Describes plants and animals living on the Pacific coast of North AmericaSome resident species of zooplankton reproduce in estuaries; these are much more prevalent in the upper reaches of an estuary ... They deposit their eggs in tiny capsules on blades of Eelgrass; according to one patient observer, the process of laying each egg takes twelve-and-a-half minutes. ... The Buried Sea Anemone may occur in estuaries in great numbers, as do ghost shrimps ( Callianassa spp.).
|Author||:||Bayard Harlow McConnaughey, Evelyn McConnaughey|
|Publisher||:||Alfred A. Knopf - 1985|