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TEMPERATURE EFFECT ON THE BEHAVIOR AND LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY RHYTHM AS RELATED TO WATER BALANCE IN THE AQUATIC/LAND CRAB POTAMON POTAMIOS OLIVIER (CRUSTACEA, BRACHYURA, POTAMONIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Locomotor activity of the aquatic/land crab Potamon potamios Olivier was studied at different temperatures and with reference to water balance conditions. Large crabs were diurnal more often than medium-sized ones. Both groups differed also in their activity pattern at different temperatures. Large crabs showed signs of a temperature adaptation as indicated by a drop in activity at high temperatures. Water loss up to 30°C was minimal and could not be a factor affecting the behavior of the crabs. At higher temperatures water loss increased and could affect the activity pattern.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa 32000, Israel.

10.1163/1937240X82X00536
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2017-08-19

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