Zur Ökologie vonPomatoceros triqueter (Serpulidae, Polychaeta)

@article{Klckner2005ZurV,
  title={Zur {\"O}kologie vonPomatoceros triqueter (Serpulidae, Polychaeta)},
  author={K. Kl{\"o}ckner},
  journal={Helgol{\"a}nder wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={352-400}
}
  • K. Klöckner
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen
The sessile, filter-feeding tube wormPomatoceros triqueter (L.), which occurs on solid substrata such as rocks or shells, is eurybathic in Helgoland waters (southern North Sea). The paper presents data from 1970 to 1972 on the season of larval settlement, settlement behaviour of larvae, as well as on growth and mortality rates of adults. It compares results of fouling experiments at two shallow sites on the rocky base (each 7 m deep) and of dredging samples in a local depression southwest of… Expand
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Zur Ökologie vonPomatoceros triqueter (Serpulidae, Polychaeta)
  • K. Klöckner
  • Biology, Chemistry
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen
  • 2005
TLDR
Data from laboratory experiments on the physiological potential of the polychaete in regard to temperature are presented and intraspecific correlations of the different parameters employed (tube sizes, fresh and dry weight) are presented as exponential functions of y=axb. Expand
Zur Ökologie der Polychaeten des Helgoländer Felslitorals
  • L. Gillandt
  • Biology
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen
  • 2005
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Recommendations are made regarding remediation of areas suffering reef damage by increasing understanding of the factors influencing larval settlement and evidence for the role of light in controlling the depth and substrate-orientation preferences of S. vermicularis larvae is discussed. Expand
Development of a subtidal epifaunal community at the island of Helgoland
  • K. Anger
  • Biology
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen
  • 2005
TLDR
It is concluded that succession-like processes can occur in subtidal fouling communities, but there the existence of a globally stable climax is unlikely and the concept of multistable points seems to be better applicable to marine ecosystems than that of succession in the classical sense. Expand
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The role of artificial material for benthic communities - Establishing different concrete materials as hard bottom environments.
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Results indicate differences in settlement communities for different surface orientation (Top, Front/Back) of the cubes, however, the found differences between the concrete types tested are not sufficiently clear to provide recommendations for their usability in coastal constructions. Expand
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