grass shrimp (Palaemonetes pugio)

Latvian translation: zāles (palaemonetes) garneles (līča, purva, Kalifornijas un asmensžokļu zāles garneles)

21:34 Feb 12, 2006
English to Latvian translations [PRO]
Science - Fisheries / MSDS
English term or phrase: grass shrimp (Palaemonetes pugio)
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Latvian translation:zāles (palaemonetes) garneles (līča, purva, Kalifornijas un asmensžokļu zāles garneles)
Explanation:
Pēc analoģijas, kā minēts EU dokumentā "Padomes 1991. gada 17. decembra Regula (EEK) Nr. 3880/91 par to dalībvalstu nominālās nozvejas statistikas iesniegšanu, kuras zvejo Atlantijas okeāna ziemeļaustrumu daļā", tiek minēta garneļu dzimta: Palaemonidae garneles

Palaemonidae

Ziemeļgarneles

Pandalus spp.

Crangonidae garneles,

šīs jāsauc Palaemonetes garneles, bet tā kā tās dzīvo purvainos līča ūdeņos un pārtiek no purva zālēs mītošām aļģēm (algae), tad tiešām dzimtas kopējais nosaukums ir zāles garneles, kas tālāk iedalās sīkāk.
Sastopamas Dienvidkarolīnā, gar visu Atlantijas ok. piekrasti un visās upju grīvās un rajonā, ko apskalo Golfa straume. Purvainās upju grīvās un līčos.
Grass shrimp are very common estuarine species in southeastern marshes and tidal creeks where they are usually associated with beds of submerged or emergent vegetation, oyster reef habitats or structures such as oyster shell, fouling communities, woody debris (Ruiz et al. 1993), docks or pilings (Coen et al. 1981). Marsh grass shrimp (P. vulgaris) tolerate somewhat higher salinities than its congener, the daggerblade grass shrimp (P. pugio). This has lead some to suggest a separation of the two species based on preferred habitat, although biotic interactions such as competition for food and space may be more important (Thorp 1976; Coen et al. 1981).


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grass shrimp (palaemonetes pugio)
zāles (palaemonetes) garneles (līča, purva, Kalifornijas un asmensžokļu zāles garneles)


Explanation:
Pēc analoģijas, kā minēts EU dokumentā "Padomes 1991. gada 17. decembra Regula (EEK) Nr. 3880/91 par to dalībvalstu nominālās nozvejas statistikas iesniegšanu, kuras zvejo Atlantijas okeāna ziemeļaustrumu daļā", tiek minēta garneļu dzimta: Palaemonidae garneles

Palaemonidae

Ziemeļgarneles

Pandalus spp.

Crangonidae garneles,

šīs jāsauc Palaemonetes garneles, bet tā kā tās dzīvo purvainos līča ūdeņos un pārtiek no purva zālēs mītošām aļģēm (algae), tad tiešām dzimtas kopējais nosaukums ir zāles garneles, kas tālāk iedalās sīkāk.
Sastopamas Dienvidkarolīnā, gar visu Atlantijas ok. piekrasti un visās upju grīvās un rajonā, ko apskalo Golfa straume. Purvainās upju grīvās un līčos.
Grass shrimp are very common estuarine species in southeastern marshes and tidal creeks where they are usually associated with beds of submerged or emergent vegetation, oyster reef habitats or structures such as oyster shell, fouling communities, woody debris (Ruiz et al. 1993), docks or pilings (Coen et al. 1981). Marsh grass shrimp (P. vulgaris) tolerate somewhat higher salinities than its congener, the daggerblade grass shrimp (P. pugio). This has lead some to suggest a separation of the two species based on preferred habitat, although biotic interactions such as competition for food and space may be more important (Thorp 1976; Coen et al. 1981).





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Inese Poga-Smith
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