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Table 1. List of Harpacticoida and Canuelloida (Subclass Copepoda) found for the Ogliastra coast (Sardinia, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy). Ss, samplling sites: IO, Isolotto d’Ogliastra; CM, Cala Moresca; PF, Porto Frailis; SG, San Gemiliano; OR, Orrì. BIs, biogeographical Italian sectors: 1, Ligurian Sea; 2, Sardinia and Northern Tyrrhenian Sea; 3, South Tyrrhenian Sea and Strait of Sicily; 4, Strait of Messina; 5, South-eastern tip of Sicily, Pelagie Islands; 6, Ionian Sea; 7, Southern Adriatic Sea; 8, Central Adriatic Sea; 9, Northern Adriatic Sea. Data published through GBIF: doi:10.15470/dxru6l

Tabla 1. Lista de Harpacticoides y Canuelloides (subclase Copépodos) hallados en la costa de Ogliastra (Cerdeña, mar Tirreno, Italia). Ss, puntos de muestreo: IO, Islote de Ogliastra; CM, Cala Moresca; PF, Porto Frailis; SG, San Gemiliano; OR, Orrì. BIs, sectores biogeográficos italianos: 1, mar de Liguria; 2, Cerdeña y norte del mar Tirreno; 3, sur del mar Tirreno y estrecho de Sicilia; 4, estrecho de Mesina; 5, extremo sudeste de Sicilia, islas Pelagias; 6, mar Jónico; 7, sur del mar Adriático; 8, mar Adriático central; 9, norte del mar Adriático. Datos publicados en GBIF: doi:10.15470/dxru6l

 

Order

Family

Taxa

Ss

Ss characteristics

Global distribution

Ecological notes

BIs

Canuelloida Khodami, Vaun MacArthur, Blanco-Bercial and Martinez Arbizu, 2017 Longipediidae Boeck, 1865

Longipedia coronata Claus, 1862

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

Denmark Strait (Iceland); Norwegian Sea (Norway); North Sea (Sweden, Helgoland, Scotland, England, Norway, Netherlands); Baltic Sea (Germany); Irish Sea (Scotland, England); English Channel (England); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Ireland); Adriatic Sea; Tyrrhenian Sea (Italy); Mediterranean Sea (Algeria, Tunisia); Indian Ocean (India) (Lang, 1948; Huys, 2001; Apostolov, 2014; Rajkumar et al., 2014 and references therein)

marine,

mixed muddy and sandy sediments and on macroalgae,

from shallow to lower shore,

depth:1-150 m, fond also at 360 m

3,9

Harpacticoida Sars, 1903 Ectinosomatidae Sars, 1903

Arenosetella germanica germanica Kunz, 1937

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

Baltic Sea (Germany); North Sea (France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Germany); British Isles (England); South Arabian Sea (India); Indian Ocean (Bay of Bengal, India, Andaman and Nicobar); Mozambique Channel (Madagascar, Mozambique); Aegean Sea and Levantine Sea (Turkey); South-eastern Pacific Ocean (Chile, Panama) (Lang, 1948; Rao and Misra, 1983; Mielke, 1986; Wells and Rao, 1987; Cattrijsse and Vincx, 2001; Huys, 2001; Muller, 2004; Sugumaran et al., 2009; Willems et al., 2009; Mantha et al., 2012; Bakir et al., 2014 and references therein)

marine, brackish and fresh,

muddy and sandy sediments and on macroalgae,

shallow water

 

2

   

Bradya sp. 1

OR, IO

coarse sands,

intertidal and subtidal zones,

depth: 0.20 and 12 m

 

deep sea

 

   

Halophytophilus sp. 1

PF, OR

fine sands,

shoreline and intertidal zone,

depth: 0.10-0.20 m

 

 

 

  Harpacticidae Dana, 1846

Harpacticus littoralis Sars, 1910

PF, OR, IO

fine and coarse sands,

shoreline, intertidal and subtidal zones,

depth: 0.10-12 m

Norwegian Sea (Norway); North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Germany, Helgoland, England, Netherlands); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Ireland, France); Mediterranean Sea (France, Algeria, Tunisia, Italy); Aegean Sea (Greece, Turkey); Black Sea (Romania, Ukraine); White Sea (Russia); North-western Atlantic Ocean (North America); South and North Pacific Ocean (Easter Island, Chile, California); Indian Ocean (India) (Lang, 1948; Lang, 1965; Arunachalam and Balakrishnan Nair, 1988; Herman, 1989; Goddard, 2003; Muller, 2004; Apostolov, 2008; Ustaoğlu et al., 2012; Vorobyova et al., 2016 and references therein)

marine and estuarine littoral,

associated with macroalgae,

shallow coastal water

 

