duplicatus

duplicatus

[‚dü·plə′käd·əs]
(meteorology)
A cloud variety composed of superposed layers, sheets, or patches, at slightly different levels and sometimes partly merged.
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Pheromones beetles Ips duplicatus specific BUC 4140
Preferred prey of Polinices duplicatus in Cape Cod inlets.
Feeding and growth rates of Polinices duplicatus preying on Mya arenaria at Barnstable Harbour, Massachusetts.
Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg) were trapped significantly more in window-slot traps at a 1.
More Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg) were trapped in window slot traps colored black or red compared to white or yellow (Chen et al.
Hundreds of specimens of the sea star Astropecten duplicatus Gray and sea anemone Paranthus rapiformis (Lesueur) were also washed ashore.
The fight response of Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg) to pheromone-baited traps occurred during the d with a broad peak around mid-to late afternoon (Chen et al.
Catching Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) with pheromone-baited traps: Optimal trap type, colour, height and distance to infestation.
Reported predators of coquinas include a variety of surf fish (Leber 1982b), stingrays (Jablonski 2001), the moon snail Polinices duplicatus (Tiffany 1971), portunid crabs (Leber 1982b), the ghost crab Ocypode quadrata (Loesch 1957, Wolcott 1978, Leber 1982b), and shorebirds (Loesch 1957, Schneider 1982, Jablonski 2001).
Wiltse (1980a) found that Polinices duplicatus, an east coast naticid snail, ate 13 different species but showed preferences for M.
duplicatus, drilling alone took approximately 36 h on its preferred prey species, Mya arenaria (Boggs et al.