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An Ecological and Taxonomic 1Accohn.t of the Algae of a Semi-marine Cavern, Paradise CaveQueensland

  title={An Ecological and Taxonomic 1Accohn.t of the Algae of a Semi-marine Cavern, Paradise CaveQueensland},
  author={A. B. Cribb},
  • A. Cribb
  • Published 1965
  • Environmental Science
Summary AN ECOLOGICAL AND TAXONOMIC ACCOUNT OF THE ALGAE OF A SEMI-MARINE CAVERN, PARADISE CAVE., QUEENSLAND* Paradise Cave is a semi-marine cavern approximately !40 ft long, penetrated by the sea only during rough weather, and its algal vegetation is largely dependent on the occurrence of freshwater seepage from roof and walls. The distribution of the species is described and the following species, most of which are newly reported for Queensland, are discussed: Plectonema purpureum Gom… 



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