2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032002000200010
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Taxonomy of Ophiuroidea (Echinonermata) from the continental shelf and slope of the southern and southeastern Brazilian coast

Abstract: -This study focuses on the ophiuroids collected during the Programme of Evaluation of the Living Resources of the Exclusive Economic Zone for the Brazilian coast (REVIZEE), South Score/Benthos, in the states of Rio de Janeiro (Ilha Grande Bay), São Paulo, Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul (Tramandaí) (24° 07,113' S and 29° 48,500' S; and 43° 46,759' W and 49° 06,800' W). Samples were collected on the continental shelf and slope (60-810 m) using the following equipment: van Veen, box corer and a rec… Show more

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“…To our knowledge, Tommasi et al (1988b) constitutes the only previous known record of Amphioplus lucyae for the Uruguayan coast (R/V "Almirante Saldanha", Station 2865, 34° 33' S and 53° 12' W). This species was previously reported for southwestern Brazil (Tommasi 1971, 1999, Monteiro 1987, Borges et al 2002. coworkers (1988a, 1988b), Monteiro (1987Monteiro ( , 1990Monteiro ( , 1997 and Borges et al (2002) reported A. lucyae at depths ranging from 8-600 m. We collected this species only in one subtidal sample (depth 5-7 m), suggesting low population densities at the area (maximum density < 5 ind/m 2 ).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 55%
“…To our knowledge, Tommasi et al (1988b) constitutes the only previous known record of Amphioplus lucyae for the Uruguayan coast (R/V "Almirante Saldanha", Station 2865, 34° 33' S and 53° 12' W). This species was previously reported for southwestern Brazil (Tommasi 1971, 1999, Monteiro 1987, Borges et al 2002. coworkers (1988a, 1988b), Monteiro (1987Monteiro ( , 1990Monteiro ( , 1997 and Borges et al (2002) reported A. lucyae at depths ranging from 8-600 m. We collected this species only in one subtidal sample (depth 5-7 m), suggesting low population densities at the area (maximum density < 5 ind/m 2 ).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 55%
“…O estudo dos ofiuróides do Brasil teve início com o trabalho de LYMAN (1875) que relatou e descreveu espécies da Expedição Hassler, coletados na região da Bahia e Rio de Janeiro, em profundidades de até 100 m. Posteriormente vários outros estudos foram realizados abordando principalmente aspectos taxonômicos e de distribuição geográfica, como BRITO (1960), TOMMASI (1965TOMMASI ( , 1967TOMMASI ( , 1970TOMMASI ( , 1971, LIMA-VERDE (1969), MANSO (1988MANSO ( , 1989, ABSALÃO (1990), ALVES & CERQUEIRA (2000), BORGES et al(2002 e BORGES & AMARAL (2006). TOMMASI (1970) publicou um levantamento geral dos Ophiuroidea registrados até então para o Brasil e regiões vizinhas, listando cerca de 65 espécies.…”
unclassified
“…TOMMASI (1999), em um novo inventário sobre as espécies de Echinodermata para o Brasil registra 98 espécies de Ophiuroidea. BORGES et al (2002), em estudo sobre a biodiversidade deste grupo na plataforma e talude continental das regiões Sudeste e Sul brasileiras, registram 25 espécies, das quais duas eram novas ocorrências para o Brasil. Estes números refletem a falta de conhecimento dos ofiurói-des, principalmente em regiões mais profundas, acima de 200 m (AMARAL et al 2004).…”
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“…Apical papillae robust and slightly removed from second, seven on third, four on fourth and decreasing to three in terminal segments. One tentacle scale (only in the Distribution: Barbados, and Brazil (Tommasi 1971;Borges et al 2002). In Northeastern Brazil, recorded only in Maranhão (Albuquerque 1986;Albuquerque and Guille 1991).…”
Section: Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%