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1 Ecol. Prog. fish in other. Observations
Ecol. Prog. fish in other. Observations made as noted above. a clear using them more commonly, a depression between the and the into a Typically, a a scallop a scallop's velar with its several scallops, would approach a particular scallop and when quickly dart scallop would respond hake's entrance by often followed by several times in centimeters. Entrance the hake longer than against the excurrent sought shelter depression in a scallop hea

2 dfirst then turn its tail against the sa
dfirst then turn its tail against the sand and edge would displace under the a depression. a partial collapse the hake would repeat the digging so that digging was and then immediately turned faced out the shelter. duced, the associated with The hake above the with their ingest them. items such as sand shrimp, played a in prey chemical search behavior. When a touched a with its pelvic fins, shrimp reacted quickly jumping substrate into atel

3 y swimming. shrimp through water column,
y swimming. shrimp through water column, orienting to search other prey. elsewhere in greater individual red occupying shelters intruders attempting enter the outside a shelter. a scallop occasion, a reside within defend a intention movement merely turned toward a fish, causing it to chases about tank lasting most common agonistic encounter simple chase, lasting 1 being the aggressor more prior possession so that a smaller was able a larger

4 which included encounters among greater
which included encounters among greater at than during Mean night greater than scores in Groups 1 combined (Stu- dent-! test; large weekly 3 instances decreased markedly agonistic encounters around means cases, the night than day. Mean during the day. The correlation coefficient a linear regression our laboratory observations, that there should the night day when they were least active. mean number Placopecten rnagellanicus. day and beds.

5 (A) around means by a commercial boat p
(A) around means by a commercial boat periods in 2 in scallops day was than the scallop-' (Student-t 3, (day) field confirmed our prediction supported the laboratory results at night. with their scallop experiments precluded size relationship hake and we segre- scallops into 3 size mm, and and measured the never greater than the length although on approached that (Figs. 3, Placopecten magellanicus. and ranges medium, and large Numbers abov

6 e bars indicate inhabiting the consisten
e bars indicate inhabiting the consistently less than the range in the scallop size contained only small but the contained all possible sizes the smallest any given sample the overlap in ranges individual juvenile respective scallop increased with increasing size scallops (Fig. the data seasonally, the scallop size category increased fish from scallops increased March, there smallest scallops. sampling program aboard the commercial scallop

7 fishing not only 24-h rhythm usage, but
fishing not only 24-h rhythm usage, but more precisely measure the size relationships trends noted monthly samples. scallops contained while large 4). When respond with increased with increasing scallop sizes: mm scallops). in the not limited to living scallop cavities, used depres- sand under scallops, recently with partially auxillary holding provide shelter. to us shelter relationship hake and scallops might tive rather seek any that pr

8 ovided shelter. the shelter preference l
ovided shelter. the shelter preference living objects that might serve opened empty the 58 scallop cavities 2 times scallops 2 a choice live scallop cavities scallop shells live scallops indicated that this portion juvenile red 2 criteria relative rates recruitment: (1) changes in the population associated with scallops, recruits in sample using morphological tratis. silver coloration their lateral ventral surface anterior the anal This was

9 tonic post-larval is characterized silv
tonic post-larval is characterized silver coloration ventral surfaces found that residual silver fade in 12 h after a post-larva (smallest juvenile study) to mm (largest post-larval red in plankton; concluded that there recruits in which did include any any individuals scallops did vary signific- among the shown in Placopecten rnagellanicus. Representative length-fre- scallop population at study site: juvenile red a distinct seasonal phen

10 omenon. a period several months. Scallop
omenon. a period several months. Scallops through August contained Length-frequency distributions juvenile red taken in study site: within bars: in each size category. was taken 1 m greater than in each sample the new year class collected. This sample was by fish (Fig. 6). than 30 mm were ventral surfaces, recent recruits fish in range. These newly descended planktonic larvae. Along the increase there was increase in the bed, as in the Nove

11 mber, the bed had with silver November,
mber, the bed had with silver November, 85 were greater than increased markedly November with (Fig. 6). mm, none residual silver this that recruitment remained high the December sample. There no fish silver coloration. had decreased the spring months, with two fish collected on our monthly we had both limited recruitment limited emigration rate. Otherwise, the rate would that best November to 1980 (Fig. indicated by as indicated the drop Th