitoral biodiversity in the Strait of Magellan, Chile. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía, 38(1), 1-12.
  14. Scarabino, F., 2003. Lista sistemática de los gastropoda terrestres vivientes de Uruguay. Comunicaciones de la Sociedad Malacológica del Uruguay, 8(78-79), 203-214.
  15. Scarabino, F., 2006. Faunística y taxonomía de invertebrados bentónicos marinos y estuarinos de la costa uruguaya. In Bases para la conservación y el manejo de la costa uruguaya, (eds. R. Menafra, L. Rodríguez-Gallego, F. Scarabino and D. Conde), pp. 143.
  16. Spivak, E.D., 1997. Los crustáceos decápodos del Atlántico sudoccidental (25°- 55°S): distribución y ciclos de vida. Investigaciones Marinas, 25, 69-91.

Additional Metadata

marine, harvested by iOBIS

Alternative Identifiers http://arobis.cenpat-conicet.gob.ar:8081/resource?r=arobis-marineinvertebrate