Population dynamics of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1853) (Amphipoda: Hyalidae) associated with an intertidal algal belt in southeastern Brazil

Population dynamics of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1853) (Amphipoda: Hyalidae) associated with an intertidal algal belt in southeastern Brazil

Lucas Alegretti, Gisela de A. Umbuzeiro, Maurea N. Flynn

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Agradecimentos: We thank Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior (CAPES) for the scholarship provided to the first and third authors and the team of the Laboratory of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Microbiology, University of Campinas for helping wit

Static life tables were used to establish demographic parameters such as size-class structure, abundance trends, sex ratio, net reproductive rate, generation time, and per capita rate of population growth for a population of the amphipod Parahyale hawaien

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Population dynamics of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1853) (Amphipoda: Hyalidae) associated with an intertidal algal belt in southeastern Brazil

Lucas Alegretti, Gisela de A. Umbuzeiro, Maurea N. Flynn


										

Population dynamics of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1853) (Amphipoda: Hyalidae) associated with an intertidal algal belt in southeastern Brazil

Lucas Alegretti, Gisela de A. Umbuzeiro, Maurea N. Flynn

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    Journal of crustacean biology

    Vol. 36, no. 6 (Nov., 2016), p. 785-791