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Growth and Production of Tylos Capensis Krauss, 1843 (Isopoda)

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Une population de Tylos capensis a été surveillée pendant un an sur un champ de dunes côtières en arrière d'un plage exposée. Les animaux étaient concentrés près de la plage et les juvéniles étaient incorporés dans la population à une taille de 1-2 mm en février-mai, indiquant une ponte estivale. Les femelles reproductives étaient inactives et produisaient environ 11 embryons par ponte. La croissance continuait jusqu'à l'âge de 4 ou 5 ans et jusqu'à une largueur de 14 mm environ. Le taux de mortalité spécifiquement lié à l'âge était de 0,77 y-1 et la biomasse de population de 3,55 g sans cendres par m de littoral. Le rapport estimé P/B était de 1,38-1 et la valeur énergétique moyenne de 7,8 kJ.g-1.

Affiliations: 1: Zoology Department and Institute for Coastal Research, University of Port Elizabeth, P.O. Box 1600, PE 6000, South Africa

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1991-01-01
2017-06-26

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