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  • Traits:Lanceolate  + (Lance shaped and usually elongate (Brusca, 1980).)
  • Traits:LargeInsectColonies  + (Large colonies of indivduals cooperating for mutual benefit, made up of thousnads or more individuals, often with a dominant matriach, e.g. social incests , bees etc.)
  • Traits:Protonymphon  + (Larval pycnogonid that bears three pairs of appendages, the chelicerae, palps and ovigerous legs (Ruppert & Barnes, 1996).)
  • Traits:Clathrate  + (Latticed (Holmes, 1979).)
  • Traits:Intermediary  + (Liable to suffer minor damage, chips or cracks as result of physical impacts.)
  • Traits:Fragile  + (Likely to break, or crack as a result of physical impact; brittle or friable.)
  • Traits:Hyperbenthic  + (Living above but close to the substratum (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Solitary  + (Living alone, not gregarious (Thompson 1995).)
  • Traits:Demersal  + (Living at or near the bottom of a sea or lake but having the capacity for active swimming (from Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Gregarious  + (Living in groups or communities, growing in clusters (Thompson, 1995) - where the organisms actively seek out members of the same species as adult or larvae/juveniles for protection from the environment, predators or for breeding)
  • Traits:Plankton  + (Living in the fluid medium (water or air) but unable to maintain their position or distribution independently of the movement of the water/air mass (adapted from Lincoln <i>et al.</i>, 1998).)
  • Traits:Neustonic  + (Living on or under the surface film of open water.)
  • Traits:Epizooic  + (Living on the exterior of a living animal but not parasitic upon it.)
  • Traits:Epiphytic  + (Living on the surface of a living plant but not parasitic upon it.)
  • Traits:Epilithic  + (Living on the surface of rock or other hard inorganic substrata)
  • Traits:Epibenthic  + (Living on the surface of the seabed.)
  • Traits:Pleustonic  + (Living permanently at the water surface due to their own buoyancy, normally positioned partly in the water and partly in the air.)
  • Traits:Endozoic  + (Living within the body of an animal (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Interstitial  + (Living within the system of cavities and channels formed by the spaces between grains in a sediment (interstitial space).)
  • Traits:Macroalgae  + (Macroalgal surfaces, such as kelps and fucoids.)
  • Traits:Maerl  + (Maerl beds formed by build up of maerl.)
  • Traits:BodyAlgalGravel  + (Maerl; twig-like unattached (free-living) calcareous red algae, often a mixture of species and including species which form a spiky cover on loose small stones - 'hedgehog stones'.)
  • Traits:Erect  + (Main visible parts of organism stand upright and above the surface of the substratum.)
  • Traits:Spermcast  + (Male gametes are spawned and fertilize eggs within or attached to parent)
  • Traits:PseudoArrhenotoky  + (Males develop from diploid fertilized eggs but subsequently eliminate or silence the paternal genome)
  • Traits:Depth  + (Maximum recorded depth below chart datum (expressed in metres).)
  • Traits:Bodylength  + (Maximum recorded linear body length (in millimetres) excluding appendages.)
  • Traits:DepthRange  + (Maximum to minimum recorded depth (expressed as metres below chart datum).)
  • Traits:DeOxygenationTolerance  + (Min Value)
  • Traits:TempRange  + (Min/Max Value)
  • Traits:Mixed  + (Mixtures of a variety of sediment types, composed of pebble / gravel / sand / mud. This category includes muddy gravels, muddy sandy gravels, gravelly muds, and muddy gravelly sands.)
  • Traits:HardMobile  + (Mobile hard substratum, e.g. cobbles, pebbles that are regularly moved by wave action.)
  • Traits:BitingMacerating  + (Mouth parts designed to grasp and macerate food before swallowing (e.g. most vertebrates))
  • Traits:BitingPiercing  + (Mouth parts designed to pierce outside of food or prey and feed on internal fluids or tissues)
  • Traits:PassiveDrifter  + (Movement dependent on wind or water currents)
  • Traits:SandyMud  + (Mud (50-90%) with sand)
  • Traits:MudSandyMud  + (Mud and sandy muds where mud is the major fraction (see Long, 2006))
  • Traits:GravellyMud  + (Mud with 5-30% gravel (see Long, 2006))
  • Traits:VeryWeak  + (Negligible)
  • Traits:Nonfeeding  + (Non-feeding life stages (e.g. lecithotroph))
  • Traits:Sessile  + (Non-motile; permanently attached at the base (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998) (e.g. ''Caryophyllia'').)
  • Traits:ClutchSize  + (Number of eggs laid at one time - in organisms that may lay eggs in one or more batches.)
  • Traits:Fecundity  + (Number of eggs reported produced per female per reproductive cycle.)
  • Traits:AutomicticParthenogenesis  + (Obligate self-fertilization (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998) in which haploid eggs /gametes are produced by meiosis but diploidy is restored without fertilization.)
  • Traits:BurrowDweller  + (Occupies or shares space in burrow constructed by other organisms.)
  • Traits:Hadobenthic  + (Occupying the ocean floor at depths exceeding ca 6000 m. Usually in trenches and canyons of the abyssal zone. (Lincoln ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Bathybenthic  + (Occupying the ocean floor from ca 200 - 4000 m depth (LincolnĀ ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:Abyssobenthic  + (Occupying the ocean floor from ca 4000 - 6000 m depth. Usually a more or less flat plain (LincolnĀ ''et al.'', 1998).)
  • Traits:NoViviparousCare  + (Offspring are abandoned by the adult)
  • Traits:ViviparousCare  + (Offspring are nurtured and protected by the adult)