Predictions & Data for this entry
COMPLETE = 2.5
MRE = 0.119
SMSE = 0.210
|Uni-variate data |
|Dataset||Figure||(RE)||Independent variable||Dependent variable||Reference|
|tL ||see Fig. 1 ||(0.3279)||time since birth||total length||Foli1993|
|LJX ||see Fig. 2 ||(0.7041)||total length||feeding rate||Foli1993|
|Tab ||see Fig. 3 ||(0.09105)||time since birth||time till metam||Rive1978|
| Pseudo-data at Tref|
|Data||Generalised animal||Cuthona nana||Unit||Description|
|v ||0.02 ||0.002531||cm/d||energy conductance|
|kap ||0.8 ||0.7196||-||allocation fraction to soma|
|kap_R ||0.95 ||0.475||-||reproduction efficiency|
|p_M || 18 ||1716||J/d.cm^3||vol-spec som maint|
|k_J ||0.002 ||0.002||1/d||maturity maint rate coefficient|
|kap_G ||0.8 ||0.8003||-||growth efficiency|
Feeds on hydroid Hydractinia echinata (0.018 mg/ polyp) large individuals eat polyps, small ones mat material (stolons) (ref: Wiki)
max length at Gerrish Island 1.2 cm, Gosport Harbor 2.3 cm (ref: Wiki)
survives 16 C with 2 water refreshments/d (ref: Rive1978)
up to 16 egg masses in lab of 300-600 eggs, first and last smaller. Veliger larva do not swim freely and metaphose wihtin 1 or 2 d (ref: Rive1978)
Adult specimens of C. nana kept without food in Millipore-filtered sea water continued to lay egg masses for up to ten days. The size and activity of the adults progressively diminished during that time, but some starved individuals survived for 17 days. They laid several egg masses in the first few days of isolation, but the frequency of oviposition and the number of eggs per spawn decreased with time. Mean egg diameter did not vary, and the rate and events of larval development and metamorphosis proceeded normally in the presence or absence of H. echinata. (ref: Rive1978)
hermaphrodite (ref: Wiki)
H. E. Christensen.
Feeding and reproduction in Precuthona peachi (Mollusca:
Ophelia, 16:131--142, 1977.
N. C. Folino.
Feeding and growth of the aeolid nudibranch Cuhona nana
(Alder and Hancock, 1842).
J. Moll. Stud., 59:15--22, 1993.
Dynamic Energy Budget theory for metabolic organisation.
Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 2010.
B. R. Rivest.
Development of the eolid nudibranch Cuthona nana (Alader and
Hancock, 1842), and its relationship with a hydroid and hermit crab.
Biol. Bull., 154:157--175, 1978.
Bibtex files with references for this entry
Bas Kooijman, 2012/12/25 (last modified by Bas Kooijman
refer to this entry as: AmP Cuthona nana version 2016/01/10 bio.vu.nl/thb/deb/deblab/add_my_pet/