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PERACARIDS ASSOCIATED WITH SABELLARIID WORM ROCK (PHRAGMATOPOMA LAPIDOSA KINBERG) AT SEBASTIAN INLET, FLORIDA, U.S.A.

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ABSTRACT The amphipod and isopod crustaceans associated with colonies of the sabellariid worm Phragmatopoma lapidosa were sampled monthly from rock jetties at Sebastian Inlet, Florida, for 1 year. Six isopod and 10 amphipod species were collected. The isopods were strongly dominated by 2 species, Paradella dianae and Sphaeroma walkeri, which composed 98% of total isopod abundance. The amphipods were dominated by 3 species, Hyale perieri, Elasmopus pectinicrus, and Ampithoe pollex, which together made up 91% of total amphipod abundance. Densities of the dominant isopods showed 2 seasonal peaks, in early spring and in fall, associated with recruitment of small individuals to the habitat. Amphipod seasonal abundance patterns were species specific and generally less clear than for the dominant isopods. Maximum estimated abundances of both isopod species (35,000-50,000 m-2) and amphipod species (4,000-22,000 m-2) were high relative to maximum abundances recorded from other peracarid habitats in the region.

10.1163/193724092X00139
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2017-09-22

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