Loose-lying mats of Phyllophora crispa on infralittoral muddy sediment
|Within Vocab||Marine Habitat Classification for Britain and Ireland Version 97.06|
|Definition||Infralittoral mud and sandy mud, sometimes with some shells or pebbles, and a dense, loose-lying cover of Phyllophora crispa. This biotope occurs in very sheltered conditions such as those found in sealochs and voes. IMX.Pcri is similar to other biotopes described with dense, loose-lying algae but has been less frequently recorded, and from the few records available, appears to occur in slightly deeper infralittoral waters and typically in fully saline waters. The seaweeds in this biotope may epiphytised by ascidians such as Ascidiella aspera and Ascidia mentula.|
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