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Ready and Waiting: Delayed Hatching and Extended Incubation of Anamniotic Vertebrate Terrestrial Eggs
Some anamniotic aquatic vertebrates lay eggs in a terrestrial habitat that is hostile to the survival of hatchings or larvae. These terrestrial eggs are ready and able to hatch at a particularExpand
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The relative sensitivity of competing hydropsychid species to fluoride toxicity in the Cache la Poudre River (Colorado)
The influence of increased fluoride concentrations generated by a wastewater treatment plant on the spatial distribution and abundance of benthic larvae of Hydropsychidae (Insecta, Trichoptera)Expand
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Vertical Distribution Patterns
The chapter describes the vertical distribution pattern of intertidal fishes and the characteristic habitat types of the rocky intertidal zone. Two groups of fishes can be found in the intertidalExpand
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Metabolism during Delayed Hatching in Terrestrial Eggs of a Marine Fish, the Grunion Leuresthes tenuis
California grunion, Leuresthes tenuis (Osteichthyes: Atherinidae), leave the ocean to spawn in the sand following extreme high tides in summer. Eggs develop out of water and are able to hatch withinExpand
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Respiration in Water and Air
The chapter examines the features of the habitat that may have led to the evolution of air-breathing among amphibious intertidal fishes, and then describes the behavior and physiology of theExpand
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The purpose of this chapter is to illustrate some ways in which data on the characteristics of Amniotes can be combined with phylogenic information. It also aims to develop analytical methods thatExpand
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Beach-Spawning Fishes: Reproduction in an Endangered Ecosystem
A Leap of Faith: Evolution of Beach Spawning Behavior Overview of Biogeography and Ecology of Beach-Spawning Fishes Fish Families with Many Intertidal Species Also Have Many Species that Spawn onExpand
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An Ecological Gradient in Air-Breathing Ability among Marine Cottid Fishes
  • K. Martin
  • Biology
  • Physiological Zoology
  • 1 September 1996
Several fish species in the family Cottidae (sculpins) are able to exchange respiratory gases in air during periods of emergence from water. These fishes live in the marine intertidal zone and may beExpand
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Microsatellite and Mitochondrial Genetic Comparisons between Northern and Southern Populations of California Grunion (Leuresthes tenuis)
Abstract Although the type specimen of California Grunion (Leuresthes tenuis) was described from a local fish market in 1860, this coastal marine fish was not seen in San Francisco again until 2001,Expand
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Dynamics of Soil Denitrifier Populations: Relationships between Enzyme Activity, Most-Probable-Number Counts, and Actual N Gas Loss.
To better understand temporal variability in soil denitrification, denitrifying enzyme activity (DEA) and denitrifier populations (as determined by most-probable-number [MPN] counts) were measured inExpand
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