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Limited SCUBA surveys of weedy seadragons at Kingston, Blackman's Bay & Bicheno and spiny pipehorses at Simpson's Point, Bruny Island. Mark-recapture study of approximately 40 seadragons and 10 spiny pipehorses.

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For seadragons, transects parallel to the shore at the reef/sand interface were surveyed and site dimensions estimated using a GPS unit into a waterproof case that was towed on the surface, covering an area of 5000-7000m2 at two sites (Kingston Beach & Blackman’s Bay). All individuals were individually marked with visible implant fluorescent elastomer (earlier study) or photographed (later study) (see Sanchez-Camara et al., 2011, Martin-Smith, 2011 for more details).

Created: 04 12 2007

Data time period: 07 2003 to 2005

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147,-41.5 147,-43.5 148.5,-43.5 148.5,-41.5 147,-41.5

147.75,-42.5