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Biodiversity of benthic polychaetes from the coastal waters of Paradip, Bay of Bengal
Polychaete communities of the subtidal waters off Paradip, Orissa, India (Lat, 20 degrees 05 minutes - 20 degrees 20 minutes N and Long. 86 degrees 35 minutes - 86 degrees 60 minutes E) in the Bay of Bengal were studied ...
Occurrence and distribution of soft corals (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea) from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands
(Bombay Natural History Society, 1996)
Occurrence and new distributional records for 26 species of Alcyonaceans are given. These include 12 species of Sinularia, 6 of Lobophytum, 6 of Sarcophytum, one of Cladiella and one of Nephthea. Their ecological information ...
Communities and coexistence of benthos in northern limb of Cochin Backwaters
(NISCAIR, New Delhi, 1991)
Occurrence and coexistence of benthic communities of 9 stations in the northern limb of Cochin Backwaters (Kerala, India) where an industrial belt (mostly chemical industries) is located are studied. Polychaetes with 30 ...
Foraminiferal fauna from the Cochin backwaters: Biological indicators of man-made changes in the environment
(K.R. Publishers, Udaipur, 1996)
Sixty foraminiferal species belonging to 38 genera and 23 families have been recorded from grab sediments of the Cochin backwaters. Of all the species Ammonia baccarii is the most dominant and successful form in the throes ...
(Oxford and IBH, New Delhi, 2001)
Benthic organisms are sessile and sedentary in nature. True benthos can be divided into two groups - epifauna and infauna. They comprise major invertebrate phyla. Benthic organisms are separated into micro, meio, macro and ...
Environmental impact assessment of benthic community stability in an estuarine complex
(Society of Biosciences, Muzaffarnagar, India, 1993)
Comparison of macrobenthic communities of an estuarine complex at Goa revealed significant changes in faunal structure, in time and space, in less than ten years (1972-73 - 1982-83). The composition of the community was ...