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  • 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).)
  • Traits:AscidianTadpole  + (A free-swimming tadpole-like larva of ascidians, characterized by a head (bearing internal organs and adhesive papilla) and tail (with notochord and neural tube) (Stachowitsch, 1992).)
  • Traits:HabitatModification  + (A general term to describe how the organism lives in or interacts with its habitat (adapted from BIOTIC, Bolam ''et al.'', 2013).)
  • Traits:Cave  + (A hollow normally eroded in a cliff (or vertical rock) with the penetration being greater than the width of the entrance (Hiscock, 1996).)
  • Traits:Pediveliger  + (A late veliger that is able to use its foot to crawl and provide temporary attachment)
  • Traits:Rataria  + (A later larval stage in siphonophores, composed of a floating colony with a disc-shaped float, and an elongated body surrounded by the rim of the growing disc (Stachowitsch, 1992))
  • Traits:Diplontic  + (A life cycle characterized by a diploid adult stage producing haploid gametes by meiosis, the zygote forming by fusion of a pair of gametes (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Haplontic  + (A life cycle in which meiosis occurs in the zygote to produce the haploid phase but in which only the zygote is diploid (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Strandline  + (A line on the shore composing debris deposited by a receding tide; commonly used to denote the line of debris at the level of extreme high water (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:EnclosedCoast  + (A marine inlet or harbour fully enclosed from the open sea except at the entrance, not normally open to the sea at two ends. The connection with the open sea is normally less restricted than is the case with lagoons (Hiscock, 1996).)
  • Traits:Cushion  + (A mass or pillow of soft material.)
  • Traits:Elevation  + (A measure of height above chart datum, recorded in metres)
  • Traits:BodySize  + (A measurement of the size of the organism.A measurement of the size of the organism. Note - the measurement used to express body size varies within taxonomic groups. For example, some disciplines measure diameter, others carapace length, total body length or wing span. Also body size can vary with gender and life stage. size can vary with gender and life stage.)
  • Traits:Width  + (A measurement or extent of something from side to side; the lesser of two or the least of three dimensions of a body (OED) Note: For width you can specify the measurement type (minimum, maximum, average), gender (male, female) and life stage.)
  • Traits:CrevicesFissures  + (A narrow crack in hard substratum where penetration is deeper than the width at the entrance; a crevice is <10 mm wide at the entrance, while a fissure is >10 mm (Hiscock ,1996))
  • Traits:Epifloral  + (A plant living on the surface of the substratum.)
  • Traits:Nectochaeta  + (A polychaete larval stage where the first set of chaetal bundles and parapodia develop, although the ciliary girdle remains for swimming (see Stachowitsch, 1992).)
  • Traits:Parenchymella  + (A poriferan larva composed of a ciliated ball of cells (blastula), with a brief swimming phase (Ruppert & Barnes, 1994).)
  • Traits:Amphiblastula  + (A poriferan larva, composed of a hollow ball of cells, with one hemisphere ciliated (Ruppert & Barnes, 1994).)
  • Traits:Fragility  + (A qualitative estimate of the susceptibility of a species to physical damage.)
  • Traits:Exoskeleton  + (A rigid external structure that supports and/or protects the body of an organism and that is mainly completely secreted by the epidermis (derived from Lawrence 2005).)
  • Traits:SimpleAxialProboscis  + (A sac-like proboscis relying on fluid presA sac-like proboscis relying on fluid pressure from the coelom for eversion. There is no particular development of musculature or glands. The worms tend to have reduced septa in the anterior part of the body allowing the contruction of the posterior part of the body to exert considerable force on the proboscis because of the free movement of the coelomic contents. Muscles associated with a thickened first septum (gular membrane) and the proboscis are used for retraction.and the proboscis are used for retraction.)
  • Traits:SeasonalFeeding  + (A seasonal migration for the purpose of following food or moving to suitable feeding grounds)
  • Traits:SeasonalEnvironment  + (A seasonal migration in order to remain within suitable environmental conditions.)
  • Traits:SeasonalReproduction  + (A seasonal migration in order to reproduce.)
  • Traits:Tentacles  + (A slender, flexible limb or appendage in an animal, especially around the mouth of an invertebrate, used for grasping or moving about, or bearing sense organs (OED).)
  • Traits:SpecialisedStage  + (A specialised dormancy or diapause stage in the life cycle of the organism)
  • Traits:Fluctuating  + (A species which exhibits fluctuating densities (either undefined in the literature or otherwise not mentioned in the abundance terms/parameters described here).)
  • Traits:Monoculture  + (A species which exists to the exclusion of all other species including dense mats or in 100% of survey counts.)
  • Traits:Rare to dominant  + (A species which is fluctuates between relatively low to high densities (accounts for such phenomena as population explosions).)
  • Traits:Rare to common  + (A species which is found in relatively low to moderate densities (accounts for non-discrete nature of abundance terms/parameters described here).)
  • Traits:Common to dominant  + (A species which is found in relatively moderate to high densities (accounts for non-discrete nature of abundance terms/parameters described here).)
  • Traits:Locally common  + (A species which is observed to have a patchy distribution in terms of being common only at some locations.)
  • Traits:Rare  + (A species which is present at low or relatively low densities; used to describe single occurrences of the species where appropriate.)
  • Traits:Dominant  + (A species which is very abundant or present at high densities or relatively high densities.)
  • Traits:Invasiveness Not specified  + (A species whose 'invasiveness' has not been specified in its introduced range. The species is known to be present and has been reported but there is no comment on its invasiveness.)
  • Traits:Common  + (A species with is abundant or present at moderate or relatively moderate densities.)
  • Traits:Sphere  + (A sphere or globe)
  • Traits:Infralittoral  + (A subzone of the sublittoral in which upwaA subzone of the sublittoral in which upward-facing rocks are dominated by erect algae, typically kelps; it can be further subdivided into the upper and lower infralittoral (based on Hiscock, 1985). The term is also used by Glémarec (1973) to refer to areas (étages) with a eurythermal environment of great seasonal and also daily and tidal amplitude. 1) lower The part of the infralittoral subzone which, on hard substrata, supports scattered kelp plants (a kelp park) or from which kelps are absent altogether and the seabed is dominated by foliose red and brown algae. It may be difficult to distinguish the lower infralittoralwhere grazing pressure prevents the establishment of foliose algae. 2) upper The part of the infralittoral subzone which, on hardsubstrata, is dominated by Laminariales forming a dense canopy, or kelp forest (based on Hiscock, 1985)., or kelp forest (based on Hiscock, 1985).)
  • Traits:Inquilinist  + (A symbiotic association in which one symbiont lives in close association with another, generally in the tube or burrow or actually within a body chamber of the host (Brusca, 1980).)
  • Traits:CriticallyEndangered  + (A taxon is Critically Endangered when the best available evidence indicates that it meets any of the criteria A to E for Critically Endangered (see Section V), and it is therefore considered to be facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.)