Tisbe (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) species from the Lagoon of Venice. I. Seasonal fluctuations and ecology View Full Text


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DATE

1975-05

AUTHORS

G. Fava, B. Volkmann

ABSTRACT

Distribution and abundance of Tisbe species were studied throughout a period of 3 years at 3 stations in the Lagoon of Venice (Italy). At 2 other stations samples were taken occasionally, as also at the Lido station (open sea). Twelve species may be considered as common inhabitants of the lagoon, and 3 species appear to be occasional transients, compared to the 9 species found at the Lido. A comparison of the physical data shows that the stations were similar in temperature and salinity, but differed primarily in pH values, sediment characteristics, algal substratum and faunal benthic community. The fact that remarkable differences in species composition and distribution of Tisbe could be observed between the various parts of the lagoon and the lagoon and the open sea, indicates that temperature and salinity are not so important for species diversity as are biotic factors. A particularly strong difference existed between samples taken at the bottom and from pilings, which constitute a very special biotope for the benthic communities in the lagoon and seem to be a preferred habitat for T. lagunaris and T. cucumariae. The data suggest that there is a certain interaction between T. holothuriae and the other species. Whenever T. holothuriae was abundant, the other species were rare, but T. clodiensis, T. dobzhanskii (Stations 1 and 2) and Tisbe sp. (Station 3) attained high relative abundance whenever T. holothuriae decreased considerably in number. T. holothuriae represents certainly the hardiest species of the lagoon, displaying a great ability to cope with stress conditions, even those present in the interior lagoon where strong fluctuations in salinity, temperature, pH and oxygen prevail. More... »

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151-165

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Marine Biology

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2

VOLUME

30

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