diaboli utilizing eurythermal
habitats of the Devils River.
Prediscosphaera cretacea is a eurythermal
species, which is the commonest at high latitudes, although it has been recorded at low latitudes as well.
Perhaps related to this larval biology is the broad and nearly continuous distribution of this eurythermal
species from New Brunswick, Canada to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico (Galtsoff 1964).
, generalist fish dominated pool units.
The ambient temperature at the modal day- and nighttime depths of the two bigeye thresher sharks differed by 15[degrees] to 16[degrees]C, requiring them to be eurythermal
Large springs in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico have endemic spring-adapted fishes that have congeners, which are found inhabiting more eurythermal
Molecular adaptation to environmental temperature: heat-shock response of the eurythermal
teleost Fundulus heteroclitus.
The mangrove oyster Crassostrea gasar inhabits estuarine/coastal mangroves area in tropical regions, being a eurythermal
species within a wide temperature range (16-35[degrees]C), but is temperature dependant between 23[degrees]C and 31[degrees]C (Nascimento 1991, Ansa & Bashir 2007).
Metabolic plasticity and critical temperatures for aerobic scope in a eurythermal
marine invertebrate (Littorina saxatilis, Gastropoda: Littorinidae) from different latitudes.
Atlantic bluefin tuna, however, are more eurythermal
than yellowfin tuna.
Metagenome analysis of an extreme microbial symbiosis reveals eurythermal
adaptation and metabolic flexibility.
Gambusia affinis is widely distributed in eurythermal
waters, and G.