2,8,9

  Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910

Tisbe sp. 1

SG, PF, IO

fine and coarse sands,

shoreline and subtidal zone,

depth: 0.10-12 m

 

 

 

   

Tisbe sp. 2

SG

coarse sands

 shoreline,

depth: 0.10 m

 

 

 

  Idyanthidae Lang, 1948

Idyella sp. 1

PF

fine sands,

shoreline,

depth: 0.10 m

 

 

 

  Parastenheliidae Lang, 1936

Foweya anglica (Norman and Scott, 1905)

PF

fine sands,

shoreline,

depth: 0.10 m

North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Isles of Scilly in England. South-western Africa) (Boxshall and Halsey, 2004; Gee, 2006)

marine,

shallow coastal water

 

new record in Italy

  Miraciidae Dana, 1846

Amphiascus sp. 1

SG, IO, CM

coarse sands,

shoreline and subtidal zone,

depth: 0.10-21 m

 

 

 

   

Bulbamphiascus sp. 1

SG, PF, IO

fine and coarse sands,

shoreline and subtidal zone,

depth: 0.10-12 m

 

 

 

   

Diosaccus tenuicornis (Claus, 1863)

PF

fine sands,

shoreline,

depth: 0.10 m

Norwegian Sea and North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Germany, England, Belgium); Baltic Sea (Sweden); Irish Sea (England); English Channel (France); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (England, Isles of Scilly, Ireland, France, Canary Islands); Mediterranean Sea (France, Tunisia, Algeria, Italy); Aegean Sea (Turkey); Adriatic Sea and Tyrrhenian Sea (Croatia, Italy) Suez Canal (Egypt); Southwest and North-western Atlantic Ocean (South America, Canada, North America, Ungava Bay, Quebeq); North Pacific Ocean (Lang, 1948; Shih et al., 1971; Polk, 1976; Tremblay and Anderson, 1984; Hayward and Ryland, 1990; Huys, 2001; Veit-Köhler et al., 2010; Alper et al., 2015 and references therein)

marine,

littoral algae or detritus,

shallow water sediments and tidal pools

4,9

   

Typhlamphiascus sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Typhlamphiascus sp. 2

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Haloschizopera sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Stenhelia sp. 1

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

 

 

 

   

Amphiascopsis sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

  Ameiridae Boeck, 1865

Ameira parvula (Claus, 1866)

SG, PF, IO

fine and coarse sands,

shoreline and subtidal zone,

depth: 0.10-12 m

Norwegian Sea (Norway); North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Germany, Netherlands, Scotland); Baltic Sea (Sweden, Germany); British Channel (England, France); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Ireland); Mediterranean Sea (France, Italy, Tunisia, Egypt); Ligurian Sea, Adriatic Sea (Italy); Aegean Sea (Greece); Black Sea (Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine); North-western Atlantic Ocean (North America, Bermuda Island, Brazil); South Pacific Ocean (New Zealand); Yellow Sea, East China Sea, Sea of Japan (Korea); Indian Ocean (Bay of Bengal, India) (Lang, 1948; Cattrijsse and Vincx, 2001; Muller, 2004; Chang, 2007; Webber et al., 2010; Mantha et al., 2012; Sarmento and Parrera Santos, 2012 and references therein)

marine and brackish,

debris and sandy bottom,

shallow water sediments and tidal pools,

depth:0 - 30 m

1,2,3,8,9

  Paramesochridae Lang, 1944

Emertonia sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Emertonia sp. 2

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Wellsopsyllus (Intermediopsyllus) intermedius (Scott, and Scott, 1895)

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

North Sea (Helgoland, Germany, France); Irish Sea (Scotland, England); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (England); White Sea (Russia) (Lang, 1948; Chertoprud and Azovsky, 2001; Huys, 2001; Muller, 2004; Plum and George, 2009; George, 2013 and references therein)

marine,

sandy and muddy sediments,

tidal zone and shallow depth

 

 

new record in Italy

   

Paramesochra sp. 3

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Paramesochra sp. 4

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Wellsopsyllus sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

  Tetragonicipitidae Lang, 1944

Tetragoniceps sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Tetragoniceps sp. 2

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

   

Phyllopodopsyllus sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

  Canthocamptidae Brady, 1880

Cletocamptus sp. 1

SG

coarse sands,

shoreline,

depth: 0.10 m

 

 

 

   

Bryocamptus sp. 1

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

 

