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    • Traits:Diplontic  + (Definition may need revision to capture species where 'adult' is ambiguous, e.g. macroalgae where the term 'dominant life stage' might be more relevant.)
    • Traits:Haplontic  + (Definition needs specialist input)
    • Traits:Spermcast  + (Definition require specialist input)
    • Traits:Plankton  + (Definition requires confirmation)
    • Traits:Nekton  + (Definition requires confirmation)
    • Traits:ClutchSize  + (Definition requires input - Record if number is minimum, maximum or average.)
    • Traits:AgeAtMaturity  + (Definition requires input - decide on standard approach - record if age is minimum, maximum or average.In addition the gender (m/f) should be documented.)
    • Traits:LifeSpan  + (Definition requires input - decide on standard approach - record if age is minimum, maximum or average.In addition the gender (m/f) should be documented.)
    • Traits:Bodylength  + (Definition requires input - discussion to identify the life stage of interest, and decide on the appropriate unit.)
    • Traits:Elevation  + (Definition requires input - included to caDefinition requires input - included to capture height above chart datum (C.D.) (or normal water surface of lake or river) especially for eulittoral and supralittoral species, freshwater, river and lake dwelling and even terrestrial species (birds, amphibians etc.). Note an organism that is found at a depth of 10-20 m in a freshwater mountain lake would have this attribute recorded under depth range, not elevation, evne if the lake itself was at over 1000m above C.D.. lake itself was at over 1000m above C.D..)
    • Traits:Lifestage  + (Definition requires input - individual life stages and descriptions to be confirmed by taxonomic specialists)
    • Traits:Muscular Contraction (body length)  + (Definition requires input - is there another word for this action 'muscular contraction' used in studies of invertebrate and vertebrate swimming/locomotion.)
    • Traits:Physiography  + (Definition requires input - it is currently specific to NE Atlantic - if required it will need additional terms for Mediterranean, Baltic, Pontic, and Pacific etc features.)
    • Traits:LarvalStageDuration  + (Definition requires input - need to decide standard format. The trait value needs to record duration in days or months. Do we record the time from egg to adult i.e. all larval stages, or the duration of each larval stage where there are more than one?)
    • Traits:LarvalSettlement  + (Definition requires input - need to decideDefinition requires input - need to decide on standard format - record the range months or seasons over which settlement occurs. Months (Jan., Feb. .... Dec.) are preferred as provide a higher resolution and are independent of hemisphere. But need to record geographical location. </br></br>Record if period is minimum, maximum or average. if period is minimum, maximum or average.)
    • Traits:Fecundity  + (Definition requires input - need to decide a standard format - some species Max. no. 1,2,... to 10, 12 in which case we record the Max. no., but other species fecundity is measured in the millions, so no point recording 1,000,001.)
    • Traits:ReproductiveSeason  + (Definition requires input - need to decideDefinition requires input - need to decide on a standard approach - either recording the months of the year in which reproduction occurs (e.g. Jan., Feb., ...Dec.) or the season (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter). Month is preferable as it is a better resolution and more transferable across hemispheres. Need to add information on geographical location information of the record, as the productive season may vary with latitude and climate.season may vary with latitude and climate.)
    • Traits:DispersalPotential  + (Definition requires input - need to decide on standard format - record of distance is minimum, maximum or average.)
    • Traits:EggPropaguleSize  + (Definition requires input - need to decide on standard format - record if size is minimum, maximum or average.)
    • Traits:Mixed  + (Definition requires input from EMODNET habDefinition requires input from EMODNET habitats. The current 'definition' is a catch all that needs specialist input and discussion. At present the 'slightly gravelly' categories (Folk, 1954; Long, 2006) are not included. Where does 'lag' fit into this scheme.ed. Where does 'lag' fit into this scheme.)
    • Traits:DepthSubstratum  + (Definition requires input.)
    • Traits:Larva  + (Definition requires input.)
    • Traits:Instar  + (Definition requires input. Is the 'instar' stage considered to be a larval stage or an juvenile stage.)
    • Traits:BurrowDweller  + (Definition requires input. Kept separate from 'burrow builder' (under Habitat modification) which refers to an organism that makes a burrow, the 'burrow dweller' uses another's burrow as its habitat or substratum.)
    • Traits:Adult  + (Definition requires input. Note, in some iDefinition requires input. Note, in some insects the larva or juvenile stages may be longer lived than a short-lived reproductive stage (e.g. dragonflies). In flowering plants, the adult is probably the dominant and reproductive form. Under this definition, the adult stage of macroalgae may be considered to be both the sporophyte or gametophyte (as both form gametes), even though the gametophyte may be microscopic. In asexual species, reproductive capability might be considered to separate larval from adult stages.ered to separate larval from adult stages.)
    • Traits:VerticalBiologicalZone  + (Definition requires input. Refer to discussion.)
    • Traits:Juvenile  + (Definition requires input. The above definition is probably not relevant for most species, except some insects and vertebrates (e.g. birds, reptiles, mammals) that have distinct juvenile stages.)
    • Traits:Heteromorphic  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:Isomorphic  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:SexualReproduction  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:PseudoArrhenotoky  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:Pollination  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:Sporogenesis  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:Arrhenotoky  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:CephalicSpines  + (Definition requires specialist input)
    • Traits:PickingfromWaterSurface  + (Definition requires specialist input (sea birds))
    • Traits:UnderwaterSwimming  + (Definition requires specialist input (sea birds))
    • Traits:WadinginShallowWater  + (Definition requires specialist input (sea birds))
    • Traits:Hawking  + (Definition requires specialist input (sea birds).)
    • Traits:HaploidDiploid  + (Definition requires specialist input - plus a citable reference)
    • Traits:Wingspan  + (Definition requires specialist input.)
    • Traits:Cyphonautes  + (Definition specific to Bryozoa)
    • Traits:Coronate  + (Definition specific to Bryozoa. Description and citation required.)
    • Traits:Cypris  + (Definition specific to Cirripedia)
    • Traits:Copepodid  + (Definition specific to Copepoda)