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Observations on the Home Range of Stream‐Dwelling Crawfishes

Observations on the Home Range of Stream‐Dwelling Crawfishes Ecology, Vol. 44, No.3 592 REPORTS natural ecosystems would be similar to that of Mikola expenses were defrayed in part by funds provided for (1960). biological and medical research by the State of Wash- ington Initiative No. 171. Moisture Mork's (1938) work indicated that for cultures LITERATURE CITED maintained at 10° C, moisture content is without in- Assoc. Official Agric. Chemists. 1960. Official meth- fluence over the range of 225-450o/o, oven-dry-weight ods of analysis. 9th ed. Washington, D. C. 832 p. basis. But at 20-25° C, 450% is supraoptimal and 325% better, whereas at 10-20° C 150% is suboptimal. Our Broadfoot, W. M., and W. H. Pierre. 1939. Forest use of 150% air-dry-weight basis is above the limiting soil studies: I. Relation of rate of decomposition value of 150% oven-dry-weight basis found by Mork, but of tree leaves to their acid-base balance and other chemical properties. Soil Sci. 48: 329-348. whether higher water content could have given different results we do not know. Daubenmire, R. 1953. Nutrient content of leaf litter of trees in the northern Rocky Mountains. Ecology Microbial populations 34: 786-793. Those who have kept substrate and environment con- Johnson, D. R. 1953. A laboratory study of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecology Wiley

Observations on the Home Range of Stream‐Dwelling Crawfishes

Ecology , Volume 44 (3) – Jul 1, 1963

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0012-9658
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1939-9170
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Ecology, Vol. 44, No.3 592 REPORTS natural ecosystems would be similar to that of Mikola expenses were defrayed in part by funds provided for (1960). biological and medical research by the State of Wash- ington Initiative No. 171. Moisture Mork's (1938) work indicated that for cultures LITERATURE CITED maintained at 10° C, moisture content is without in- Assoc. Official Agric. Chemists. 1960. Official meth- fluence over the range of 225-450o/o, oven-dry-weight ods of analysis. 9th ed. Washington, D. C. 832 p. basis. But at 20-25° C, 450% is supraoptimal and 325% better, whereas at 10-20° C 150% is suboptimal. Our Broadfoot, W. M., and W. H. Pierre. 1939. Forest use of 150% air-dry-weight basis is above the limiting soil studies: I. Relation of rate of decomposition value of 150% oven-dry-weight basis found by Mork, but of tree leaves to their acid-base balance and other chemical properties. Soil Sci. 48: 329-348. whether higher water content could have given different results we do not know. Daubenmire, R. 1953. Nutrient content of leaf litter of trees in the northern Rocky Mountains. Ecology Microbial populations 34: 786-793. Those who have kept substrate and environment con- Johnson, D. R. 1953. A laboratory study of

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