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Appendix A: Summary of nonlinear model comparisons in Experiment 1 relating the density of Arcuatula to the density and size of native bivalve recruits.
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Appendix B: Detailed description of artificial eelgrass plots.
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Appendix C: Bivalve recruit taxa found in Experiment 1.
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Appendix D: Relationship between Arcuatula senhousia density and the density and size of Saxidomus nuttalli, Chione spp., and Cooperella subdiaphana recruits (Experiment 1).
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Appendix E: Parameter estimates from binomial logistic regression analysis testing the effects of Arcuatula density on the survival of native clams (Experiment 2).
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