Data from: Habitat primarily structures seagrass epifaunal communities: a regional-scale assessment in the Chesapeake Bay

Claire Murphy, Jonathan Lefcheck & Robert Orth
Epifaunal invertebrates play an important role in seagrass systems, both by grazing epiphytic algae from seagrass blades and by acting as a major food source for higher trophic levels. However, while many studies have described epifaunal community properties at small spatial scales (1 – 10 m2) and across very large gradients (from continental coastlines to the entire globe), few have examined regional-scale (100 ­– 1000 km2) patterns or, more importantly, disentangled the drivers of these...
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