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Spatial variation in littoral Codium assemblages on Jersey, Channel Islands (southern English Channel)
- Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon State University, Newport, Oregon 97365, USA
- Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Portsmouth, UK
Littoral surveys on Jersey shores in the Channel Islands (southern English Channel) revealed unexpected spatial variation in local-scale distributions of green macroalgae belonging to Codium species. Traditionally considered a low-shore alga, native C. vermilara inhabited high and/or mid-shore pools at nine of ten shores surveyed. This alga was frequent on semi-exposed shores. The introduced taxon C. fragile ssp. tomentosoides was patchily distributed with highest abundances in wave-sheltered areas. Zonation patterns of Codium spp. on Channel Island shores were more complex than those north of the English Channel.
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