Amphisorus hemprichii(Ehrenberg, 1839)


Details
Author:
Ehrenberg, 1839
Ecofunctional Group:
Zoobenthos
Origin:
Circumtropical
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1974
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Holthuis, 1956: Israel
Invasive Characteristic:
No
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
Corridor: Suez Canal, ,
Establishement/Success:
established
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Synonyms
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Chromista, Phylum : Foraminifera, Class : Polythalamea, Order : Rotaliida, Family : Amphisteginidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Egypt Levantine 1994 established East Mediterranean Samir et al., 2003
Greece Aegean Sea 1974 established East Mediterranean Hollaus & Hottinger, 1997
Israel Levantine 1993 established East Mediterranean Basso & Spezzaferri, 2000
Lebanon Levantine unknown East Mediterranean Langer, 2008
Libya Libyan Sea unknown Central Mediterranean Langer, 2008
Palestine Authority Levantine unknown East Mediterranean Langer, 2008
Tunisia unknown unknown Central Mediterranean Langer, 2008
Turkey Aegean Sea 2004 established East Mediterranean Meric et al., 2008
Turkey Levantine 2002 established East Mediterranean Meric et al., 2008

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Langer M., 2008. Foraminifera from the Meditteranean and the Red Sea. In: Por, F.D. (Ed), Aqaba-Eilat, the Improbable Gulf: Environment, Biodiversity and Protection. Magnes Press Jerusalem, pp. 397–415., ( CMEDLBYLIB-L154 )
  • Langer M., 2008. Foraminifera from the Meditteranean and the Red Sea. In: Por, F.D. (Ed), Aqaba-Eilat, the Improbable Gulf: Environment, Biodiversity and Protection. Magnes Press Jerusalem, pp. 397–415., ( CMEDTUNUNK-L156 )
  • Samir, A.M., Abdou, H.F., Zazou, S.M. & El-Menhawey, W.H., 2003. Cluster analysis of recent benthic foraminifera from the northwestern Mediterranean coast of Egypt. Revue de Micropaleontologie, 46, 111–130., ( EMEDEGYLEV-L150 )
  • Hollaus, S.S. & Hottinger, L., 1997. Temperature dependence of endosymbiotic relationships? Evidence from the depth range of Mediterranean Amphistegina lessonii (Foraminiferida) truncated by the thermocline. Eclogae geologicae Helvetiae, 90: 591-597., ( EMEDGRCAEG-L151 )
  • Yanko, V., 1995. Benthic foraminifera as indicators of heavy metals pollution along sraeli coast (Cruise AVI-1, May 1993). Benthic foraminifera as indicator of heavy metal pollution new kind of biological monitoring for the Mediterranean, Task 5., ( EMEDISRLEV-L152 )
  • Langer M., 2008. Foraminifera from the Meditteranean and the Red Sea. In: Por, F.D. (Ed), Aqaba-Eilat, the Improbable Gulf: Environment, Biodiversity and Protection. Magnes Press Jerusalem, pp. 397–415., ( EMEDLBNLEV-L153 )
  • Langer M., 2008. Foraminifera from the Meditteranean and the Red Sea. In: Por, F.D. (Ed), Aqaba-Eilat, the Improbable Gulf: Environment, Biodiversity and Protection. Magnes Press Jerusalem, pp. 397–415., ( EMEDPALLEV-L155 )