2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.09.010
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Distinct community dynamics at two artificial habitats in a recreational marina

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“…Low resistance to predation, as previously observed for ascidians in the study area Vieira et al, 2012Vieira et al, , 2016 and elsewhere (Jurgens, Freestone, Ruiz, & Torchin, 2017;Osman & Whitlatch, 2004) (Jackson & Hughes, 1985;Kay & Keough, 1981), which face a high risk of being dislodged or overgrown (Nandakumar, 1996;Russ, 1982). The high-survival rate observed here coupled with the wellknown resistance against predators (Lidgard, 2008;Oricchio, Pastro et al, 2016) resulted in remarkable persistence of S. errata growing colonies, rendering pervasive effects on community structure, which may last until any disturbance event results in the detachment of aged colonies.…”
Section: Source Of Variationsupporting
confidence: 76%
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“…Low resistance to predation, as previously observed for ascidians in the study area Vieira et al, 2012Vieira et al, , 2016 and elsewhere (Jurgens, Freestone, Ruiz, & Torchin, 2017;Osman & Whitlatch, 2004) (Jackson & Hughes, 1985;Kay & Keough, 1981), which face a high risk of being dislodged or overgrown (Nandakumar, 1996;Russ, 1982). The high-survival rate observed here coupled with the wellknown resistance against predators (Lidgard, 2008;Oricchio, Pastro et al, 2016) resulted in remarkable persistence of S. errata growing colonies, rendering pervasive effects on community structure, which may last until any disturbance event results in the detachment of aged colonies.…”
Section: Source Of Variationsupporting
confidence: 76%
“…By forcing sets of experimental assemblages to be founded by functionally different sessile invertebrates, we provide here independent and novel evidence for the unique role of Schizoporella species worldwide in the determination of benthic community dynamics. In our study area, S. errata seems to be the strongest competitor in artificial hard substrates, owing both to its fast growth and resistance to predators (Vieira et al., ; Oricchio, Flores, & Dias, ; Oricchio, Pastro et al., ). Differently from earlier studies showing later Schizoporella die‐off and subsequent species replacement after 1 year (Sutherland, ; Sutherland & Karlson, ), high year‐round recruitment of S. errata likely allows this species to regain space and persist longer in the study area.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 80%
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