Intertidal community structure

@article{Paine1974IntertidalCS,
  title={Intertidal community structure},
  author={Robert T. Paine},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1974},
  volume={15},
  pages={93-120}
}
Along exposed rocky intertidal shorelines of western North America the mussel Mytilus californianus exists as a characteristic, well-defined band. Measurements at Mukkaw Bay and Tatoosh Island, Washington State, suggest that the upper limit to distribution is constant. The lower limit is also predictably constant, as judged by photographs of the same areas taken up to 9 years apart. The band of mussels is formed by larval recruitment to a variety of substrates, especially the filamentous red… CONTINUE READING
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