Consistent spatial patterns of arrival of larvae of the honeycomb barnacle Chamaesipho tasmanica Foster and Anderson in New South Wales.

  title={Consistent spatial patterns of arrival of larvae of the honeycomb barnacle Chamaesipho tasmanica Foster and Anderson in New South Wales.},
  author={Jeffery and Underwood},
  journal={Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology},
  volume={252 1},
  • Jeffery, Underwood
  • Published 2000 in
    Journal of experimental marine biology and…
The small honeycomb barnacle Chamaesipho tasmanica occurs in patches at high levels on exposed rocky shores, but often carpets the substratum at mid-shore levels of sheltered shores in south-eastern Australia. Studies of larval supply from 1990 to 1993 and concurrent monitoring of settlement from 1991 to 1993 revealed that larval arrival and settlement were typified by trickles of larvae from late July to December (although some were observed in January and February). Major pulses of arriving… CONTINUE READING
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