Biodiversity & Conservation

Habitat bibliography

Bosence, D.W.J., (1979b). The factors leading to aggregation and reef formation in Serpula vermicularis L. In Proceedings of an International Symposium held at the University of Durham, April 1976. Biology and Systematics of Colonial Organisms (ed. G. Larwood & B.R. Rosen), pp. 299-318. London: Academic Press.

Brown, A.E., Burn, A.J., Hopkins, J.J. & Way, S.F., (1997). The habitats directive: selection of Special Areas of Conservation in the UK. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough, JNCC Report no. 270.

Bryan, G.W. & Gibbs, P.E., (1983). Heavy metals from the Fal estuary, Cornwall: a study of long-term contamination by mining waste and its effects on estuarine organisms. Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. [Occasional Publication, no. 2.]

Cole, S., Codling, I.D., Parr, W. & Zabel, T., (1999). Guidelines for managing water quality impacts within UK European Marine sites. Natura 2000 report prepared for the UK Marine SACs Project. 441 pp., Swindon: Water Research Council on behalf of EN, SNH, CCW, JNCC, SAMS and EHS. [UK Marine SACs Project.],

Cotter, E., O'Riordan, R.M & Myers, A.A. (2003). Recruitment patterns of serpulids (Annelida: Polychaeta) in Bantry Bay, Ireland. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 83, 41-48.

Davies, C.E. & Moss, D., (1998). European Union Nature Information System (EUNIS) Habitat Classification. Report to European Topic Centre on Nature Conservation from the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Monks Wood, Cambridgeshire. [Final draft with further revisions to marine habitats.], Brussels: European Environment Agency.

Eno, N.C., Clark, R.A. & Sanderson, W.G. (ed.) (1997). Non-native marine species in British waters: a review and directory. Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Gage, J., (1972). A preliminary survey of the benthic macrofauna and sediments in Lochs Etive and Creran, sea-lochs along the west coast of Scotland. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 52, 237-276.

Holt, T.J., Rees, E.I., Hawkins, S.J. & Seed, R., (1998). Biogenic reefs (Volume IX). An overview of dynamic and sensitivity characteristics for conservation management of marine SACs. Scottish Association for Marine Science (UK Marine SACs Project), 174 pp.

MBA (Marine Biological Association), (1957). Plymouth Marine Fauna. Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom.

Michel, C. & De Villez, E.J., (1978). Digestion. In Physiology of Annelids (ed. P.J. Mill), pp. 509-554. London: Academic Press.

Minchin, D., (1987). Serpula vermicularis L. (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) reef communities from the west coast of Ireland. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 22, 314-316.

Moore, C.G., (1996). Distribution of the serpulid reefs in Loch Creran, Argyll. Unpublished, Scottish Natural Heritage, Survey and Monitoring Report no. 53.

Moore, C.G., Saunders, G.R. & Harries, D.B., (1998b). The status and ecology of reefs of Serpula vermicularis L.. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 8, 645-656.

Norton, T.A., (1992). Dispersal by macroalgae. British Phycological Journal, 27, 293-301.

Ormieres, R., (1980). Haplosporidium parisi sp. nov., a parasite of Serpula vermicularis. Ultrastructural study of the spore. Protistologica, 16, 467-474.

Poloczanska, E.S., Hughes, D.J. & Burrows, M.T., (2004). Underwater television observations of Serpula vermicularis (L.) reefs and associated mobile fauna in Loch Creran, Scotland. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 61, 425-435.