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Drift Seeds and Drift Fruits
... interesting comes from the widespread distribution of the coconut crab (Birgus latro). According to Harries (Principes Vol. 27, 1983), this large land crab could not have achieved its present widespread inter ... crabs may have actually rafted on coconuts from island to island. See Coconut Crab Buttons See Coconut Crab Magnets The Galapagos Islands The Galapagos Islands, always a provocative place for ...
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glyncon3
... when it started to appear, just as I was focusing - it has to be a land crab as the site is 2500ft above sea level and 10km from the coast. This species ...
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Welcome to University of Hawaii at Manoa Botany
... seed (and seedling) predation by land crabs and rats, and 2) resource competition between land crabs and rats and predation of land crabs by rats. Palmyra’s land crab / rat / tree interface is a bridge between marine and terrestrial biotic systems. All of Palmyra’s land crab ...
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Faculty of Science, Technology & Engineering - La Trobe University
... measurement. Journal of Tropical Ecology 12:427-434. RED LAND CRAB ECOLOGY Green, P.T. 2004. Burrow dynamics of the red land crab Gecarcoidea natalis (Brachyura, Gecarcinidae) in rain forest on ... Green, P.T. 2004. Field observations of moulting and moult increment in the red land crab, Gecarcoidea natalis (Brachyura, Gecarcinidae), on Christmas Island (Indian Ocean). Crustaceana 77:125-128. Green ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - DICAMBA
... . In combination with a phenoxyalkanoic acid or other herbicide, dicamba is used in pastures, range land, and non-crop areas such as fence-rows and roadways to control weeds. Formulation: Not ... than 100 mg/L in grass shrimp, and greater than 180 mg/L in fiddler crab and sheepshead minnow [5]. The LC50 (48-hour) for dicamba is 35 mg/L in ...
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Which plants need to be grown outdoors? - Bonsai
... You must be very sure to get permission to do this on any piece of land that you do not own. > Sometimes you can find good material when a parcel ... Small foliage is another desirable trait. > Trees that fruit and flower are very popular. Azalea, crab apple (malus), cotoneaster, wisteria, flowering quince (chaenomeles), firethorn (pyracantha), crape myrtle (lagerstroemia), honeysuckle (lonicera) ...
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LadyJai's Roses
... up through the massive amount of Kentucky 31 grass and crab grass. It was so hard to keep crab grass out despite all our attempts to get ... out of place. There were no dandelions, no clovers, no weeds, and no crab grass. At closer examination, the blades of grass were quite green and soft ... love it so far. We are on a corner lot with lots of land. I have mapped out a few areas already for my roses. And ...
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Estuary
... who walked the earth before the dinosaurs. It is the horseshoe crab! It is called a "living fossil" because it has stayed ... years. Its nearest relatives are spiders and scorpions. The horseshoe crab bulldozes through the mudflats turning up worms and clams with ... tip, but the horseshoe crab doesn't consider it a weapon. The Indians called the estuary "Between-Land", not quite land and not quite water. ...
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Tidepool
... fairly simple compared to other kinds of sea animals, such as fishes and whales. A crab, for example, can grow back a lost claw. A starfish cut in half might grow ... , and baby lobsters find shelter under the swaying fronds of brown kelp. Tidepools give us land dwellers a chance to peak at the daily lives of ocean animals: hunting, eating, fighting ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #10B
... holds its wings at right angles to the body, closely appressed to the substrate. A crab spider (family Thomisidae) sitting in its abush position on the flower head of Hulsea californica ... vigorously and makes a loud, resonating courtship call. If the female is impressed she will land next to him. Right: The brightly colored, upper tail feathers of a peacock (Pavo cristatus ...
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