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Marine Biology

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Correction to: A review on the biodiversity, distribution and trophic role of cephalopods in the Arctic and Antarctic marine ecosystems under a changing ocean

  • José C. XavierEmail author
  • Yves Cherel
  • Louise Allcock
  • Rui Rosa
  • Rushan M. Sabirov
  • Martin E. Blicher
  • Alexey V. Golikov
Correction

Correction to: Marine Biology (2018) 165:93  https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-018-3352-9

The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake. The citation of the reference Gleadall (2013) which is found in Table 1 has not been linked and this was missing in the reference list.

The corrected Table 1 and missing reference is given below.

Table 1

Arctic (including Pacific Subarctic) distribution of cephalopods

Species

Bathymetry

Geographic range (inside the studied area)

References

Opisthoteuthis borealis (Opisthoteuthidae)a

Mb

East and west coasts of Greenland

Collins (2002, 2005)

Opisthoteuthis albatrossi (Opisthoteuthidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Sasaki (1929), Kondakov (1941), Akimushkin (1965), Jereb et al. (2014)

Opisthoteuthis californiana (Opisthoteuthidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Sasaki (1929), Kondakov (1941), Akimushkin (1965), Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Cirroteuthis muelleri (Cirroteuthidae)a

Mb

Central Polar Basin, deep-water areas of the Norwegian, Greenland, Baffin seas and adjacent north Atlantic waters

Grieg (1933a), Nesis (1987a, b), Allcock et al. (2003b), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004), Jereb et al. (2014)

Stauroteuthis syrtensis (Stauroteuthidae)a

Mb

Deep-water north Atlantic up to east and west coasts of Greenland

Nesis (1987a), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004)

Eledone cirrhosa (Eledonidae)a

Sh

Norwegian shelf up to 70°N, Iceland

Nordgaard (1923), Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Muus (1959), Jereb et al. (2015)

Graneledone verrucosa (Megaleledonidae)a

Sl

North Atlantic up to 65°N

Bruun (1945), Mercer (1969), Allcock et al. (2003a), Jereb et al. (2014)

Graneledone boreopacifica (Megaleledonidae)b

Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Bathypolypus arcticus (Bathypolypodidae)a

Sh, Sl

Almost circumpolar at the Arctic shelf and slope, down to southern Greenland and areas to the south of Davis Strait

Nesis (1987b), Muus (2002), Jereb et al. (2014)

Bathypolypus bairdii (Bathypolypodidae)a

Sh, Sl

North Atlantic up to Disko Bay (western Greenland), Iceland and south-western part of the Barents Sea

Muus (2002), Gardiner and Dick (2010b), Jereb et al. (2014)

Bathypolypus pugniger (Bathypolypodidae)a

Sh, Sl

The Davis Strait, Iceland, Faroes; seems to inhabit “border” areas of ranges of B. arcticus and B. bairdii

Muus (2002), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Gardiner and Dick (2010b), Jereb et al. (2014)

Muusoctopus sibiricus (Enteroctopodidae)a

Sh

Laptev, East-Siberian, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas

Løyning (1930), Kondakov et al. (1981), Nesis (2001)

Muusoctopus sp. (Enteroctopodidae)d,a

Sl

Around the Spitsbergen Archipelago from deep-water sides, slope of the northern Barents and Kara Seas, St. Anna’s Trough

Nesis (2001), Allcock et al. (2006), Golikov et al. (unpubl. data)

Muusoctopus leioderma (Enteroctopodidae)c

Sh, Sl

The Bering Sea, southern part of the Chukchi Sea

Nesis (1987a, b), Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Muusoctopus hokkaidensis (Enteroctopodidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Nesis (1987a, b), Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Muusoctopus profundorum (Enteroctopodidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Muusoctopus oregonensis (Enteroctopodidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Nesis (1987a), Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Sasakiopus salebrosus (Enteroctopodidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Nesis (1987a), Jorgensen (2009), Jorgensen et al. (2010)

Enteroctopus dofleini (Enteroctopodidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Hartwick (1983), Jorgensen (2009)

Japetella diaphana (Amphitretidae)b

M

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Jorgensen (2009), Jereb et al. (2014)

Haliphron atlanticus (Alloposidae)a

Mb

North Atlantic, but there are two records from the Norwegian coast at 66.3°N–68.3°N

Willassen (1986), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004)

Onychoteuthis borealijaponica (Onychoteuthidae)b

Em

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Nesis (1987a), Kubodera et al. (1998), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Onykia robusta (Onychoteuthidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Nesis (1987a), Kubodera et al. (1998), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus fabricii (Gonatidae)a

