2018
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.791.22587
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Marine invertebrate biodiversity from the Argentine Sea, South Western Atlantic

Abstract: The list of marine invertebrate biodiversity living in the southern tip of South America is compiled. In particular, the living invertebrate organisms, reported in the literature for the Argentine Sea, were checked and summarized covering more than 8,000 km of coastline and marine platform. After an exhaustive literature review, the available information of two centuries of scientific contributions is summarized. Thus, almost 3,100 valid species are currently recognized as living in the Argentine Sea. Part of … Show more

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“…July 2020. The fact that the nemertean parasite Carcinonemertes was observed in one of our samples highlights the possible risk of dispersion of these parasites, which had not been reported before for Argentina (Bigatti and Signorelli 2018), in green crabs and other species of native crabs.…”
Section: What Changes Can Green Crabs Trigger In Local Food Webs?supporting
confidence: 59%
“…July 2020. The fact that the nemertean parasite Carcinonemertes was observed in one of our samples highlights the possible risk of dispersion of these parasites, which had not been reported before for Argentina (Bigatti and Signorelli 2018), in green crabs and other species of native crabs.…”
Section: What Changes Can Green Crabs Trigger In Local Food Webs?supporting
confidence: 59%
“…July 2020). The fact 519 that the nemertean parasite Carcinonemertes was observed in one of our samples highlights the 520 possible risk of dispersion of these parasites, which had not been reported before among green crabs 521 or native crabs in Argentina (Bigatti and Signorelli 2018). 522…”
Section: What Are Green Crabs Feeding On In the Coastal Environments Of Atlantic Patagonia? 450mentioning
confidence: 67%
“…July 2020). The fact that the nemertean parasite Carcinonemertes was observed in one of our samples 537 highlights the possible risk of dispersion of these parasites, which had not been reported before 538 among green crabs or native crabs in Argentina (Bigatti and Signorelli 2018). 539 Community structure at intertidal Patagonian rocky shores is driven by harsh physical 540 conditions, rather than by consumer pressure (Bertness et al 2006;Hidalgo et al 2007).…”
Section: What Changes Can Green Crabs Trigger In Local Food Webs? 515 516mentioning
confidence: 74%
“…As in most parts of the world, in Patagonia Argentina, there is more information about biodiversity in intertidal than subtidal habitats ( Miloslavich et al 2011 , Rechimont et al 2013 ). This region contains large areas where underwater marine life remains largely unexplored ( Bigatti and Signorelli 2018 ), even in easily accessible shallow diving locations. Detecting changes in biodiversity with the current gaps in baseline data may be difficult or even impossible ( Fraschetti et al 2008 , Halpern et al 2008 , Duffy et al 2013 ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%