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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v44.i4.30
pages 26-34

Biocenosis Modiolus adriaticus in the Kerch pre-strait of the Black Sea

A. S. Terentyev
Southern Scientific Research Institute of Marine Fishery and Oceanography, Kerch, Ukraine


Biocenosis Modiolus adriaticus inhabiting mainly the sandy-silt bottom sediments within the depth 10−36 m in the Kerch pre-strait of the Black Sea have been studied. Maximal values of zoobenthos number and biomass have been registered within the depth 25−30 m. Level of the dominant species aggregation depends to a great extent on the availability of the substrate appropriate for settling. As a result of anthropogenic impact biocenosis was found to be considerably destroyed.

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