Mb

Central Polar basin, the Norwegian, Greenland, Baffin Seas and adjacent north Atlantic waters, the Barents Sea and St. Anna’s Trough in the Kara Sea

Grieg (1933a, b), Young (1973), Kristensen (1983), Nesis (1987a, b), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004), Jereb and Roper (2010), Golikov et al. (2012, 2013b)

Gonatus steenstrupi (Gonatidae)a

M

North Atlantic up to 63°N

Kristensen (1981), Nesis (1987a, b), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus berryi (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Kubodera and Jefferts (1984a, b), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus kamtschaticus (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Kubodera and Jefferts (1984a, b), Nesis (1997), Jorgensen (2007, 2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus madokai (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Kubodera and Jefferts (1984a, b), Nesis (1997), Jorgensen (2007, 2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus onyx (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Kubodera and Jefferts (1984a, b), Nesis (1997), Jorgensen (2007, 2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus pyros (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatus ursabrunae (Gonatidae)b

M

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Kubodera and Jefferts (1984a, b), Okutani et al. (1988), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatopsis borealis (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Kubodera and Jefferts 1984a, b), Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jorgensen (2007, 2009); Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatopsis japonicus (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatopsis makko (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatopsis octopedatus (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Kubodera and Jefferts (1984b), Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Gonatopsis okutanii (Gonatidae)a

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Jereb and Roper (2010)

Eogonatus tinro (Gonatidae)a

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Okutani et al. (1988), Nesis (1997), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Berryteuthis magister (Gonatidae)c

M

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea; few rare records from the shelf part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Nesis (1987b, 1997), Okutani et al. (1988), Jorgensen (2007, 2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Berryteuthis anonychus (Gonatidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Nesis (1997), Jorgensen (2007, 2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Histioteuthis bonnellii (Histioteuthidae)a

Mb

North Atlantic, but there is a record from the Davis Strait (63.5°N)

Kristensen (1980)

Stygmatoteuthis dofleini (Histioteuthidae)b

M

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Nesis (1994), Voss et al. (1998), Jereb and Roper (2010), Young and Vecchione (2015)

Brachioteuthis riisei (Brachioteuthidae)a

M

North Atlantic up to Davis Strait in the western part and to the Iceland and the south Norgenian Sea (63.5°N) in the eastern part

Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Mercer (1969), Nesis (1987b), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004)

Architeuthis dux (Architeuthidae)a

Mb

Normally doesn’t live to the north from the Northern Sea; single stranding specimens rarely reach norwegian shelf up to 70°N)

Nordgaard (1923), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Bruun (1945), Muus (1959), Clarke (1966), Nesis (1987b), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004)

Illex illecebrosus (Ommastrephidae)a

Sh, Sl

Normally doesn’t live in the Arctic; some years foraging shoals reach southern Greenland, Baffin Island and Iceland (up to 66°N)

Grimpe (1933), Bruun (1945), Mercer (1969), Nesis (1987a)

Todarodes sagittatus (Ommastrephidae)a

Sh, Sl

Normally does not live to the north from the Northern Sea; some years foraging shoals reach the Barents Sea, White and Kara Seas

Derjugin (1915), Nordgaard (1923), Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Kondakov (1937), Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Clarke (1966), Wiborg (1984), Nesis (1987b), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004), Golikov et al. (2013b)

Todaropsis eblanae (Ommastrephidae)a

M

Normally does not live to the north from the Northern Sea; due to the Arctic warming, reach the Southerrn Barents Sea

Sabirov et al. (2009, 2012)

Ommastrephes bartramii (Ommastrephidae)b

E

Normally does not live in the Arctic (see comments in text according to reports of these findings); single stranding specimens rarely reach slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Sinclair (1991), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Chiroteuthis calyx (Chiroteuthidae)b

M

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Nesis (1987a), Jorgensen (2009), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Mastigoteuthis agassizii (Mastigoteuthidae)a

Mb

Normally does not live in the Arctic; two specimens found in the Denmark Strait in 2002 (about 65.0°N)

Golikov et al. (in prep.)

Teuthowenia megalops (Cranchiidae)a

Mb

Up to 70°N in the Baffin Sea, to 66°N in the Denmark Strait and to 63°N in the Norwegian Sea; recently found in the eastern Greenland Sea about 74°N

Nesis (1965), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Zumholz and Frandsen (2006), Golikov et al. (2013b)

Galiteuthis armata (Cranchiidae)a

Mb

Normally does not live in the Arctic; single specimen found in the Denmark Strait (about 65.6°N), probably due to Arctic warming

Golikov et al. (in prep.)

