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Southern Caribbean azooxanthellate coral communities off Colombia
As a result of the explorations carried out by the Colombian Marine and Coastal Research Institute (INVEMAR) between 1998–2002 along the Colombian Caribbean continental shelf and upper slope, theExpand
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Methane seep molluscs from the Sinú–San Jacinto fold belt in the Caribbean Sea of Colombia
Several species of bivalves belonging to families which are typically associated with reducing conditions, like those observed at methane seep sites, have been obtained in recent explorations of theExpand
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Preliminary report of recent brachiopods from the Colombian Caribbean Sea
Several specimens collected during the INVEMAR-MARCORAL cruise in San Bernardo, Caribbean coast from Colombia, were examined. The brachipods are associated to deep reeef community with marine algae,Expand
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Brachiopods from off the San Bernardo Archipelago (Colombian Caribbean), with comments on specific synonymies in Tichosina Cooper, 1977.
Colombian brachiopod faunas have not been studied extensively. Only three brachiopod species have been reported from the Colombian Caribbean Sea so far, namely Argyrotheca barrettiana (Davidson,Expand
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Evidences of the Presence of Methane Seeps in the Colombian Caribbean Sea
(1) Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras –INVEMAR. Cerro de Punta Betin, Sociedad Portuaria. Programa de Biodiversidad y Ecosistemas Marinos. Colombia. Email: agracia@invemar.org.co, (2)Expand
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A new species of Malletia (Bivalvia, Malletiidae) and new records of deep-water bivalves from Pacific Southern Colombia
Abstract In order to enhance the understanding of Pacific Colombia’s deep-water marine fauna, a benthic research cruise (2012 TUM Offshore 6 and 7) was conducted off the coast of the Department ofExpand