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. Bulletin. Natural history; Natuurlijke historie. 98 MARINE SPONGES agents of population increase. A solution to these problems awaits more careful and complete observations on the life history of this interesting sponge. Reference to the graph in figure 28 indicates that the larvae settling on shells suspended from the dock considerably outnumbered those settling on shells hung from the float. Since the shells in the latter location outnumbered the former, so that there was actually more surface area available for settling, it seems reasonable to expect a correlation with some environmental

. Bulletin. Natural history; Natuurlijke historie. 98 MARINE SPONGES agents of population increase. A solution to these problems awaits more careful and complete observations on the life history of this interesting sponge. Reference to the graph in figure 28 indicates that the larvae settling on shells suspended from the dock considerably outnumbered those settling on shells hung from the float. Since the shells in the latter location outnumbered the former, so that there was actually more surface area available for settling, it seems reasonable to expect a correlation with some environmental  Stock Photo
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. Bulletin. Natural history; Natuurlijke historie. 98 MARINE SPONGES agents of population increase. A solution to these problems awaits more careful and complete observations on the life history of this interesting sponge. Reference to the graph in figure 28 indicates that the larvae settling on shells suspended from the dock considerably outnumbered those settling on shells hung from the float. Since the shells in the latter location outnumbered the former, so that there was actually more surface area available for settling, it seems reasonable to expect a correlation with some environmental factor. The only obvious differ-. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Peabody Museum of Natural History. New Haven : The Museum

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