Aspects of the biology of Mytilocypris henricae (Chapman) (Crustacea, Ostracoda) with particular emphasis on salinity tolerance, life history and postembryonic ontogeny
Three major apects of the biology of Mytilocypris henricae (Chapman ) are studied experimentally determined salinity tolerance and preference, the effects of postembryonal temperature ontogeny and salinity and growth on and the the population structure and dynamics of this species in Lake Bathurst (N.S.W.). Some notes on the effects of various factors upon hatching of eggs of this species are also added. Both temperature and salinity have a significant effect on survival of...[Show more]
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