Current Issue

Vol. 49 No.2 March, 2010



Behavioral Interactions of the Copepod Temora turbinata with Potential Ciliate Prey
pp 157-168


C.H. Wu, H.U. Dahms, E.J. Buskey, J.R. Strickler, and J.S. Hwang

Spiders Used as Prey by the Hunting Wasp Trypoxylon (Trypargilum) agamemnon Richards (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae)
pp 169-175


M.L.T. Buschini, T.R. Caldas, N.A. Borba, and A.D. Brescovit

Turning Night into Day: Effects of Stress on the Self-Feeding Behaviour of the Eurasian Perch Perca fluviatilis
pp 176-181


K. Ferter and V.B. Meyer-Rochow

Investigations into the Reproductive Patterns, Ecology, and Morphology in the Zoanthid Genus Palythoa (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Hexacorallia) in Okinawa, Japan
pp 182-194


E. Shiroma and J.D. Reimer

Protection of Habitat Types: A Case Study of the Effectiveness of a Small Marine Reserve and Impacts of Different Habitats on the Diversity and
Abundance of Coral Reef Fishes
pp 195-210


K.S. Tkachenko and K. Soong

Lipid and Fatty Acid Compositions of Mytilus galloprovincialis Cultured in the Mar Grande of Taranto (Southern Italy): Feeding Strategies and Trophic Relationships
pp 211-219


E. Prato, A. Danieli, M. Maffia, and F. Biandolino

Interannual, Seasonal, and Diurnal Variations in Vertical and Horizontal Distribution Patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South
China Sea
pp 220-229


J.S. Hwang, R. Kumar, H.U.
Dahms, L.C. Tseng, and Q.C. Chen

Vertical Copepod Assemblages (0-2300 m) off Southern Brazil
pp 230-242


C. de Oliveira Dias, A.V. de Araujo, R. Paranhos, and S.L.C. Bonecker

Reproductive Biology of the Freshwater Shrimp Atya scabra (Leach, 1815) (Crustacea: Atyidae) in Ilheus, Bahia, Brazil
pp 243-252


A.O. Almeida, E.C. Mossolin, and J.R. Luz

The Larger Mammal Fauna of Hong Kong: Species Survival in a Highly Degraded Landscape
pp 253-264


K.J.C. Pei, Y.C. Lai, R.T. Corlett, and K.Y. Suen

Ultrastructure of Spermatozoa of Prionospio japonica (Annelida: Spionidae) from Taiwan
pp 265-269


V.I. Radashevsky, A.A. Reunov, O.V. Yurchenko, Y.N. Alexandrova, and H.L. Hsieh

Morphological and Molecular Analyses Reveal Separations among Spatiotemporal Populations of Anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) in the Southern
East China Sea
pp 270-282


C.S. Chen, C.H. Tzeng, and T.S. Chiu
pp 283