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  • 1. Stedt, Johanna
    et al.
    Westling, Anna
    Basinventering av havsgrottor (8330) i Skåne län: Totalinventering av tre havsgrottor vid Kullaberg samt identifiering av ytterligare objekt i området2016Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of this study was to perform a basic inventory of the Natura 2000habitat Submerged or partially submerged sea caves (8330) in Kullaberg nature reserve in Scania, Sweden. The aim was to describe and make an inventory of the habitat type regarding its flora and fauna, and to identify species suitable to use in the continued monitoring as characteristic and typical species for the habitat type.   From the previously known sea caves in the area three where chosen, based on their size, position and character, for total inventory and description. These caves were described and inventoried in the field by use of visual methods (snorkelling and diving). Also, basic descriptions were made of an additional seven sea caves in the area and several potential sea caves were noted.   This study has, in addition to the result from the basic inventory, resulted in some recommendations for the continued monitoring of the habitat type sea caves (8330).  Some species found in the inventoried sea caves are suggested to be added to the list of characteristic and typical species for the habitat type in this geographical region. Given the high density of sea caves already found in the Kullaberg area we also suggest a continued inventory in this area to further add to the knowledge of the habitat type sea caves (8330).

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