Saenger, P 1974, 'Natural history of the Hogan Group: Some marine algae from Hogan Island, Bass Strait, with an account of the marine zonation', Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, vol. 107, pp. 73-81.
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The marine zonation of l'logan Island was studied as part of the McCoy Society expedition early in 1968. The composition of the supra-littoral zone is similar to that in Tasmania and Wilson's Promontory while the composition of the littoral zone and the sublittoral fringe has greater resemblance to South Australian coasts. A list of the algae collected is appended.