Galiteuthis phyllura (Cranchiidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Taonius borealis (Cranchiidae)b

Mb

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Jereb and Roper (2010)

Rossia moelleri (Sepiolidae)a

Sh

Almost circumpolar at the high Arctic shelf, rare lower than 75°N; as exceptions occur at Jan-Mayen and down to 63°N in the Baffin Sea

Kondakov (1937), Mercer (1968, 1969), Nesis (1987b), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Zumholz and Frandsen (2006)

Rossia palpebrosa (Sepiolidae)a

Sh, Sl

Almost circumpolar at the Arctic shelf and slope, down to southern Greenland and areas to the south of Davis Strait in the western Atlantic and to the North Sea in the eastern Atlantic

Nordgaard (1923), Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933a, b), Grimpe (1933), Kondakov (1937), Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Akimushkin (1965), Mercer (1968, 1969), Nesis (1987b), Bjørke and Gjøsæter (2004), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Golikov et al. (2013a)

Rossia macrosoma (Sepiolidae)a

Sh, Sl

Northern part of the North Sea, norwegian shelf up to 68°N, Iceland, eastern Greenland (Franz-Joseph Fjord)

Nordgaard (1923), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Muus (1959, 1962), Jonsson and Dagsson (1970), Nesis (1987b)

Rossia megaptera (Sepiolidae)a

Sh, Sl

Western north Atlantic up to 70°N in the Baffin Sea. Research on distribution in the eastern Atlantic in progress

Verrill (1881), Mercer (1968, 1969), Nesis (1987b), Frandsen and Zumholz (2004), Golikov et al. (in prep.)

Rossia pacifica (Sepiolidae)b

Sh, Sl

Slope and deep-sea part of the Bering Sea

Akimushkin (1965), Mercer (1968, 1969), Jereb and Roper (2005)

Neorossia caroli (Sepiolidae)a

Sh, Sl

Northern part of the North Sea, Iceland

Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Nesis et al. (2001)

Sepietta oweniana (Sepiolidae)a

Sh, Sl

Northern part of the North Sea, norwegian shelf up to 70°N; due to the Arctic warming reach the Tromsø Bank in the southern Barents Sea

Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933b), Grimpe (1933), Bruun (1945), Bergstrøm and Summers (1983), Nesis (1987b), Golikov et al. (2014)

Sepiola atlantica (Sepiolidae)a

Sh

Northern part of the North Sea, norwegian shelf up to 63°N, Iceland

Grimpe (1925, 1933), Nielsen (1930), Grieg (1933b), Adam (1939), Bruun (1945), Yau and Boyle (1996)

Sepiola pfefferi (Sepiolidae)a

Sh

Northern part of the North Sea, norwegian shelf up to 63°N

Grimpe (1921, 1925, 1933), Bruun (1945)

E epipelagic, Em epi-mesopelagic, M mesopelagic, Mb meso-bathypelagic, Sh shelf, Sl slope

aCephalopod species distributed in the Arctic, constantly or occasionally

bCephalopod species distributed in Pacific Subarctic

cCephalopod species distributed in Pacific Subarctic, which inhabit or occasionally spread into the Arctic

dMuusoctopus species from mentioned areas could be new species, or M. normani or M. johnsonianus; M. sp. from the Chukchi Sea (MacGinitie 1955, 1959; Kondakov et al. 1981; Nesis 1987b) are identified as M. sibiricus by I. Gleadall. Also, in some papers M. normani is synonymized with M. januarii (e.g. Gleadall 2013)

Notes

Reference

  1. Gleadall IG (2013) A molecular sequence proxy for Muusoctopus januarii and calibration of recent divergence among a group of mesobenthic octopuses. J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 447:106–122.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2013.02.017 CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • José C. Xavier
    • 1
    • 2
    Email author
  • Yves Cherel
    • 3
  • Louise Allcock
    • 4
  • Rui Rosa
    • 5
  • Rushan M. Sabirov
    • 6
  • Martin E. Blicher
    • 7
  • Alexey V. Golikov
    • 6
  1. 1.Departamento das Ciências da VidaMARE-Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre, Universidade de CoimbraCoimbraPortugal
  2. 2.British Antarctic Survey, Natural Environment Research CouncilCambridgeUK
  3. 3.Centre d’Etudes Biologiques de ChizéUPR 7372 du CNRS-Université de La RochelleVilliers-en-BoisFrance
  4. 4.Ryan Institute and School of Natural Sciences, National University of Ireland GalwayGalwayIreland
  5. 5.Laboratório Marítimo da Guia, Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre, Faculdade de Ciências daUniversidade de LisboaCascaisPortugal
  6. 6.Department of ZoologyKazan Federal UniversityKazanRussia
  7. 7.Greenland Climate Research Center, Greenland Institute of Natural ResourcesNuukGreenland

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