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Sand dwelling Turbellaria from the Netherlands Delta area
Martens, P.M.; Schockaert, E.R. (1981). Sand dwelling Turbellaria from the Netherlands Delta area, in: Schockaert, E.R. et al. (Ed.) (1981). The Biology of the Turbellaria: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium Diepenbeek, Belgium, 11-15 August 1980. Hydrobiologia, 84: pp. 113-127
In: Schockaert, E.R.; Ball, I.R. (Ed.) (1981). The Biology of the Turbellaria: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium Diepenbeek, Belgium, 11-15 August 1980. Hydrobiologia, 84. Dr. W. Junk Publishers: Den Haag. ISBN 90-6193-757-4. XIII, 300 pp.
In: Hydrobiologia. Springer: Berlin. ISSN 0018-8158
Peer reviewed article

Also published as
  • Martens, P.M.; Schockaert, E.R. (1981). Sand dwelling Turbellaria from the Netherlands Delta area. Hydrobiologia 84: 113-127, more
  • Martens, P.M.; Schockaert, E.R. (1982). Sand dwelling Turbellaria from the Netherlands Delta area, in: (1982). IZWO Coll. Rep. 12(1982). IZWO Collected Reprints, 12: pp. chapter 7, more

Keywords
    Meiobenthos; Taxonomy; Turbellaria [WoRMS]; ANE, Netherlands, Delta Area [gazetteer]; Marine; Brackish water

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  • Martens, P.M.
  • Schockaert, E.R.

Abstract
    Sand dwelling Turbellaria from the Delta of the Rivers Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt have been investigated. Thirty-eight samples taken from littoral and sublittoral stations in the Grevelingen, Eastern and Western Scheldt have been analysed. Thirty-three species were recorded (Acoela were not considered); twenty-four of them are new for the area and seven new species are described. Density and diversity of Turbellaria were higher in the Eastern Scheldt than in the Western Scheldt or in the Lake Grevelingen. A maximum density of 82 ind./100 cm³ was noted. A tentative calculation on relative abundance of the representatives of the different Turbellaria orders is established. Proseriata seem to be dominant in the localities studied.

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