Interactions of larval dynamics and substrate preference have ecological significance for benthic biodiversity and Ostrea edulis Linnaeus, 1758 in the presence of Crepidula fornicata

Joanne Preston*, Monica Fabra, Luke Helmer, Emma Johnson, Eric Harris-Scott, Ian W. Hendy

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