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Species pool structure explains patterns of Antarctic rock-encrusting organism recruitment

, London SW7 5BD , UK 2 & Piotr Kuklinski Understanding the population dynamics of benthic communities is impossible without understanding the processes related to their initial development, including

Factors affecting biodiversity on hermit crab shells

This study explores the abundance, diversity and assemblage structure of epifauna on the shells used by two hermit crab species (Pagurus bernhardus and P. pubescens) in the Arctic (Svalbard and Northern Norway) and investigates the biotic and physical drivers of such patterns. Contrary to our expectations, we found that location (which reflects the variability in environmental ...

Hyas spp. crabs and sea anemones—new species associations from Svalbard

Piotr Balazy 0 Piotr Kuklinski 0 Nadya Sanamyan 0 0 N. Sanamyan Kamchatka Branch of Pacific Geographical Institute, Far-Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences , Partizanskaya Str. 6

Encrustation patterns on Late Cretaceous (Turonian) echinoids from southern Poland

, sedentary polychaetes, foraminifera, bryozoans, corals, and Piotr Kuklinski and Micha Zaton contributed equally to the paper. - Encrustation, also termed fouling or epibiosis (see e.g., Wahl 1989; Harder

Atlantic Origin of the Arctic Biota? Evidence from Phylogenetic and Biogeographical Analysis of the Cheilostome Bryozoan Genus Pseudoflustra

The intricate geological evolution of the Arctic Ocean is paralleled by complexities in the biogeographical and phylogenetical histories of the Arctic biota, including bryozoans. Here we present revised taxonomic descriptions for all known species of the bryozoan genus Pseudoflustra, and use the present-day distributions and phylogenetic relationships between these species to infer ...

Seasonality of occurrence and recruitment of Arctic marine benthic invertebrate larvae in relation to environmental variables

The Arctic system is one of the regions most influenced by ongoing global climate change, but there are still critical gaps in our knowledge regarding a substantial number of biological processes. This is especially true for processes taking place during the Arctic winter but also for seasonal processes, such as the dynamics of intra-annual meroplankton occurrence. Here, we report ...