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Interdecadal variation in developmental timing of Neocalanus plumchrus populations at Ocean Station P in the subarctic North Pacific
A single copepod species, Neocalanus plumchrus (Marukawa), makes up much of the mesozooplankton biomass in the subarctic Pacific. Its vertical distribution and developmental sequence are bothExpand
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Caligoid Copepods (Crustacea) of the Hawaiian lslands: Parasitic on Fishes of the Family Acanthuridae
The caligoid copepods of Hawaiian fishes have not been studied previously in a systematic manner. The only references that include Hawaiian caligoids are: Nordmann (1864), describing Norion expansusExpand
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Mesozooplankton community characteristics in the NE subarctic Pacific
Mesozooplankton biomass, species composition, abundance, and vertical distribution were determined along a transect from the continental slope off the west coast of Canada to Ocean Station Papa (OSP)Expand
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Development, Body Length, and Feeding of Tigriopus Californicus (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) in Laboratory and Field Populations
Development of the harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus californicus was observed under temperature and salinity regimes representative of seasonal conditions in the splashpools of Barkley Sound, Canada.Expand
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Copper tolerance of Skeletonema costa and Nitzschia thermalis
Abstract The effect of elevated copper concentration on the growth of two marine diatoms, Skeletonema costatum and Nitzschia thermalis was studied. S. costatum did not grow above 5 × 10 −7 M (pCu =Expand
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Life History of the Caligid Copepod Lepeophtheirus dissimulatus Wilson, 1905 (Crustacea: Caligoida)
COPEPODS of the family Caligidae are found as external parasites on both fresh and salt water fishes throughout the world. Even with their wide distribution, reIa t ivel y little is known about theirExpand
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