Halcampa chrysanthellum and Edwardsia timida on sublittoral clean stone gravel
|Within Vocab||Marine Habitat Classification for Britain and Ireland Version 97.06|
|Definition||Periodically (seasonally?) disturbed sublittoral stone gravel with small pebbles characterised by the presence of the anemones Halcampa chrysanthellum and Edwardsia timida. This biotope may also be contain opportunistic red seaweeds such as Palmaria palmata, Associated species are often typical of a hydroid/bryozoan turf but with infauna such as Sabella pavonina and Megalomma vesiculosum. It should be noted that this habitat may show considerable variation in community composition.|
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