eurybathic


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eurybathic

(yo͝or′ə-băth′ĭk)
adj.
Capable of living in a wide range of water depths. Used of an aquatic organism.

eu′ry·bath′ n.
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Furthermore, shelf stations showed a higher number of eurybathic species (with a wide bathymetrical range) than did slope stations (Table 5).
Analyzing the vertical distribution of species found in this study (Table 2), we observed the occurrence of shallow-water and eurybathic species (shallow-bathyal, distributions) at the slope stations.