||Polychaetes of the New York Bight: A Key and a Discussion of the Ecology of the Dominant Species.
Frey, John R. ;
Swartz, R. C. ;
DeBen, W. A. ;
Martin, D. T. ;
Baumgartner., D. J. ;
||Pacific Northwest Environmental Research Lab., Newport, Oreg. Marine Science Center.;Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, Colo. Resources Development Internship Program.;Portland State Univ., Oreg. Urban Studies Center.
New York Bight ;
Life cycles ;
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||The major portion of this report is an identification key to the polychaetes of New York Bight. The key covers polychaetes collected on six surveys at a site twelve miles south of Fire Island. An introduction to the key defines terms which may be unfamiliar. A discussion of the data and a summary of the life histories of the five most common polychaetes in the samples follows the key. Possible relationships between life histories and abundance are suggested.
||Prepared in cooperation with Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Boulder, Colo. Resources Development Internship Program, and Portland State Univ., Oreg. Urban Studies Center.
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||06C; 06F; 57N; 57H
||PC A03/MF A01