Fine-scale spatial distribution of the temperate infaunal
bivalve Tapes (=Ruditapes) philippinarum (Adams and Reeve) on fished and unfished intertidal mudflats.
Clam digging is a North American term for a common way to harvest clams (edible infaunal
bivalve mollusks) from below the surface of the tidal sand flats or mud flats where they live.
Trol ve algarna gibi dipte suruklenerek cekilen av araclari bentik ekosistem uzerinde yarattiklari fiziksel etki sebebiyle, infaunal
ve epifaunal canli komunitelerin azalmasina veya tumuyle olumune sebep olmaktadirlar.
The euheterodonts are another large clade of typically infaunal
animals in a more derived position (Bieler et al.
2014), showed that infaunal
amphipod abundance and biomass closely mirrored areas of highest gray whale abundance, with greatest abundance of both over shelf/trough depths south and west of Barrow Canyon.
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nudus burrows actively in sandy sediments feeding on them as they burrow and has integumentary specializations for gas exchange thru the body surface (Ruppert & Rice, 1995) facilitating their infaunal
mode of life.
Influence of predation on infaunal
abundance in upper Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Por ejemplo, para la parte mas basal del nucleo (Intervalo 30-40 cm), la gran proporcion de la especie infaunal
The species is characterized as bottom infaunal
organisms with no external sexual dimorphism, however, they can be identified by different-colored gonads: the females' are dark grey, whereas the males' are milky white (Araujo, 1995).
Ecology of infaunal
Mollusca in south Texas estuaries.
The benthic foraminiferal assemblages are diverse (around 72 species), slightly dominated by infaunal