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Biology and Ecology of the Rock Crab, Cancer Irroratus Say, 1817, in Southern New England Waters (Decapoda, Brachyura )

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De fevrier 1974 à mai 1975 des chalutages commerciaux, les poissons predateurs et le SCUBA ont ete utilises pour 6chantillonner la population d'adultes et de jeunes du crabe Cancer irl'Ol'CltllJ dans les eaux du sud de la Nouvelle Angleterre. Le but était d'etudier la composition par tailles, la maturite sexuelle, la fecondite, la croissance et la periodicite de mue, et d'estimer I'Age et la mortalite. La raie Raja erinacea et la morue Gadus callai-ias ont 6t6 employ6es pour 1'echantillonnage biologique. Les tailles de 561/1 crabes provenant de contenus stomacaux montrent que les raies s'attaquent davantage aux crabes de moins de 20 mm de large que les morues et que les deux pr6- dateurs pourraient être utilises comme indicateurs des periodes de mue de ce crabe.

Affiliations: 1: Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island 02881, U.S.A.


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