Swimming speeds of oyster larvaeCrassostrea virginica in different salinities and temperatures View Full Text


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DATE

1978-12

AUTHORS

Herbert Hidu, Harold H. Haskin

ABSTRACT

Swimming speeds of oyster larvaeCrassostrea virginica were determined in constant and increasing salinities to learn more about the oyster larval “salinity response”. “Normal” non-directed swimming speeds ranged from less than 1 cm/min for early veligers to 5 cm/min for “eyed” veligers with temperature an important variable. When subjected to hourly salinity increases of 0.5‰, most larvae swam upward or downward at approximately 3 times the above speeds. Larvae with values closed in response to traces of formalin sank at speeds of 5 to 50 cm/min depending on larval stage. The results may explain the differential vertical position of larval stages in estuaries and suggest the presence of a taxic component to the salinity response. More... »

PAGES

252-255

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TITLE

Chesapeake Science

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

1

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http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/1351527

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