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Recent invasion of the tropical Atlantic by an Indo‐Pacific coral reef fish
The last tropical connection between Atlantic and Indian–Pacific habitats closed c. 2 million years ago (Ma), with the onset of cold‐water upwelling off southwestern Africa. Yet comparativeExpand
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Historical biogeography and speciation in the reef fish genus Haemulon (Teleostei: Haemulidae).
The high biodiversity of tropical marine hotspots has long intrigued evolutionary biologists and biogeographers. The genus Haemulon (grunts) is one of the most important (numerically, ecologically,Expand
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Comparative phylogeography of Atlantic reef fishes indicates both origin and accumulation of diversity in the Caribbean
BackgroundTwo processes may contribute to the formation of global centers of biodiversity: elevated local speciation rates (the center of origin hypothesis), and greater accumulation of speciesExpand
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First Record of Invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans) for the Brazilian Coast
The invasion of the northwestern Atlantic by the Indo-Pacific lionfish has developed extraordinarily fast, and is expected to cause one of the most negative ecological impacts among all marineExpand
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A new species of ladyfish, of the genus Elops (Elopiformes: Elopidae), from the western Atlantic Ocean
This paper describes Elops smithi, n. sp., and designates a lectotype for E. saurus. These two species can be separated from the five other species of Elops by a combination of vertebrae andExpand
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Island biogeography of marine organisms
Studies on the distribution and evolution of organisms on oceanic islands have advanced towards a dynamic perspective, where terrestrial endemicity results from island geographical aspects andExpand
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Invasive lionfish preying on critically endangered reef fish
Caribbean coral reef ecosystems are at the forefront of a global decline and are now facing a new threat: elimination of vulnerable species by the invasive lionfish (Pterois spp.). In addition toExpand
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Roa rumsfeldi, a new butterflyfish (Teleostei, Chaetodontidae) from mesophotic coral ecosystems of the Philippines
Abstract A new species of the butterflyfish genus Roa is herein described from the Verde Island Passage in the Philippines, West Pacific Ocean. Roa rumsfeldi sp. n. was found on mesophotic coralExpand
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Three new species of Chromis (Teleostei, Pomacentridae) from mesophotic coral ecosystems of the Philippines
Abstract Three new species of Chromis (Perciformes, Pomacentridae) from the Philippines, collected between 75–150 m depth, are described by a combination of morphological features and theirExpand
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Tosanoidesaphrodite, a new species from mesophotic coral ecosystems of St. Paul’s Rocks, Mid Atlantic Ridge (Perciformes, Serranidae, Anthiadinae)
Abstract During a recent expedition to St. Paul’s Rocks, Atlantic Ocean, a distinctive and previously unknown species of Anthiadinae was collected at a depth of 120 m. A genetic analysis indicatedExpand
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