Zonaria


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Zo`na´ri`a


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A division of Mammalia in which the placenta is zonelike.
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8 0,19 7 0,55 20 Patella ulyssiponensis 1 0,02 1 0,07 2 Siphonaria pectinata 3 0,07 3 0,23 5 Stramonita haemastoma 7 0,17 5 0,39 13 Zonaria pyrum 5 0,12 5 0,39 14 Total gasteropodos 704 17,09 534 42,51 3601 Crustaceos NR %NR NMI %NMI Peso Balanus sp.
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Padina pavonica, Stypocaulon scoparium, Stypopodium zonale, Zonaria tournefortii), from 1-15 cm in height, which constitute either large algal cushions or thin sheets.
Zonaria support Satyricon at Birmingham Barfly on Monday.
In particular, it's the first time that Britain's largest hoverfly, a 2cm long hornet mimic called volucella zonaria, has strayed this far north.
San Clemente Island: Purse Seine Rock (hundreds on Zostera, 5/96, 9/98, 8/00) and Pyramid Head (abundant on Phyllospadix, Sargassum palmeri, Zonaria farlowii, and miscellaneous brown algae, 9/98).
At each sampling time, five replicate plants were collected from each of Dictyopteris acrostichoides, Padina crassa, Zonaria diesingiana, Sargassum linearifolium, and S.
Australian amphipods feeding on the brown alga Zonaria angustata also appear to minimize exposure to its chemical defenses by feeding preferentially on those plant portions that are lowest in the physodes that contain phlorotannins (Poore 1994).
The following taxa were quantified: rhodophytes--Pterocladiella capillacea, Carpopeltis bushiae, Chondracanthus spinosus, Gelidium robustum, Gelidium purpurascens, Plocamium cartilagineum, Rhodymenia californica and red filamentous algae; phaeophytes--Sargassum palmeri, Sargassum muticum, Cysteria osmundacea, Pachydic-tyon coriaceum, Zonaria farlowii, and brown filamentous algae; coralline algae--articulate species and crustose species.
The algae used were the browns Cystophora retroflexa, Ecklonia radiata, Lessonia variegata, Zonaria turneriana, Carpophyllum maschalocarpum; the reds Gigartina circumcincta, Corallina officinalis, Pterocladia lucida, Asparagopsis armata, and Rhodophyllis gunnii; the greens: Caulerpa brownii, Caulerpa geminata, Caulerpa flexilis, and Ulva sp.