Data from: A phenological shift in the time of recruitment of the shipworm, Teredo navalis L., mirrors marine climate change

Christin Appelqvist & Jonathan N. Havenhand
For many species, seasonal changes in key environmental variables such as food availability, light, and temperature drive the timing (“phenology”) of major life-history events. Extensive evidence from terrestrial, freshwater, and marine habitats shows that global warming is changing the timings of many biological events; however, few of these studies have investigated the effects of climate change on the phenology of larval recruitment in marine invertebrates. Here, we studied temperature-related phenological shifts in the breeding season...
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