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Huddling up in a dry environment: the physiological benefits of aggregation in an intertidal gastropod
In many intertidal gastropods, the formation of aggregations and closing of the opercular opening are behaviors commonly assumed to be associated with water conservation and maintenance of body… Expand
Lottery Coexistence on Rocky Shores: Weak Niche Differentiation or Equal Competitors Engaged in Neutral Dynamics?
Reconciling how niche and neutral processes may be important in species coexistence has revealed two important weaknesses in our collective understanding of species diversity: few empirical studies… Expand
Coexistence and intertidal zonation of chthamalid barnacles along central Chile: Interference competition or a lottery for space?
Abstract In systems with open populations, both local (e.g. hierarchical interference competition) and regional processes (e.g. recruitment limitation and source-sink dynamics) can be important in… Expand
Both like it hot? Influence of temperature on two co-occurring intertidal barnacles in central Chile
Abstract Jehlius cirratus and Notochthamalus scabrosus , two chthamalid barnacles common to the upper rocky intertidal coast of Chile, often overlap extensively in their vertical distribution, with… Expand
Tumbling under the surf: wave-modulated settlement of intertidal mussels and the continuous settlement-relocation model
For many mussel species, the model of planktonic development followed by meta- morphosis and settlement in the benthic habitat is complicated by the existence of planktonic post-metamorphic stages… Expand