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Responses of the endangered limpet Patella ferruginea to reintroduction under different environmental conditions: survival, growth rates and life‐history
Smaller specimens of P. ferruginea had the greatest growth rates in comparison with the bigger specimens, therefore the potential ability to adapt in a new habitat was higher for small specimens immediately after removal, and growth rate progressively stabilized over time.
Community structure of caprellids (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidae) on seagrasses from southern Spain
The community structure of caprellids inhabiting two species of seagrass (Cymodocea nodosa and Zostera marina) was investigated on the Andalusian coast, southern Spain, using uni and multivariate analyses, showing no clear latitudinal patterns in caprellid densities and species diversity.
Assessing a Quick Monitoring Method Using Rocky Intertidal Communities as a Bioindicator: A Multivariate Approach in Algeciras Bay
The intertidal sampling method proposed in this study is presented here as a quick, effective alternative strategy, and can be useful in environmental monitoring programs, since these communities are easily accessible and amenable to sample, and the sessile nature of the majority of the species makes future, long-term monitoring relatively simple.
A combined approach to assessing the conservation status of Cap des Trois Fourches as a potential MPA: is there a shortage of MPAs in the southern Mediterranean?
The Mediterranean basin is recognized as one of the most diverse regions on the planet, but is being threatened by overexploitation and habitat loss. Furthermore, the Strait of Gibraltar and adjacent
Assessment of conservation value of Cap des Trois Fourches (Morocco) as a potential MPA in southern Mediterranean
The marine habitats surrounding Cap des Trois Fourches (Mediterranean coast of Morocco) was explored in the framework of the MedMPAnet Project. Ten different communities were identified in the