The pattern of development of a fouling community, based on research data on their formation in the mussel culture in the White Sea is presented. The succession may come to an end either by the mussel community or by the community of Styela rustica, which is analogous to the natural epitbenthic biocenosis of Laminaria saccharina. It also might develop with the deletion of some stages. The presence of the mussel phase is not necessary in the development of fouling. The final stage of the fouling development is determined, apparently, by hydrological conditions.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 16, 2004
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