 

 

   

Stenocaris minor (Scott, 1892)

OR, IO

fine and coarse sands,

intertidal and subtidal zones,

depth: 0.20-12 m

North Sea (Sweden, Helgoland, Germany); Irish Sea (Scotland); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (France); North-western Atlantic Ocean (United States); Indian Ocean (Bay of Bengal and Indian estuaries) (Lang, 1948; Craeymeersh et al., 1986; Huys et al., 1992; Huys, 2001; Eswari and Ramanibai, 2004 and references therein)

marine and fresh,

sandy bottom,

depth: 10 m

2

  Orthopsyllidae Huys, 1990

Orthopsyllus sp. 1

OR, IO

fine and coarse sands,

intertidal and subtidal zones,

depth: 0.20-12 m

 

 

 

  Cylindropsyllidae Sars, 1909

Cylindropsyllus sp. 1

OR

fine sands,

intertidal zone,

depth: 0.20 m

 

 

 

  Leptastacidae Lang, 1948

Psammastacus confluens (Nicholls, 1935)

OR

fine sands,

intertidal zone,

depth: 0.20 m

Irish Sea (Scotland); Ebre Rivermouth (Spain) Lang, 1948; Sabater, 1986; Huys, 2001 and references therein)

marine,

sandy bottom,

shallow subtidal zone

 

new record in Italy

  Cletodidae Scott, 1904 

Enhydrosoma propinquum (Brady, 1880)

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

Norwegian Sea (Norway); North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Germany, Scotland, Netherlands, England, Belgium); Irish Sea (Scotland, England); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Scotland, Isles of Scilly, France, Ireland, Spain); Mediterranean Sea (Algeria, Tunisia, France); Adriatic Sea (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia); Black Sea; Northeast Pacific Ocean (Mexico); North-western Atlantic Ocean (Unites States) (Lang, 1948; Por,1964; Fiers, 1996; Huys, 2001; Cattrijsse and Vinx, 2001; Gomez, 2003; Muller, 2004 and references therein)

marine,

sandy and muddy sediment,

from shallow to subtidal habitat,

depth: 0-27 m

2,9

   

Cletodes sp. 1

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

 

 

 

 

  Rhizotrichidae Por, 1986 

Tryphoema sp. 1

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

 

 

 

   

Rhizothrix sp. 1

OR

fine sands,

intertidal zone,

depth: 0.20 m

 

 

 

  Laophontidae Scott, 1904

Laophonte cornuta Philippi, 1840

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

Norwegian Sea (Norway); North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Scotland, Shetland Islands); Irish Sea (England); English Channel (England, France); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (Isles of Scilly in England, Ireland, Canary Island, Gulf of Guinea); Mediterranean Sea (France, Italy, Tunisia); Ligurian Sea, Tyrrhenian Sea, Adriatic Sea (Italy, Croatia); Suez Canal and Red Sea (Egypt); Aegean Sea; South-eastern Atlantic Ocean (South Africa); North-western Atlantic Ocean (United States, Bermuda Island); South-western Atlantic Ocean (Islas Malvinas); Indian Ocean (Tasmania, New Zealand, Laccadive Island, Madagascar); Gulf of Mexico (Mexico); Pacific Ocean (Nicholls, 1944; Lang, 1948; Rao and Misra, 1983; Cattrijsse and Vincx, 2001; Huys, 2001; Muller, 2004; Gheerardyn et al., 2008; Felder and Camp, 2009; Webber et al., 2010; Yildiz and Karaytug, 2018 and references therein)

marine,

on algae and associated on marine invertebrates,

deep zone

1,2,3

   

Asellopsis hispida Brady and Robertson, 1873

CM

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 21 m

North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Germany, Scotland); Irish Sea (Scotland); English Channel (England); North-eastern Atlantic Ocean (England, France); Mediterranean Sea (France); Adriatic Sea (Italy) (Lang, 1948; Herman, 1989; Huys, 2001 and references therein)

marine,

from sandy to muddy sediments,

depth: 10-85 m

3,9

   

Pseudolaophonte spinosa (Thompson, 1893)

IO

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m

North Sea (Norway, Sweden, Scotland, Germany, England); Irish Sea (England); Indian Ocean (Andaman and Nicobar Islands) (Lang, 1948; Wells and Rao, 1987; Herman, 1989; Huys, 2001 and references therein)

marine,

coarse sand,

depth: until 60 m

new record in Italy

  Ancorabolidae Sars, 1909

Laophontodes sp. 1

IO

marine,

coarse sands,

subtidal zone,

depth: 12 m