molluscs were not considered in this study.
Furthermore, sea stars preferred smaller prey when feeding on infaunal
bivalves but preferred larger epifaunal prey when feeding on urchins and sand dollars (Gaymer et al., 2004).
Both scenarios are unlikely due to a low dispersal rate expected for a minute benthic or infaunal
organism and the problems faced in crossing a wide, deep oceanic basin as well as surviving the end-Ordovician cooling in a high-latitude climatic zone.
A taxonomic listing of benthic macro- and megainvertebrates from infaunal
and epifaunal monitoring and research programs in the Southern California Bight.
The effects of beam-trawl disturbance on infaunal
communities in different habitats.
Similarly, the moon snail (Neverita duplicate Say 1822) is an abundant generalist that inhabits shallow intertidal to subtidal habitats and feeds primarily on infaunal
Assessments of benthic diversity based on years of intensive sampling have also provided species inventories for infaunal
and epilithic fauna (Dunton and Schonberg, 2000) and for benthic algae (Wilce and Dunton, 2014).
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.
childreni could also be categorized as mud ingesters  and infaunal
predators because they swallowed bulk sediment which usually comprised meio- and macrofauna .