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An epibenthic sampler used to study the ontogeny of vertical migration of pandalus dordani (Decapoda caridea) Public Deposited

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  • Pandalis jordani Rathbun, like many other species of pandalid shrimps, undergo regular diel changes in their vertical distribution (Tegelberg and Smith 1957; Alverson et al. 1960; Pearcy 1970, 1972; Robinson in press). Little is known, however, about the vertical distribution and diel migrations of larval and juvenile shrimp, or at what stage of the life history vertical migration and benthic existence are initiated.
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  • Reprinted from Fish. Bull. 74(4):994-997.

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