Changing Global Perspectives on Horseshoe Crab Biology, Conservation and Management (Paperback)

Changing Global Perspectives on Horseshoe Crab Biology, Conservation and Management By Ruth H. Carmichael (Editor), Mark L. Botton (Editor), Paul K. S. Shin (Editor) Cover Image

Changing Global Perspectives on Horseshoe Crab Biology, Conservation and Management (Paperback)

By Ruth H. Carmichael (Editor), Mark L. Botton (Editor), Paul K. S. Shin (Editor)

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PART 1: EVOLUTION, ADAPTATION, AND GENTICS

1. The oldest species of the genus Limulus from the Late Jurassic of Poland

Blażej Blażejowski

2. The Delaware Bay area, USA: a unique habitat of the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus

CN Shuster, Jr.

3. Sea level rise in Delaware Bay, USA: Adaptations of spawning horseshoe crabs (L. polyphemus) to the glacial past, and the rapidly changing shoreline of the bay

RE Loveland, ML Botton

4. Conservation genetics of the American horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus): Allelic diversity, zones of genetic discontinuity, and regional differentiation

TL King, MS Eackles, AW Aunins, HJ Brockmann, E Hallerman, BB Brown

5. Florida, USA horseshoe crabs: Populations, genetics and the marine life harvest

HJ Brockmann, T Black, TL King

6. Genetic features of Tachypleus tridentatus in Japan and an alien (non-native) population founded at Ise-Mikawa Bay, Chubu Region, central Japan

S Nishida, K Kuroyanagi, H Koike

PART 2: ECOLOGY AND POPULATION DYNAMICS

7. Home range study of juvenile Chinese horseshoe crabs, Tachypleus tridentatus (Xiphosura), using passive tracking methods

BKY Kwan, PKS Shin, SG Cheung

8. Population structure and growth of juvenile horseshoe crabs T. tridentatus and Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda (Xiphosura) in southern China

MH Hu, BKY Kwan, Y Wang, SG Cheung, PKS Shin

9. Distribution and abundance of two sympatric species of horseshoe crabs along the Odisha Coast, India

S Behera, B Tripathy, K Sivakumar, BC Choudhury, P Bhadury

10. Studies of horseshoe crabs around Singapore

L Cartwright-Taylor

11. The population size and movement of horseshoe crab, Tachypleus gigas (M ller) on the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia

F Mohamad, N Ismail, A Bin Ahmad, A Manca, M Zul Fayyadh A Rahman, M Farhan S Bahri,

M Fawwaz Afham Mohd Sofa, I Huda Abdul Ghaffar, A Asyraf Alia'm, N Hafiz Abdullah, M

Mustakim Kasturi

12. Habitat inventory trend analysis of Limulus polyphemus populations on Long Island, USA: from the tip of Brooklyn to the tip of Montauk, 2003-2014

J Tanacredi, S Portilla

13. The life history cycle of Limulus polyphemus in the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire USA

H Cheng, C Chabot, W Watson

14. Molts reveal life-history patterns for juvenile American horseshoe crabs in fringe habitats

MG Estes, Jr, RH Carmichael, PDM Macdonald, AJ Brady, J McFadyen

PART 3: BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY

15. Preliminary investigation of effects of seawater pH on early development of Limulus polyphemus

J Tanacredi, S Portilla

16. Effects of sediment type and tank shape on horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) growth and survival in culture

EE Hieb, JD Baggett, AM Aven, RH Carmichael

17. Bacteria and fungi identified on Horseshoe Crabs, Tachypleus gigas and Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda in the laboratory

MIM Faizul, HT Eng, A Christianus, YM Abdel-Hadi

18. Marine bacteria associated with horseshoe crabs, Tachypleus gigas and Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda

N Ismail, F Mohamad, A Ahmad, A Asyraf Alia'm, O Sheng Khai, M Fawwaz Afham Mohd Sofa, A Farid Manca

19. Mating tactics of the American horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus)

HJ Brockmann, SL Johnson, MD Smith, D Sasson

20. Examination of large exuv.

Product Details ISBN: 9783319360805
ISBN-10: 3319360809
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: August 23rd, 2016
Pages: 599
Language: English