Species-Specific Vulnerability of Benthic Marine Embryos of Congeneric Snails (Haminoea spp.) to Ultraviolet Radiation and Other Intertidal Stressors

@article{Russell2009SpeciesSpecificVO,
  title={Species-Specific Vulnerability of Benthic Marine Embryos of Congeneric Snails (Haminoea spp.) to Ultraviolet Radiation and Other Intertidal Stressors},
  author={Janine Russell and N. Phillips},
  journal={The Biological Bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={217},
  pages={65 - 72}
}
We used field surveys and multi-factorial experiments to examine synergistic effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) and low tide conditions on the embryonic mortality of two bubble-shell snail species that deposit gelatinous egg masses in intertidal mudflats: Haminoea zelandiae from New Zealand, and Haminoea vesicula from Washington, USA. Egg masses of both species were predominantly found in shallow pools at low tide, and a substantial proportion of both were found in sunny as well as shaded… Expand
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