issued from : Ma .E. Zamora-Sanchez & S. Gomez-Aguirre in An. Inst. Univ. Nal. Auton. Mexico, 56 (1985), Ser. Zool. (2), 1986. [Pl.1, p.342]. Female: 1, habitus (dorsal); 2, thoracic segments 4+5 and genital somite (ventro-lateral right side); 3, thoracic segments 4+5 and urosome (ventral); 4, cephalic part of the forehead and A1 (ventral view); 5, A2; 6, Md; 7, Mx1; 8, Mx2; 9, Mxp; 10, P1; 11, P2; 12, P3; 13, P4; 14, P5.
issued from : Ma. E. Zamora-Sanchez & S. Gomez-Aguirre in An. Inst. Univ. Nal. Auton. Mexico, 56 (1985), Ser. Zool. (2), 1986. [Pl.2, p.343]. Male: 15, habitus (dorsal); 16, thoracic segments 4+5 and urosomal segments (lateral right side); 17, idem and furca (dorsal); 18, last urosomal segment and furcal rami (dorsal); 19, cephalic part and A1 (ventral); 20, A1 (joints 19-21); 21, right A1 ( (dorsal view); 22, left A1 (dorsal view); 23, A2; 24, Md; 25, Mx1; 26, Mx2; 27, Mxp; 28, P1; 29, P2; 30, P3; 31, P4; 32, P5.
issued from : Ma. E. Zamora-Sanchez & S. Gomez-Aguirre in An. Inst. Univ. Nal. Auton. Mexico, 56 (1985), Ser. Zool. (2), 1986. [p.339]. Morphologic characters between A. tonsa and A. bacorehuisensis.
Issued from : E. Suarez-Morales & E. Tovar in Sarsia, 2004, 89. [p.235, Fig.7]. Female copepodid V (from Mahahual reef lagoon, Yucatan): A-B, habitus (dorsal and lateral, respectively); C, urosome (ventral); D, genital field (ventral). Scale bars = 0.1 mm.
Euryhaline and eurytherm. For Zamora-Sanchez & Gomez-Aguirre (1985) the salinities are variable at the mouth of the Agiabampo river from 37,68 to 54,72 p.1000 and the temperatures of 25,8° à 31° C where the specimens were captured all year round. The principal characteristics of this species are compared with those of A. tonsa (p.339).
After checking in the publication of Ma. E. Zamora-Sanchez & S. Gomez-Aguirre (1985-1986), the authors specify the size of the female (114 µm) and of the male (88 µm).
The specimens come from a lagoon of Sonora (Mexico).
Salinity from 37.68 to 42.80 per 1000;
Temperature 26.31 °C;
Dissolved oxygen from 3.12 to 4.43 ml/l.
There are some doubts regarding the size of male and female ( F: 0,11; M: 0,09) indicated in the card. Maybe, there should be F:1,1; M:0,9?
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