SEA SLUGS

AND  OTHER  MARINE  INVERTEBRATES  OF  THE  TWEED - BYRON  COAST,  AUSTRALIA.

MANGROVES, SEA-GRASS, MUD
AND SAND FLATS

 

        

Five species of Mangrove trees that occurr in the Brunswick River. The first four can be
found growing close to each other in the left hand side of the image below, a narrow
strip of mangroves that back directly onto rainforest. The last can be seen opposite the
main boat ramp



Mangroves, mud and sandflats at entrance to Marshall's Creek, Brunswick River.



Rainforest extending down to shoreline and merging with mangroves behind north
sea-wall, Marshall's Creek, Brunswick River.

 

   

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CRUSTACEA  
Metopograpsus frontalis Pilumnopeus serratifrons
Xanthid crab? Xanthid crab
Parasesarma erythodactyla Alpheus cf lobidens
Mictyris longicarpus Species?
Pseudohelice quadrata Species?
Clistocoeloma merguiense Trypaea australiensis
Paragrapsus laevis Species?
Helograpsus haswellianus Species?
Macrophthalmus setosus Sphaeroma terebrans
Heloecius cordiformis Ptyosphaera alata
Species? Sphaeroma quoianum
Scylla serrata Elminius covertus
Species? Species?
Uca perplexa Balanus variegatus?
Uca dussumieri Clibanarius longitarsus
Uca coarctata Clibanarius striolatus
Species? Species?
Australoplax tridentata Sarmatium crassum
Species? Uca polita
Uca vomeris Iais californica
Crurantha peroni Species?
Latreutes pymoeus Species?
Species? Latreutes sp?
Monocorophium sp Syncassidina aestuaria
Victoriopisa australiensis Species?

 

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