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Life History of Cambarus Robustus Girard in the Eramosa-Speed River System of Southwestern Ontario, Canada (Decapoda, Astacidea)

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La longévité moyenne de Cambarus robustus est de 3 ans, avec très peu d'individus survivant une année de plus. Les animaux se reproduisent à la fin du troisième été. Les mâles de la forme I ont une longueur de carapace moyenne de 30,6 mm, S.D. 3,23 mm, et mesurent de 23,4 à 41,9 mm. Les femelles ovigères apparaissent à la fin de juin et en juillet. Les femelles à maturité ont une longueur de carapace moyenne de 29,7 mm, S.D. 1,42 mm, et mesurent de 24,3 à 34,3 mm. Le nombre moyen des oeufs est de 61,1 (S.D. 26,8). La taille, l'âge et la fécondité de C. robustus dans le système de rivières Eramosa-Speed sont bien inférieurs à ce qui a été observé dans la région des lacs Kawartha (Hamr & Berrill, 1985).

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, College of Biological Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1, Canada

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1990-01-01
2016-05-07

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