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SURVIVAL OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERAL PROPAGULES

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New data support our previously published propagule dispersal hypothesis and show that propagules of some benthic foraminiferal species can survive for two years before growth commences. Our results indicate substantial inter-specific differences in dispersal potential and support previous suggestions that among free-living species, some serial forms have the potential for long-distance dispersal.

(from ABSTRACT).


Alve, E., Goldstein, S.T., 2010. Dispersal, survival and delayed growth of benthic foraminiferal propagules. Journal of Sea Research 63 (1): 36-51.