Pseudocandona rostrata is a cold-water stenothermal
benthic species inhabiting small lakes, springs and interstitial groundwater and groundwater-fed ponds.
geiseri in stenothermal
waters breeds throughout the year regardless of other environmental factors.
diaboli utilizes there are stenothermal. Therefore, differences in habitat availability between the Devils River and upper Pinto Creek offer a unique opportunity to elucidate life history strategies among D.
If reproduction truly coincides with these factors, stenothermal environments, such as spring systems, would negate the need for seasonal spawning and make continuous spawning favorable.
nobilis occupy stenothermal
spring-fed waters (Hubbs, in press).
Environmental variables within the upper San Marcos River differed from Florida streams inhabited by the species, including year-round stenothermal water temperature and turbidity was generally lower (Swift, 1970).
Water quality in this section of the San Marcos River was characterized by low turbidity, stenothermal water temperature (i.e., ~22 C) and high abundance of submerged aquatic macrophytes.
The myth of metabolic cold adaptation: oxygen consumption in stenothermal
Antarctic bivalves In: E.
Among scallops, COX activity ranged significantly higher in Aequipecten opercularis from the warmer Irish Sea than in cold adapted stenothermal Adamussium colbecki from the high Antarctic, whereas CS activities were similar in both species (Philipp et al.
Levels of metabolic cold adaptation: tradeoffs in eurythermal and stenothermal ectotherms.
In our study we investigated oxygen binding to the hemocyanin of this stenothermal Antarctic octopod by using a technique that allows continuous and simultaneous recordings of blood pH and oxygenation and the construction of diagrams depicting changes in oxygen saturation with pH (pH/saturation diagrams; Portner, 1990).
senoi are very stenothermal (Portner and Zielinski, 1998).