Cancer irroratus

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crab of eastern coast of North America


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Some estimates of population density and feeding habits of the rock crab, Cancer irroratus, in a kelp bed in Nova Scotia.
Guide to indicator fragments of principal prey taxa in the stomachs of two common Atlantic crab species: Cancer borealis Stimpson, 1859 and Cancer irroratus Say, 1817.
Atlantic rock crab, Cancer irroratus (Reddin, 1973; Evans and Mann, 1977; Carter and Steele, 1982a).
In predatorily naive postlarval lobsters, res ponses to metabolites of Cancer irroratus and Mytilus edulis (normal lobster prey) were lower than in field-collected adult lobsters that may have had experience with those prey (Daniel and Bayer, 1987a).
Our results show that, in the absence of recent experience, Cancer irroratus did not strongly respond to the effluent of either Mytilus edulis or Geukensia demissa.
A comparison of predation rates by non-indigenous and indigenous crabs (juvenile Carcinus maenas, juvenile Cancer irroratus, and adult Dyspanopeus sayi) in laboratory and field experiments.
Entrainment of seasonal and nonseasonal rhythms by the rock crab Cancer irroratus.
Size at maturity and fecundity of rock crabs, Cancer irroratus, from the Bay of Fundy and southwestern Nova Scotia.
Occurrence size composition and sex ratio of the rock crab, Cancer irroratus Say and the spider crab, Libinia emarginata Leach in Delaware Bay.
and rock crabs Cancer irroratus in coastal areas of Atlantic Canada), and dispersal of seeded scallops away from the culture site (Barbeau et al.
Synopsis of biological data on the rock crab, Cancer irroratus Say.
Predation experiments with two major scallop predators, the rock crab Cancer irroratus and the sea star Asterias vulgaris, were carried out on different substrate types.
KEY WORDS: scallop, Placopecten magellanicus, seeding, mortality, growth, dispersal, substrate, predation, Cancer irroratus, Asterias vulgaris
KEY WORDS: predation, crab, Carcinus maenas, Cancer irroratus, starfish, Asterias vulgaris, snail, Euspira heros, aquaculture, bivalve
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