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Dr. and Daily. The consolidation of this "skin" is such that the fine parallel scratches made by grazing fish are readily apparent; these were figured by Stephenson and Searles (1960). 3. The Algae of the Great Barrier Reefs 51 3. Gelidiella bornetii Band The general color of this zone during summer is almost white because of the obscuring loosely held sediment, but during winter it may take on a light green appearance due to the more vigorous growth of Enteromorpha clathrata at that season. The most consistently present, and usually the dominant alga in this band, is Gelidielh bornetii (Weber-van Bosse) Feldmann and Hamel, but numerous other small species occur also.
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