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Larvae of Cerura vinula L. were raised at 18, 25 and 30°C in order to test the effect of temperature on the speed of the entire larval development. The time required decreases hyperbolically, with increasing temperature. The optimum temperature seems to be 25°C since all larvae raised at this...
The distribution and abundance of subtidal meiobenthos were studied monthly from June 1967 through May 1968 at five stations on the Bermuda platform: Two in Castle Harbor, two in Baileys Bay, and one in Harrington Sound. Total number of individuals ranged from 12.2–133.3x10 4 /m 2 and dry...
At the end of their migration larvae of Hypoderma bovis have reached about 42% of their final length, but only 10% of their final body-weight. Oxygenium-consum/mg body-weight decreased during the larval development: a larva of 50 mg weight needs 800 mm 3 /mg·h, one of 1500 mg weight only 100 mm...
Analyses of the faeces of seven species of woodland, litterdwelling snails ( Marpessa laminata, Clausilia bidentata, Oxychilus cellarius, O. alliarius, Discus rotundatus, Arianta arbustorum and Hygromia striolata ), showed that all feed predominently on higher plant material, be it living or...
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