Query: keyword: "Canary Islands"
|Author||Thomas E. Bowman|
|Title||Lovenula (Neolovenula) alluaudi (Guerne and Richard, 1890) in the Canary Islands (Copepoda: Calanoida: Paradiaptominae). Stygofauna of the Canary Islands, 19|
|Journal||Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde|
|Keywords||Copepoda; Calanoida; Lovenula; Canary Islands; stygofauna|
|Abstract||Lovenula (Neolovenula) alluaudi is widespread on Lanzarote, where it occurred at 22 of the 105 stations. On Fuerteventura it was found at only 2 of the 53 stations, both in the extreme northwest part of the island. It was also found in a reservoir on the south side of the small island of Alegranza. Samples collected at several hundred stations in the other Canary Islands failed to yield a single calanoid, supporting the belief that the eastern islands are fragments of the African continent that drifted to deeper waters.|
Males outnumbered females in about 2/3 of the samples, often heavily.
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