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2013 | 62 | 3 | 297-308
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Pancerzowce (Malacostraca) zatoki admiralicji (Wyspa King George) i ich rola w ekosystemie antarktycznego fiordu.

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Malacostracan crustacea of Admiralty Bay (King George Island) and their role in the ekosystem of this antarctic fiord.
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Zatoka Admiralicji jest jednym z najlepiej poznanych regionów Oceanu Południowego. Jest ona zatem reprezentatywnym akwenem dla antarktycznych fiordów (zatok). Pancerzowce (Malacostraca), to skorupiaki należące do najbogatszych w gatunki grup zwierząt bezkręgowych występujących w Oceanie Południowym. W Zatoce Admiralicji stwierdzono blisko 300 gatunków pancerzowców. Poszczególne rzędy tych skorupiaków są tam reprezentowane przez następujące liczby gatunków: Amphipoda (obunogi) - 182, Isopoda (równonogi) - 63, Cumacea (pośródki) - 15, Tanaidacea (kleszczugi) - 14, Mysidacea (lasonogi) - 14, Euphausiacea (eufauzje) - 5, Decapoda (Dziesięcionogi) - 2, Leptostraca - 1>. Ze względu na tę różnorodność gatunkową i znaczący udział w biomasie bentosu, hyperbentosu i planktonu Malacostraca pełnią bardzo ważną rolę w morskim ekosystemie Antarktyki. W niniejszym artykule omówiono skład kilku wyróżnionych zgrupowań pancerzowców z różnych zkresów głębokości i z rozmaicie usytuowanych regionów Zatoki pod względem odległości od lodowców.
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Admiralty Bay is one of the best recognized regions of the Southern Ocean. It is therefore a representative area for Antarctic fiords (bays). Malacostracan Crustacea belong to the most diverse invertebrate groups in the Southern Ocean. In Admiralty Bay nearly 300 malacostracan species of Crustacea were hitherto recorded. Particular orders of this group are represented by the following numbers of species: Amphipoda - 182, Isopoda - 63, Cumacea - 15, Tanaidacea - 14, Mysidacea - 14, Euphausiacea - 5, Decapoda - 2, and Leptostraca - 1. Due to this species diversity and a considerable share in benthos, hyperbenthos and zooplankton biomass Malacostraca play a very important role in the Antarctic marine ecosystem. In the present article we have discussed the composition of several malacostracan assemblages distinguished for different depths of the Bay and for it's regions differently distant from the glaciers.
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297-308
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