Asian Marine Biology Series (v. 12) by Marine Biology Assciation of Hong Kong

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Menge (1976) also suggested that harsh physical conditions initially reduces the importance of predation (by reducing the effectiveness of predators). , temperature and wave action. In the harsher summer environment of Hong Kong, T. clavigera and M. musiva activities seem greatly restricted by the risks of mortality caused by summer heat. Liu and Morton (1994) showed that T. squamosa on the middle shore is thermally stressed in summer when low tides occur in the afternoon in combination with periods of cloudless sunny days and when rock temperatures may climb to ~ 50°C through solar insolation.

In The changing scenes in natural sciences, 1776-1976. Academy of Natural Sciences. Special Publication 12: 245-70. Royal Observatory, Hong Kong (1993; 1994). Monthly Weather Summary, between October 1993 and August 1994. Hong Kong: The Royal Observatory. D. 1980. Diets and habitats of shallow water predatory gastropods around Tolo Channel, Hong Hong. In The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, (ed. B. Morton), 163-80. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong, 1977 Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

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