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53). 58 F I G. 7 I Distribution of Sagitta planctonis forma zetesios, with tropical submergence represented by hatching. 72 Distribution of Stylocheiron maximum. 73 Distribution of Clausocalanus paupulus. CLAUSOCALANUS PAUPULOIDES type The species of this type are in reality warm-water taxa which are here recognized as the narrow type of 'wide distributions' (fig. 73). This type can manifest, as Clausocalanus paupulus does, a circum-global distribution, as it occurs still south of S. Africa. In the Indo-Malayan Archipelago its distribution is discontinuous, however, which distinguishes it from the nexttype.
FI G. 48 Distribution of Clio cuspidata. blaek, = areas with high abundanee, hatehed = areas with low abundanee. consequences one connects with the abundance, whether one proposes the one or the other type of distribution as characteristic of a species. 48), like that ofthe preceding species, is ofthe STYLOCHEIRON CARINATOIDES type (cf. 63). The area with high abundance, however, shows another pattern than in Limacina lesueuri, being found in the boundary currents, the N. Transitional area and the S.
Indian Ocean, and this one has been chosen as an example of the more endemic distributions in the N. g. also shown by Sergestes semissis (fig. 102). , though the latter is absent from the Atlantic. 67 gives the distribution ofthe taxa of Stylocheiron affine which are all restricted in distribution. longicorne one. The frequent sympatry makes it, moreover, very doubtful ifthe forms in the species S. affine are indeed forms instead of genetically isolated species or semispecies. elongatum (hatched).