RED LIST Biotope Expert Team
Baltic bottoms in the photic zone with at least 90 %
coverage of rock, boulders or stones of more than 63 mm in diameter. Epibenthic
cnidarians cover at least 10%, and more than other perennial attached erect
groups. Out of the attached epibenthic cnidariand hydroids represent at least
50 % of the biomass.
Substrate is rock and/or boulders.
Diversity, abundance and biomass of fauna.
Known from Russia waters
184.108.40.206.1 Sublittoral level soft rock bottoms with little or no macrophyte
220.127.116.11.1 Sublittoral level stony bottoms with little or no macrophyte
A3.4 : Baltic exposed infralittoral rock
A3.5 : Baltic moderately exposed infralittoral rock
A3.6 : Baltic sheltered infralittoral rock
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