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    • COLONISATION BY THE WOOD-BORING BIVALVE XYLOPHAGA WASHINGTONA 

      McQuaid, Kirsty (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-08)
      Wood falls represent a rare and ephemeral, yet important source of food in the deep-sea. Wood-boring bivalves of the family Xylophagainae have high reproduction and growth rates, allowing them to rapidly colonise and exploit ...
    • COLONISATION BY THE WOOD-BORING BIVALVE XYLOPHAGA WASHINGTONA 

      McQuaid, Kirsty (Friday Harbor Laboratories, 2014-08)
      Wood falls represent a rare and ephemeral, yet important source of food in the deep-sea. Wood-boring bivalves of the family Xylophagainae have high reproduction and growth rates, allowing them to rapidly colonise and exploit ...