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Algae > Volume 1(1); 1986 > Article
Algae 1986;1(1): 225-240.
A Summer Algal Vegetation in Youngil Bay, Eastern Coast of Korea
Hae-Bok Lee, Yoon-Sik Oh
Department of Biology, Chong ju University, Department of Botany, Seoul National University
A summer algal flora of Youngil Bay, eastern coast of korea, was investigated specially referring to the analysis of algal vegetation at eight sites along the coast in July, 1984. Marine algae identified from the area were 134 species; 134 species; 20 green, 35 brown, and 79 red algae. Among them, 62 species occurred at Ihgari, 45 at Yongdeokri, 66 at Yeonamdong, 19 at Songdodong, 29 at Imgokdong, 57 at Balsandong, 33 at Daedongbaedong, and 49 at Daebori, respectively. Ectocarpus flocculiformis Setchell at Gardner was collected for the first time in Korea through this investigation. The biomass in dry weight was 246.7-540.0 g/m super(2), and showed a little higher value at inside bay than outside. The summer algal vegetation of Youngil Bay was represented by Ulva pertusa, Dictyota dichotoma, Sargassum thunbergii, and melobesioidean algae.
Key words: algal vegetation, eastern coast of Korea, Youngil Bay

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