Secondary hardground-communities in the Northern Gulf of Trieste, Adriatic Sea

@article{Zuschin2009SecondaryHI,
  title={Secondary hardground-communities in the Northern Gulf of Trieste, Adriatic Sea},
  author={Martin Zuschin and Peter Pervesler},
  journal={Senckenbergiana maritima},
  year={2009},
  volume={28},
  pages={53-63}
}
Secondary hardground-communities in the Bay of Panzano were investigated with respect to their taxonomic composition, distribution and to the taphonomic processes, which may influence their preservation potential. Every hardground category (mainly serpulid aggregates, various mollusc shells andChaetopterus tubes) at the investigated soft-bottom is attractive for potential epigrowth. All epigrowth organisms are suspension feeders; serpulids are quantitatively by far the most important… CONTINUE READING

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