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Studies on the sublittoral free-living nematodes of Liverpool Bay. I. The structure and distribution of the nematode populations

, : Studies on the sublittoral free-living nematodes of Liverpool Bay. I. The structure and distribution of the nematode populations. Marine Biology 22(1): 53-66

Data collected from a survey of the benthic fauna of Liverpool Bay, Britain, in 1970-71 have been used to study the distribution and structure, in terms of percent age dominance and age frequency, of the nematode populations. Cluster analysis of data from individual stations shows that the populations are not sharply delimited. The relative proportions of their characteristic genera are very variable and influenced by small differences in sediment composition.


DOI: 10.1007/bf00388910

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