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polyhaline

polyhaline
1. Applied to a highly salt-tolerant species that is not usually found outside very saline environments (e.g. Limonium vulgare, common sea lavender).

2. The second most saline zone of a salt-marsh, according to the Venice system for the classification of brackish waters. See also halinity.

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polyhaline

polyhaline
1.. Applied to a highly salt-tolerant species that is not usually found outside very saline environments, e.g. Limonium vulgare (common sea lavender).

2.. The second most saline zone of a salt-marsh, according to the Venice system for the classification of brackish waters.

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