Zur berwindung der biologischen Grenze Meer?Land durch Mollusken: II. Untersuchungen an Limapontia capitata, Limapontia depressa und Assiminea grayana

@article{Seelemann1968ZurBD,
  title={Zur berwindung der biologischen Grenze Meer?Land durch Mollusken: II. Untersuchungen an Limapontia capitata, Limapontia depressa und Assiminea grayana},
  author={Ursula Seelemann},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1968},
  volume={1},
  pages={356-368}
}

Population dynamics, biomass and productivity of Limapontia depressa (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia) at Bull Island, Dublin, Ireland

Limapontia depressa was present in the saltmarsh pools at Bull Island, Dublin from October to June each year. Numbers peaked in December, with a secondary peak in April, and the maximum density

Population dynamics, biomass and productivity of Limapontia depressa (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia) at Bull Island, Dublin, Ireland

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Über die Wirkung industrieller Abwasser auf Tiere des marinen Supralitorals

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Life cycle and production of assiminea japonica v. martens and angustassiminea castanea (westerlund) at a reed marsh in gamo lagoon, northern japan (gastropoda: assimineidae)

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Veränderungen der Eikapselvolumina während der entwicklung verschiedener Opisthobranchier-Arten (Mollusca, Gastropoda)

The degree of eggcapsule enlargement and its intensity during development exhibit interspecific differences and are compared and discussed with respect to possible explanations for the enlargements.

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