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Ophioplocus imbricatus
 
(Müller & Troschel 1842)

                        Emma Ceccato (2012)

 

 

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Local Description






Ophioplocus imbricatus individuals were collected on the reef crest on the Southern region of Heron Reef (23.4500°S, 151.9167° E) on the Southern Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Eastern Australia (Figure 1). This region of the reef is observed to be one of the main drainage points to the lagoon and due to this high energy, the area supports a high diversity of invertebrates.

O.imbricatus was not found in any other reef habitats including brief searches conducted in reef flats and intertidal zones at various places around Heron reef and was only found in association with the benthos as opposed to the water column.

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