Standing crop of foraminifera in sublittoral epiphytic communities of a Long Island salt marsh

@article{Lee1969StandingCO,
  title={Standing crop of foraminifera in sublittoral epiphytic communities of a Long Island salt marsh},
  author={Joseph Jeong-il Lee and Walter A. Muller and Robert J. Stone and M. E. Mcenery and William V. Zucker},
  journal={Marine Biology},
  year={1969},
  volume={4},
  pages={44-61}
}
During the summers of 1966 and 1967, 12 field trips were made to stations in North Sea Harbor, Southampton, Long Island (USA). From representative locations, 228 small samples of larger algae and their epiphytes (∼0.2 g dry weight) were taken aseptically. Enteromorpha intestinalis, the most widely distributed aquatic plant, was the most frequently collected. The large standing crop of Zostera marina and Zanichellia palustris was also sampled. Foraminifera were most abundant in epiphytic… CONTINUE READING

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