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Some new sand-dwelling copepods
The copepods described in this paper come from two sources, the Firth of Clyde and the St Lawrence River. Several new species were collected from Balloch Bay on the Greater Cumbrae in 1935 and 1936Expand
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Copepods from the interstitial fauna of a sandy beach
Attention was first drawn by Wilson (1932) to the large copepod fauna which can be found in an ordinary sandy beach. In his introduction he describes his method of collecting these copepods (p. 7)Expand
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Studies on Ligia oceanica . I. A. Habitat and Effect of Change of Environment on Respiration. B. Observations on Moulting and Breeding
1. Ligia is a nocturnal animal inhabiting crevices in rocks above high-tide level. It is omnivorous though Fucus spp. form the main article of diet. 2. Immersion experiments were carried out in whichExpand
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On the biology of Calanus finmarchicus. V. Seasonal distribution, size, weight and chemical composition in Loch Striven in 1933, and their relation to the phytoplankton
1. The seasonal changes in the population of Calanus in Loch Striven in 1933 have been investigated. 2. There were three main breeding periods. The first was in February and March, an unsuccessfulExpand
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