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Maturana C S, Rosenfeld S, Naretto J (2019): Occurrences of Boeckella at high latitudes in the southern hemisphere. v1.3. Universidad de Magallanes. Dataset/Occurrence. http://gbif-chile.mma.gob.cl/ipt/resource?r=boeckella_so&v=1.3
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sub-Antarctic islands; Antarctica; Patagonia; Calanoidea; freshwater ecosystems; Falkland; Malvinas; Australasia; Mongolia; New Caledonia; Occurrence; Specimen
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The dataset comprises South America at latitudes beyond 40°S, which encompasses most of the Patagonian and sub-Antarctic Provinces and the classically defined terrestrial biogeographic regions of Antarctica. The latter include the core sub-Antarctic islands (South Georgia, Prince Edward Islands, Macquarie Island, Heard Island, Crozet, and Kerguelen Islands), maritime Antarctica (west coast of Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, South Orkney Islands, South Sandwich Islands) and continental Antarctica. This updated version included Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Tasmania records and one published record from Mongolia.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-81.308, -120.672], North East [21, 180]|
The present dataset reports occurrences of the genus Boeckella at species level.
|Species||Boeckella antiqua, Boeckella bergi, Boeckella brasiliensis, Boeckella brevicaudata, Boeckella gibbosa, Boeckella gracilipes, Boeckella gracilis, Boeckella longicauda, Boeckella meteoris, Boeckella michaelseni, Boeckella poopoensis, Boeckella poppei, Boeckella silvestrii, Boeckella vallentini, Boeckella dilatata, Boeckella delicata, Boeckella hamata, Boeckella propinqua, Boeckella spinogibba, Boeckella tanea, Boeckella triarticulata, Boeckella minuta, Boeckella symmetrica, Boeckella bispinosa, Boeckella fluvialis, Boeckella geniculata, Boeckella major, Boeckella montana, Boeckella robusta, Boeckella saycei, Boeckella shieli, Boeckella timmsi, Boeckella nyoraensis, Boeckella opaqua, Boeckella pilkililli, Boeckella pseudochelaea, Boeckella rubra|
|Start Date / End Date||2012-01-01 / 2019-08-06|
The present study provides an updated database of 37 species of Boeckella, using a combination of recent sampling data and published records available in the literature, giving a comprehensive description of the geographic distribution of the genus Boeckella at high latitudes in southern South America, the three main terrestrial biogeographic regions of Antarctica (sub-, maritime and continental), including Australasia, Mongolia and New Caledonia. We included new records from South Georgia and changed the taxonomic status of previous records.
|Title||Distribution of the genus Boeckella at high latitudes: South America, sub-Antarctic islands and Antarctica|
|Funding||INACH DT-04_16, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity (Chile) CONICYT PIA APOYO CCTE AFB170008, P05-002 ICM; Conicyt Ph.D. Grant 21150317. NERC core funding to the BAS ‘Biodiversity, Evolution and Adaptation’ Team; Conicyt Ph.D. Grant 21140632; INACH DG-03_16; regular Fondecyt project 1151336, PIA-CONICYT ACT172065, PCI-CONICYT REDES150027.|
|Study Area Description||The dataset was filtered by the area of interest, defined as South America at latitudes beyond 40°S, which encompasses most of the Patagonian and sub-Antarctic Provinces and includes sub-polar forest and grassland ecoregions. The classically defined terrestrial biogeographic regions of Antarctica. The latter include the core sub-Antarctic islands (South Georgia, Prince Edward Islands, Macquarie Island, Heard Island, Crozet, and Kerguelen Islands), maritime Antarctica (west coast of Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, South Orkney Islands, South Sandwich Islands) and continental Antarctica. For the purpose of geospatial analyses, two main ecoregions in South America were considered, these being the subpolar forest and grassland ecoregions as defined in the Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World shapefile (Olson 2001). Subpolar forest here includes the union of the Valdivian and the Magellanic temperate forest ecoregions, and the grassland ecoregion includes the union of the Patagonian steppe and low monte ecoregions. The definitions of the continental, maritime and sub-Antarctic regions are as described in Convey (2017). Finally, we updated this dataset including records from Australasia, which involves published and unpublished records from Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Mongolia.|
|Design Description||This database will underpin future comprehensive systematic research on the genus, including the application of molecular phylogenetic approaches, allowing reconstruction of the regional evolutionary history of the genus, and in particular its members in the sub-Antarctic and Antarctic regions.|
The personnel involved in the project:
Collections took place from the shoreline, scooping individuals from the water column of lakes, ponds and small pools using a zooplankton net at locations across sub-Antarctic islands (Crozet, Kerguelen and South Georgia), maritime Antarctic (i.e. islands at the west side of Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands and Signy Island), part of the sub-polar forest ecoregion and Falkland/Malvinas Islands. Samples were immediately preserved in ethanol (99%), other than a small number of collected specimens that were preserved using formalin (5%) for morphological analysis. GPS positions were recorded for each sample location.
