rec12036-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document271KFigure S1. Image of hessian bags supporting substantial densities of Amphibolis antarctica recruits after approximately 6 months in situ. Clearly defined patches of seagrass can be seen where bare hessian bags were originally placed. These patches have subsequently expanded beyond the original dimensions of the hessian bags (see Video S1).
rec12036-sup-0002-VideoS1.aviapplication/unknown14895KVideo S1. Video footage showing patches of rehabilitated seagrass that have expanded beyond the original dimensions of the hessian bags (compare with Fig. S1). The patches of Amphibolis antarctica in the video are approximately 2.5–3.5 years old, and interspersed among them are recruits of Heterozostera sp. seagrass, which have only colonized since rehabilitated A. antarctica has expanded.

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