Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 1 Gaping behaviour.

From: The role of gaping behaviour in habitat partitioning between coexisting intertidal mussels

A
  17°C   37°C  
Time (h) % gaping individual Ventilation movements (h-1) % gaping individual Ventilation movements (h-1)
1 100 (±0) 2.85 (±0) 100 (±0) 3.6 (±0.11)
2 92.5 (±9.57) 0.675 (±0.15) 100 (±0) 1.625 (±0.09)
3 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 87.5 (±5) 1.5 (±0.08)
4 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 67.5 (±20.6) 1.175 (±0.09)
5 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 35 (±12.9) 0.525 (±0.12)
6 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 0 (±0)
B
  17°C   37°C  
Time (h) % gaping individual Ventilation movements (h -1 ) % gaping individual Ventilation movements (h -1 )
1 100 (±0) 2.825 (±0.09) 100 (±0) 3.55 (±0.13)
2 90 (±14.1) 0.675 (±0.15) 97.5 (±5) 1.6 (±0.22)
3 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 85 (±5.7) 1.425 (±0.05)
4 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 70 (±18.25) 1.125 (±0.05)
5 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 37.5 (±21.6) 0.575 (±0.22)
6 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 0 (±0) 0 (±0)
  1. Gaping behaviour of P. perna from (A) low and (B) mid mussel zone at 17 and 37°C.