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Acta Cient Venez


Title:[Mollusks community associated to Thalassia testudinum (Bank et Koning 1805), in Mochima Bay, Venezuela]
Author(s):Diaz, O. D. Linero-Arana, I.
Address:Instituto Oceanografico de Venezuela, Laboratorio de Ecologia de Bentos Cumana, Estado Sucre. ecobentos12@hotmail.com
Year:2004
Journal Title:Acta Cient Venez
Page Number:44-55
Language:spa
Volume:55
Issue:1
ISSN/ISBN:0001-5504 (Print)
 
Abstract:To study the community of mollusks associated to Thalassia testudinum, monthly samplings were made between January and December 2002 in four localities of the Bay of Mochima. A PVC corer, of 14.8 cm of diameter, was used for sampling; eight monthly replicates were taken in each locality. Each core was sifted in a sieve of 1mm of mesh opening, the mollusks were fixed in 8% formaldehide solution in sea water. 473 mollusks were analyzed and 40 species, belonging to 29 families, were identified. Mangle Quemao displayed the greater abundance, whereas Varadero the minor. Shannon-Weaver diversity average ranged between 2.02+/-0.43 bits.ind(-1) (Mangle Quemao) and 1.42+/-0.95 bits.ind(-1) (Toporo). ANOVA analysis showed significant differences in abundances of mollusks among localities.
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