Animal Communities Associated with Thalassia, Diplanthera, and Sand Beds in Biscayne Bay
I. Analysis of Communities in Relation to Water Movements
Random samples collected from Diplanthera, Thalassia, and sand beds in the shallow sublittoral zones at Key Biscayne and Virginia Key, Florida, indicated both dissimilarities and similarities between the communities inhabiting these environments. The data on occurrences and densities of species in these communities were analyzed, and associations of densities and selected environmental factors were determined.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1967-03-01
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