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  • Traits:Cobbles  + (64-256 mm. May be rounded or flat. Substrata that are predominantly cobbles.)
  • Traits:FreshwaterSalinity  + (<0.5 psu)
  • Traits:Weak  + (<1 knot (<0.5 m/sec))
  • Traits:HyperSaline  + (>40 psu)
  • Traits:LargeBoulders  + (>512 mm; likely to be stable (Hiscock, 1996).)
  • Traits:VeryStrong  + (>6 knots (>3 m/sec))
  • Traits:ExternalTube  + (A built-structure inhabited by an organismA built-structure inhabited by an organism and essential to its survival, but not part of its body, composed of hardened (either rigid or flexible) secretions, with or without the addition of embedded particles, with those particles either selectively collected from the environment or passively becoming glued during formation (pers. comm. Read, G.).d during formation (pers. comm. Read, G.).)
  • Traits:Planula  + (A ciliated, free swimming larva; lacks a mouth but in older stages may include a gastrovascular cavity (Stachowitsch, 1992))
  • Traits:Protandrous  + (A condition of hermaphroditism in plants and animals where male gametes mature and are shed before female gametes mature (Holmes, 1979).)
  • Traits:Protogynous  + (A condition of hermaphroditism in plants and animals where female gametes mature and are shed before male gametes mature (Holmes 1979).)
 (A dense mass which blankets the substratum)
  • Traits:Mat  + (A dense mass which blankets the substratum.)
  • Traits:Forest  + (A dense stand of large plants in which the upper branches (trees) or laminae (macroalgae) overlap to form a canopy that shades the under story of flora and fauna.)
  • Traits:FeedingMethodBehaviour  + (A description of how the oganism gathers food, and from where)
  • Traits:LarvalSttlementSubstratum  + (A description of the preferred substratum for larval settlement)
  • Traits:ReproductiveSeason  + (A description of the season(s) or months of the year during which reproduction occurs)
  • Traits:VerticalBiologicalZone  + (A description of the vertical biological zone or zonation in which an organism resides. The zone is determined by depth, physical, chemical and biological factors.)
  • Traits:Saltmarsh  + (A flat, poorly drained coastal swamp inundated by most high tides (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Budding  + (A form of asexual multiplication in which A form of asexual multiplication in which a new individual begins life as an outgrowth from the body of the parent. It may then separate to lead an independent existence or remain connected or otherwise associated to form a colonial organism (Barnes ''et al.'', 1993).lonial organism (Barnes ''et al.'', 1993).)
  • Traits:Fission  + (A form of asexual multiplication involving division of the body into two or more parts each or all of which can grow into new individuals (Barnes ''et al.'', 1993).)
  • Traits:Veliger  + (A free-swimming molluscan larva, characterized by lobed extensions of the peroral trochus (velum), larval shell and rudimentary foot (Stachowitsch, 1992).)