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References

  • 1. National Biodiversity Network Species Dictionary (January, 2004) http://www.nhm.ac.uk/nbnhttp://www.nhm.ac.uk/nbn External link.
  • 2. Fish, J.D. and Fish, S. (1989) A student's guide to the seashore. Unwin Hyman Ltd, London.
  • 3. Budd, G.C. & Pizzola, P. (2002) Enteromorpha intestinalis. Gut weed. Marine Life Information Network: Biology and Sensitivity Key Information Sub-programme [on-line]. Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. (November, 2003) http://www.marlin.ac.uk/species/Ulvaintestinalis.htmhttp://www.marlin.ac.uk/species/Ulvaintestinalis.htm External link.
  • 4. Gibson, R., Hextall, B. and Rogers, A. (2001) Photographic Guide to the Sea and Shore Life of Britain and North-west Europe. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • F. Briand, unpublished observations
  • Hall SJ, Raffaelli D (1991) Food-web patterns: lessons from a species-rich web. J Anim Ecol 60:823–842
  • Huxham M, Beany S, Raffaelli D (1996) Do parasites reduce the chances of triangulation in a real food web? Oikos 76:284–300
  • L. Saldanha, Estudio Ambiental do Estuario do Tejo, Publ. no. 5(4) (CNA/Tejo, Lisbon, 1980).
  • S. W. Nixon and C. A. Oviatt, Ecology of a New England salt marsh, Ecol. Monogr. 43:463-498, from p. 491 (1973).

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