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Rocky intertidal zone with stony corals exposed at low tide.   

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Rocky intertidal zone with stony corals exposed at low tide.
Photographer: Joseph Dougherty

ID: 0000 0000 0508 1564 (2008-05-23)

Copyright © 2008 Joseph Dougherty, M.D./ecology.org

 
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  • date of photo  Apr 2008
  • location   Kata Beach, Phuket (Thailand)
  • species associated with this habitat: Acropora sp.    Heliopora sp.    Pavona sp.  
  • notes   Some stony corals, particularly Acropora spp., can survive for short periods when exposed by low tides and thus can thrive in a niche where other marine reef-building organisms cannot compete. I also noted some leather corals very close to the intertidal zone and a few colonies of 'blue coral,' Heliopora sp.
  • camera   Nikon
  • contributor's ID #  2008_04_04_JD_0116
  • photo category: Landscape - habitat
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