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Iron Bacterial and fungal mats, Bajocian stratotype (Mid-Jurassic, northern Normandy, France)
Abstract The Oolithe ferrugineuse de Bayeux Formation is located at the historical Bajocian stratotype of Sainte-Honorine-des-Pertes, north of Bayeux, Normandy. The condensed formation ranges fromExpand
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Sea urchin Arbacia dufresnei (Blainville 1825) larvae response to ocean acidification
Increased atmospheric CO2 emissions are inducing changes in seawater carbon chemistry, lowering its pH, decreasing carbonate ion availability and reducing calcium carbonate saturation state. ThisExpand
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Iron microbial communities in Belgian Frasnians carbonate mounds
SummaryThe Belgian Frasnian carbonate mounds occur in three stratigraphic levels in an overall backstepping succession. Petit-Mont and Arche Members form the famous red and grey “marble” exploitedExpand
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Large-scale distribution analysis of Antarctic echinoids using ecological niche modelling
Understanding the factors that determine the distribution of taxa at various spatial scales is a crucial challenge in the context of global climate change. This holds particularly true for polarExpand
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Description and significance of a peculiar intradigestive symbiosis between bacteria and a deposit-feeding echinoid
Abstract Individuals of the deposit-feeding echinoid Echinocardium cordatum (Pennant) harbour peculiar irregular to round-shaped nodules in their intestinal caecum. The nodules have a well-definedExpand
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Biodiversity of Antarctic echinoids: a comprehensive and interactive database*
Eighty-one echinoid species are present south of the Antarctic Convergence, and they represent an important component of the benthic fauna. “Antarctic echinoids” is an interactive databaseExpand
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Ectosymbiosis is a critical factor in the local benthic biodiversity of the Antarctic deep sea
In deep-sea benthic environments, competition for hard substrates is a critical factor in the distribution and diversity of organisms. In this context, the occurrence of biotic substrates in addi-Expand
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