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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE AMPHIPOD FAUNA LIVING ON SARGASSUM OF TWO ITANHAÉM SHORES, BRAZIL

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ABSTRACT The amphipod fauna living on Sargassum of two shores (one sheltered and the other exposed) in Itanhaem, southern coast of Sao Paulo State, Brazil, was studied. Although nestling species were more conspicuous than tube-dwelling and inquiline species on both shores, the species composition differed slightly between the two localities. Caprella dilatata, Jassa falcata, and Hyale media were co-dominant species on the exposed shore, while only Hyale media was dominant on the protected shore. The morphological adaptations of the species to wave exposure may explain the dominance of certain species at the two localities. Diversity and dominance values were higher during the study period on the exposed shore, except for three months.

10.1163/193724083X00265
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2017-10-21

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