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Description. Halodule uninervis is a marine, perennial herb that reaches up to cm with a wiry and erect stems. Leaves are x cm, produced in. Halodule uninervis (Forsskål) Ascherson Type species. The type species (holotype) of the genus Halodule is. Status of name. This name is of an entity. Learn more about the Seagrass - with amazing Seagrass photos and facts on Arkive.


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The narrow, toothed leaf blades are up to 15 centimeters long and usually roughly a millimeter wide, [3] though leaf width is variable and can be up to 7 millimeters.

The tip of the leaf blade has three teeth. The male flower is borne on a short peduncle and is enclosed in a leaf. The leaves are wider in deeper waters. Halodule uninervis suggest halodule uninervis seeds halodule uninervis remain dormant for some time.

Diversity and antagonistic potential of bacteria isolated from marine grass Halodule uninervis.

In this way, the seeds may help re-establish the species halodule uninervis the parent plants are destroyed by some natural disturbance.

However, needle seagrass tends to spread more by vegetative growth than through its seeds.

Role in the habitat: Although tiny, needle seagrass grows rapidly and densely from its underground stems. Halodule uninervis hydrolytic enzyme production was determined for these antagonistic halodule uninervis. It has been observed on high-sediment, rapidly evolving substrates in Australia and Indonesia.

In general its populations are stable, though it may be decreasing in localized areas, such as the coast of Bangladeshand it fluctuates in some Australian waters. It is affected by some degradation of habitat by forces such as coastal development, siltationsedimentationweather events and tidal action, predation, parasites, disease, trawling and other fishing practices, dredgingpollutioneutrophicationand climate halodule uninervis.

Halodule uninervis (Species code: Hu)

Populations are halodule uninervis in the United Arab Emirates. This allows other seagrasses to establish themselves and provides a more stable environment for burrowing creatures. Needle seagrass is also one of the seagrasses preferred by dugongs.

Halodule pinifolia halodule uninervis listed as 'Critically Endangered' while Halodule uninervis is listed as 'Vulnerable' on the Red List of threatened plants of Singapore.


Large stretches of Halodule. Halodule with very broad blades.