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Ecology of Brine Shrimp From Great Salt Lake, Utah, U.S.a. (Branchiopoda, Anostraca)

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El ciclo estacional de Artemia del Gran Lago Salado (Utah, U.S.A.) fue estudiado durante 1978-1979, 1981 y 1985-1986. El ciclo empieza en la primavera con la salida del cascarón de los huevos invernales (quistes). La primera generación de hembras hecha una nidada a finales de mayo, produciendo la segunda generación de adultos a mediados de julio. El porcentaje sexual de los primeros adultos es casi igual. Empezando a mediados de julio, la segunda generación de hembras forma el sexo dominante, sobrepasando a los machos de 66 a 91 % hasta mediados de agosto, después del cual las hembras declinan hasta 38 % en septiembre. Análisis estadístico del porcentaje sexual entre los camarones juveniles revela que las hembras sobre pasan a los machos significantemente, sugeriendo que las hembras adicionales fueron derivadas partenogenéticamente. Tales hembras puedan acelerar la producción de quistes para la siguiente primavera.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, U.S.A.


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