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Title: Population dynamics of the acorn barnacles, Tetraclita squamosa and Tetraclita japonica (Cirripedia: Balanomorpha), in Hong Kong
Authors: Benny K. K. Chan
Gray A. Williams
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: Intense Settlement
Mature Gonad
Settlement Event
Semibalanus Balanoides
Settlement Season
Date: 2004
Issue Date: 2018-05-14T06:36:36Z
Publisher: Marine Biology
Abstract: Abstract: Tetraclita squamosa and Tetraclita japonica are common, intertidal barnacles. In Hong Kong, the population dynamics of the two species exhibited spatial and temporal variation on two semi-exposed shores. T. squamosa produced egg masses from May–June and annual settlement and recruitment occurred from June–July. In contrast, settlement and recruitment of T. japonica was sparse from March–May, but intensified in July–October. Mature gonads and egg masses were, however, only present from September–November, suggesting the larvae from the two settlement pulses originated from other locations as well as Hong Kong populations. Settlement intensity and post-recruitment mortality of the two species varied between sites, possibly due to spatial variation in free rock space, physical transport of larvae and abundance of food in the water column.
Relation: 146(1) pp.149-160
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/46280
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