This data is the photo collection of benthos in the Great Wall Station, which contains 28 kinds of biological images, all of which are saved in JPG format. In addition to recording the name and morphology of benthos, the content also has the size as a reference. Benthos refer to the aquatic fauna that live at the bottom of the water body all or most of the life cycle. In addition to the settlement and activity of life, the form of habitat is mostly fixed on the hard substrate such as rock and buried in the soft substrate such as sand. In addition, there are benthic species attached to the surface of plants or other benthos, and inhabiting in the intertidal zone. In terms of feeding methods, most of them were fed by suspended solids and sediments. Most of them are invertebrates, which is a complex ecological group.
|collect place||Great Wall Station, Antarctica, China|
|data size||9.8 MB|
|Data time resolution||day|
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