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Rossi, F., Olabarria, O., Incera, M., & Garrido, J. (2010). The Trophic Significance of the Invasive Seaweed Sargassum muticum in Sandy Beaches. Journal of Sea Research, 63, 52-61.

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  • TITLE: Distribution and Nature of Sargassum Species in the Kuwait Waters

    AUTHORS: Aws Alghunaim, Ali Taqi, Mohammad Al-Kandari, Turki Al-Said

    KEYWORDS: Sargassum, Kuwait Waters, The Gulf

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.7 No.5, May 17, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Kuwait coast, which is known for its luxuriant growth of a diverse assemblage of seaweeds on the Arabian Gulf, is found to have abundant quantities of Sargassum species being drifted and washed ashore every year. The present study aimed to assess the quantitative survey, and temporal variations of Sargassum species in Kuwait waters between January to April 2015. Species composition of samples collected from different areas in Kuwait (North, Middle, South waters) reveal that Sargassum algae have localization nature. The most abundant species of Sargassum in Kuwait waters were identified as S. anguistifolium, whereas the least abundant species was identified as S. aquifolium. It has been noticed that there is obvious localization nature for some of these species.