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The Apparent Influence of Salinity On the Distribution of Barnacle Species in Chesapeake Bay (Cirripedia)

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Im Juni 1967 wurden Seepocken (Balanomorpha) an mehreren Stellen der Küste der Chesapeake Bay gesammelt. Die relative Häufigkeit verschiedener Arten wurde mit dem Salzgehalt an der Fundstelle verglichen. Dieser Vergleich, sowie physiologische Daten in der Literatur zeigen an, dass der Salzgehalt einen wichtigen ökologischen Faktor der Kontrolle der Verbreitung dieser Arten in der Bucht darstellt.

Affiliations: 1: U. S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.


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