Euryhaline

Euryhaline organisms are able to adapt to a wide range of salinities. An example of a euryhaline fish is the molly (Poecilia sp.) which can live in fresh, brackish, or salt water. The European shore crab (Carcinus maenas) is an example of a euryhaline invertebrate that can live in salt and brackish water. Euryhaline organisms are commonly found in
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euryhaline

Able to tolerate waters over a wide range of salinity. (cf stenohaline; see also estuary)
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Euryhaline

pertaining to an aquatic organism that can withstand a broad salinity range.
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euryhaline

euryhaline Able to tolerate a wide range of salinity; said of organisms capable of withstanding widely varying concentrations of salt in the environment.
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Euryhaline

Having a wide tolerance to salinity.
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Euryhaline

fish that are tolerant to a wide-range of salinities.
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euryhaline

able to tolerate waters over a wide range of salinity
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Euryhaline

Having a wide tolerance to salinity.
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