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Intertidal Zonation of the Exposed Rocky Shores of Victoria, Together with a Rearrangement of the Biogeographical Provinces of Temperate Australian Shores

I Bennett and EC Pope

Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 4(1) 105 - 159
Published: 1953

Abstract


This paper continues previous ecological studies (Dakin, Bennett, and Pope 1948) of the intertidal zone of south-eastern Australia.

The environmental factors and the zonation of the animals and plants on the exposed rocky coasts of Victoria are described.

As a result of this survey a rearrangement of the biogeographical provinces of the Australian littoral is made, and a new Cool-temperate fauna and flora are recognized on the coast of Victoria.



Full text doi:10.1071/MF9530105

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