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intertidal

between high and low tide marks.
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californica, 8 to 15 m deep, off Monterey and Pacific Grove, and on 20 May 2015 found one specimen intertidally at San Dollar Beach, in southern Monterey County.
Estimates and tests of per capita interaction strength: diet, abundance, and impact of intertidally foraging birds.
Estimates and tests of per capita interactions strength: diet, abundance, and impact of intertidally foraging birds.
Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, the species with the smallest eggs and fastest sperm, lives intertidally and in shallow subtidal habitats.
In Oregon, "[i]t is unlawful to take, possess, buy, sell or otherwise handle any food fish in or from any waters of this state, during times, in a manner or by means of the fishing gear prohibited by law."(57) "Take," in this context, means "fish for, hunt, pursue, catch, capture or kill or attempt to fish for, hunt, pursue, catch, capture or kill,"(58) while "food fish" include "all fish, shellfish, and all other animals living intertidally on the bottom, within the waters of this state," including "all such fishes within the waters of the Columbia River and its tributaries where such waters form the boundaries of this state."(59) Thus, Oregon statutes reemphasize the state's protective authority by criminalizing harm to fish not specifically allowed by law.
Taylor's clams are farmed intertidally, as are most oysters, but the clams grow in the seabed rather than on anything constructed.
Imagine an ancestral population that is more or less obligatorily subtidal, with very occasional observations of scattered individuals found intertidally. Then an allele arises in that population that promotes the turbulence-settlement behavior.
As discussed in the Introduction, oysters are a major component of the ecology of the bay and the economy of the region, and they occur subtidally and intertidally, as in other estuaries in the northern Gulf of Mexico (Kennedy & Sanford 1999).
Taylor primarily collected intertidally by hand and subtidally with a dredge, though he noted abundant Sargassum (one of the largest and most structurally complex seaweeds in the islands) drifting or washed ashore in the Western region.
alba collected intertidally in San Diego in July 1969, the egg mass we found had one less turn, but was otherwise virtually identical in appearance, including the relatively large size and spacing of the embryos.
65): Known only from the tropical western Indian Ocean, from southern Kenya and northern Mozambique to southern Madagascar; has been found living intertidally, on a rock on a muddy substratum, near low water.
Gaydos personal observation; observed foraging on crabs and other invertebrates intertidally and swimming in marine waters; Carlton and Hodder 2003