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A list of all pages that have property "Definition" with value "Common in OSPAR Region II, III". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • Traits:Semelparous  + (Breeding once per lifetime, or breeding only once then dying (Barnes ''et al.'', 2006). Organisms that only have one brood during their lifetime (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:BiannualEpisodic  + (Breeds every second year but in one or more discrete periods initiated by some trigger (for example a lunar cycle).)
  • Traits:AnnualEpisodic  + (Breeds every year but in one or more discrete periods initiated by some trigger (for example a lunar cycle).)
  • Traits:AnnualProtracted  + (Breeds every year over an extended or drawn out period.)
  • Traits:Biannual  + (Breeds less frequently than every two years.)
  • Traits:BiannualProtracted  + (Breeds once every two years over an extended or drawn out period.)
  • Traits:Environment  + (Broad descriptors of the major environmental regions)
  • Traits:Penicillate  + (Brush like (Prescott ,1969).)
  • Traits:BodyAccretion  + (Build up or accumulation of sediment.)
  • Traits:Massive  + (Bulky (Homes, 1979).)
  • Traits:CITES  + (CITES (the Convention on International TraCITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.</br></br>Appendices I, II and III to the Convention are lists of species afforded different levels or types of protection from over-exploitation.ypes of protection from over-exploitation.)
  • Traits:HighMagnesiumCalcite  + (Calcite where more then 8wt.% CaCO3 is substituted by MgCO3.)
  • Traits:Mobile  + (Capable of movement)
  • Traits:PermanentHermaphrodite  + (Capable of producing both ova and spermatozoa either at the same time (Barnes ''et al.'', 1993).)
  • Traits:SelfFertilizing  + (Capable of self-fertilization)
  • Traits:Passive  + (Catching food on a filter held into flowing water (e.g. hydroids, sea fans, sea pens), or collecting the 'rain' of detritus on sticky apparatus other than a filter (e.g. Cucumaria frondosa, proboscis of echinurans) (MarLIN; Hiscock et al. 1999).)
  • Traits:StraitSound  + (Channels between the mainland and an island or between two islands which are open at both ends to the open coast (it does not refer to similar features or narrows within marine inlets).)
  • Traits:Bivalved  + (Characteristically a shell of two calcareous valves joined by a flexible ligament.)
  • Traits:Physiography  + (Coastal geomorphology and physical features.)
  • Traits:AnchialineCaves  + (Coastal salt water habitats with no surface connection to the sea.)
  • Traits:VerySheltered  + (Coasts with a fetch less than about 3 km where they face prevailing winds or about 20 km where they face away from prevailing winds, or which have offshore obstructions such as reefs or a narrow (<30°) open water window.)
  • Traits:Sheltered  + (Coasts with a restricted fetch and/or open water window. Coasts can face prevailing winds but with a short fetch (< 20 km) or extensive shallow area offshore, or may face away from prevailing winds.)
  • Traits:Ecological Descriptors  + (Collection of traits relating to species ecology)
  • Traits:SealAbundanceAndDistribution  + (Common in OSPAR Region II)
  • Traits:MarineMammalBycatch  + (Common in OSPAR Region II)