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The ecology of some Harpacticoid copepods of a California sand flat

The main purpose of this study is to describe the population ecology of eight species of harpacticoid copepods over a period of one year with emphasis on the effects of physical interactions and biotic factors on these populations. The species were: Amphiascopsis sintus (Claus) 1866, Stenhelia (D.) oblonga Lang, 1965, Heterolaphote variables Lang, 1965, Ectinosoma melaniceps Boek ? var. T. Scott, 1902, Paralophonte subterraneas Lang, 1965, Tisbe furcata (Baird) 1837, Diasaccus spinatus Cambell, 1929 and Parathelestris bulbiseta Cambell?.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:pacific.edu/oai:scholarlycommons.pacific.edu:uop_etds-2911
Date01 January 1976
CreatorsWilliams, David R.
PublisherScholarly Commons
Source SetsUniversity of the Pacific
Detected LanguageEnglish
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SourceUniversity of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

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