Soft-Bodied Zooplankton Predators and Competitors of Larval Herring (Clupea harengus pallasi) at Herring Spawning Grounds in British Columbia

@inproceedings{Purcell1990SoftBodiedZP,
  title={Soft-Bodied Zooplankton Predators and Competitors of Larval Herring (Clupea harengus pallasi) at Herring Spawning Grounds in British Columbia},
  author={Jennifer E. Purcell},
  year={1990}
}
The soft-bodied zooplankton predators and the microzooplankton foods of herring larvae were collected at 28 herring spawning grounds in British Columbia in April 1984, when herring larvae (Clupea harengus pallasi) hatched. The same predator species were found throughout coastal B.C., but total densities varied over three orders of magnitude. Barkley Sound had the highest densities, and bays in northern B.C. and the Strait of Georgia had higher densities than open shorelines in both regions… CONTINUE READING

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