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Un facies d'epifaune nouveau: le facies à Ectopleura dumortieri (van Beneden) et Electra pilosa (Linne): faune associée, cartographie et evolution saisonnière = A new epifauna facies: Ectopleura dumortieri (van Beneden) and Electra pilosa (Linne) facies: associated fauna, cartography and seasonal evolution
Lagardère, F.; Tardy, J. (1980). Un facies d'epifaune nouveau: le facies à Ectopleura dumortieri (van Beneden) et Electra pilosa (Linne): faune associée, cartographie et evolution saisonnière = A new epifauna facies: Ectopleura dumortieri (van Beneden) and Electra pilosa (Linne) facies: associated fauna, cartography and seasonal evolution. Cah. Biol. Mar. 21(3): 265-278
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Lagardère, F.
  • Tardy, J.

Abstract
    The identification, in the south of the Bay of Biscay of the main components of E. dumortieri and E. pilosa epifauna facies has allowed new observations on the associated fauna (Polychaeta Syllidae and Mollusca Opisthobranchia). This facies is principally extended on medium sands or fine sands, around the Gironde estuary. It shows a set of conditions connected with areas subjected to the transport or deposit of materials of terrigenous origin. Its evolution is marked, from the beginning of summer to autumn, by the progressive passage from hydroid to bryozoan.

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