|Study Extent||The dataset was filtered by the area of interest, defined as South America at latitudes beyond 40°S, which encompasses most of the Patagonian and sub-Antarctic Provinces with they sub-polar forest and grassland ecoregions, and the classically defined terrestrial biogeographic regions of Antarctica. The latter include the core sub-Antarctic islands (South Georgia, Prince Edward Islands, Macquarie Island, Heard Island, Crozet, and Kerguelen Islands), maritime Antarctica (west coast of Antarctic Peninsula, South Shetland Islands, South Orkney Islands, South Sandwich Islands) and continental Antarctica. The collections took place one time.|
|Quality Control||Records lacking precise geographic location (coordinates) were assigned georeferences by identification from the description (e.g. lakes names) of the reported collection locality included in the relevant metadata. The species list was updated to exclude erroneous or suspect records, rule out possible synonymies and include up to date taxonomy.|
Method step description:
- For taxonomic identification at species level, the fifth leg from male specimens was removed and observed under an inverted microscope at 10X and 20X for confirmation of diagnostic characters as described by Bayly (1992). All available information was collated from the scientific literature reporting sampling or taxonomic revision of Boeckella species in southern South America, the sub-Antarctic islands, maritime and continental Antarctic. We included Boeckella records from 1855 to 1997 listed in the historical review of Menu-Marque et al. 2000 and additional information available in the literature from 1997 to present. Only records including the geographic location (coordinates) or approximate (identifiable) location of reported samples were incorporated in the database. Regarding the records from this new updated version (Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, New Caledonia and Mongolia), were collated from scientific literature (enlisted in this metadata) and from the dataset of Ian Duggan and Ian Hogg from University of Waikato through BOLD System. These authors obtained, identified and classified the specimens. There were changes in the classification of species rank in Falkland/Malvinas Islands, Punta Arenas and possible a new lineage in Hornos Is. (Cape Horn, South America). Manuscript with molecular and morphology analyses is in preparation.
|Collection Name||Coleccion de Invertebrados del Laboratorio de Ecologia Molecular de la Universidad de Chile|
|Parent Collection Identifier||UChile:LEM|
|Specimen preservation methods||Alcohol, Formalin|
|Curatorial Units||Count 100 +/- 30 Plastic flask|
- Previattelli, D., Perbiche-Neves, G., Menu-Marque, S. & Falgina de Rocha C.E. (2015) Range extension of Boeckella bergi Richard 1897 (Crustacea: Copepoda: Centropagidae), with comments on the taxonomy of the species. Biota Neotropica, 15(3), e20140076 dx.doi.org/10.1590/1676-06032015007614
- Menu-Marque, S., Morrone, J.J. & Locascio, C. (2000) Distributional pattern of the South American species of Boeckella (Copepoda: Centropagidae): A track analysis. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 20, 262-272.
- Pugh, P.J.A., Dartnall, H.J.G. & McInnes, S.J. (2002) The non-marine Crustacea of Antarctica and the Islands of the Southern Ocean: biodiversity and biogeography. Journal of Natural History, 36, 1047-1103
- Garcia, E. & Dieguez, M. (2014) Vulnerability of patagonian planktonic copepods to fluctuations in temperature and UV radiation. Crustaceana, 87(3), 291-304
- De los Rios, P. & Mansilla, A. (2014) On the geographic distribution of Boeckella brevicaudata (Brady, 1875) (Copepoda, Calanoida) and its species associations in seasonal ephemeral pools in the Magallanes Region (53°S, Chile). Crustaceana, 87(5), 540-550.
- Olson, D. M., Dinerstein, E., Wikramanayake, E. D., Burgess, N. D., Powell, G. V. N., Underwood, E. C., D'Amico, J. A., Itoua, I., Strand, H. E., Morrison, J. C., Loucks, C. J., Allnutt, T. F., Ricketts, T. H., Kura, Y., Lamoreux, J. F., Wettengel, W. W., Hedao, P., Kassem, K. R. 2001. Terrestrial ecoregions of the world: a new map of life on Earth. Bioscience 51(11):933-938. https://doi.org/10.1641/0006-3568(2001)051[0933:TEOTWA]2.0.CO;2
- Bayly, I.A.E (1967) A new species of Boeckella (Copepoda: Calanoida) and additional comments on some others species of the genus. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 101:97-101
- Bayly, I.A.E (1979) Further Contribution to a Knowledge of the Centropagid Genera Boeckella, Hemiboeckella and Calamoecia (Athalassic, Calanoid Copepods). Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 30: 103-127.
- Bayly, I.A.E (1964) A revision of the Australasian species of the freshwater genera Boeckella and Hemiboeckella (Copepoda: Calanoida). Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 15: 180-238.
- Quinlan, K and I.A.E. Bayly (2017) A new species of Boeckella (Copepoda: Calanoida) from arid Western Australia , an update key, and aspect of claypan ecology. Record of the Western Australian Museum 32: 191-206
- Defaye, D (1998) Description of the first Boeckella (Copepoda, Calanoida, Centropagidae) from New Caledonia. Crustaceana 71(6): 686-699
- Chapman M.A (1973) A new species of Boeckella (Copepoda: Calanoida) from northland, New Zeland. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 7(1&2): 153-157.
- Bayly, I.A.E (1998) New species of Calamoecia and Boeckella (freshwater Copepoda: Calanoida) from Western Australia and Queenland. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 81: 177-182.
|Purpose||This data set was developed as part of the Ph.D. thesis of the principal investigator. The objectives is to publish records of the Boeckella for public domain in order to contribute to the knowledge of freshwater biodiversity and to provide a comprehensive description of the distribution of Boeckella at high latitudes.|
|Maintenance Description||The resource will be updated irregularly, according to new data availability.|