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Dietary analysis of the marine Amphipoda (Crustacea: Peracarida) from the Iberian Peninsula
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It seems that high trophic diversity in amphipod diversity is a generalized trait along different ecosystems in all latitudes, and could be related to the ecological success of this group in marine benthic communities. Expand
Monitoring of marine benthic communities and taxonomic resolution: an approach through diverse habitats and substrates along the Southern Iberian coastline
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It is concluded that studies at the different levels of taxonomic resolution (species, family, order) lead to similar results both with regard to relative community distributions and the environmental variables associated with these. Expand
THE MOLLUSCAN EPIFAUNA OF THE ALGA HALOPTERIS SCOPARIA IN SOUTHERN SPAIN AS A BIOINDICATOR OF COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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The environmental parameters having the greatest effect on the molluscs associated with Halopteris scoparia are water movement, the morphological characteristics of the substrate, and most importantly the availability of food. Expand
Response of intertidal sandy-beach macrofauna to human trampling: An urban vs. natural beach system approach.
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The amphipod Bathyporeia pelagica appears sensitive to human trampling pressure and the use of this species as a bioindicator for these types of impact is recommended. Expand
Effect of the vegetative cycle of Caulerpa prolifera on the spatio-temporal variation of invertebrate macrofauna
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The C. prolifera bed, even though it is not a system as rich and structured as a seagrass meadow, presents a heterogeneous environment with high structural complexity, in which a great variety of animal relationships is produced, mainly in response to the spatio-temporal variation of the vegetative cycle of the alga. Expand
Community structure of caprellids (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Caprellidae) on seagrasses from southern Spain
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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. Expand
Spatial and temporal variation of the benthic macrofauna in a grossly polluted estuary from southwestern Spain
The spatial–temporal variation of subtidal macrofauna communities of the Odiel–Tinto estuary, one of the most polluted areas in the world, was studied along a sampling period of 4 years (and 3Expand
Dredging impact on the benthic community of an unaltered inlet in southern Spain
The impact of dredging on macrobenthic communities was studied in an unaltered zone, the Getares inlet of Algeciras Bay (SW Spain). The data obtained before, during and after dredging in a timeExpand
Effect of environmental factors on the spatial variation of the epifaunal polychaetes of the alga Halopteris scoparia in Algeciras Bay (Strait of Gibraltar)
The effect of environmental factors on spatial variation of the polychaete community of the alga Halopteris scoparia in Algeciras Bay (Spain) was investigated. Environmental gradients (outer andExpand
Crustacean assemblages in a polluted estuary from South-Western Spain.
The spatial-temporal variation in crustacean assemblages of the Odiel-Tinto estuary, one of the most polluted areas in the world, was studied in 2000, 2002 and 2004. The crustacean assemblages wereExpand
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