Pelagic larval duration and dispersal distance revisited.

@article{Shanks2009PelagicLD,
  title={Pelagic larval duration and dispersal distance revisited.},
  author={Alan L. Shanks},
  journal={The Biological bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={216 3},
  pages={373-85}
}
I present dispersal distances for 44 species with data on propagule duration (PD) for 40 of these. Data were combined with those in Shanks et al. (2003; Ecol. Appl. 13: S159-S169), providing information on 67 species. PD and dispersal distance are correlated, but with many exceptions. The distribution of dispersal distances was bimodal. Many species with PDs longer than 1 day dispersed less than 1 km, while others dispersed tens to hundreds of kilometers. Organisms with short dispersal… CONTINUE READING
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