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ArticleTitlePlankton 13C:12C ratio changes with latitude: differences between northern and southern oceans Bythograea thermydron is the most well-studied of these and is the dominant crab at vent sites spanning 40 degrees of latitude (~4,500 km) from ~20[degrees]S to 20[degrees]N along the East … T. W. Physiol. Humphris Acta 398: 303–314, Lee, W. L. (1966a). K. L. S. E. Comp. ArticleTitleThe first zoeal stage of a hydrothermal vent crab (Decapoda: brachyura: Bythograeidae) An ontogenetic shift in the diet towards teleost fish was observed. Part of Springer Nature. J. R. Academic Press, New York, p. 2–64, Lilley, J., Baross, J. Crustacea:Eupagurus bernhardus, Hyas coarctatus andUpogebia deltaura. J. mar. Handle1:CAS:528:DyaE1MXhslajs7s%3D, CAS 29 (1985) During two cruises to a hydrothermal vent site along the East Paciﬁc Rise, we collected a variety of endemic organisms, including approximately 300 specimens of B. thermydron. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 251 A. I. 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