Qualitative models of the life cycles of Calanoides acutus, Calanus propinquus, and Rhincalanus gigas View Full Text


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DATE

1988-07

AUTHORS

Victor Marin

ABSTRACT

The life cycle of Calanoides acutus, Calanus propinquus, and Rhincalanus gigas was analyzed in samples collected by five expeditions from 1963 to 1984 in the Scotia and Weddell Seas. The result of this analysis, and of published data suggest that C. acutus and C. propinquus have a one year life cycle. Males of C. acutus are present in the population for a short period of time during late winter and fertilization occurs in deep waters. C. propinquus mates in the surface and males are present in the population throughout the summer. Part of its population may remain in the surface waters in winter. R. gigas has a more flexible, one or two year life cycle. Late summer spawning may occur in this species. More... »

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439-446

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