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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (December 2017)
The “New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records” series includes new records of marine species found in the Mediterranean basin and/or information on the spatial distribution of already establishedExpand
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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (July 2018)
In the present article, new records are given for 15 species (4 native and 9 alien and 2 cryptogenic), belonging to 6 Phyla (i.e. Chlorophyta, Ctenophora, Cnidaria, Mollusca, Arthropoda, andExpand
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Biochemical components of three marine macroalgae (Padina pavonica, Ulva lactuca and Taonia atomaria) from the levantine sea coast of antalya, Turkey
Green macroalgae Ulva lactuca, brown macroalgae Taonia atomaria and Padina pavonica are spread in the Turkish Levantine Sea. There is limited information about antioxidant activities and fatty acidExpand
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New Mediterranean Marine biodiversity records (December, 2013)
Based on recent biodiversity studies carried out in different parts of the Mediterranean, the following 19 species are included as new records on the floral or faunal lists of the relevantExpand
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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (April, 2014)
According to reports, the following 16 species have extended their distribution to other Mediterranean areas or have made a new appearance in other regions. The first category includes the followingExpand
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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (December 2012)
This paper presents records extending or confirming the distribution of Mediterranean species. Three alien algae are included, namely Codium taylorii reported for the first time from the Aegean andExpand
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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (November, 2016)
In the present Collective Article information on 26 taxa belonging to 8 Phyla and extended from the western Mediterranean to the Levantine Sea are presented. The new records were found in 9 countriesExpand
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Inventory of alien and cryptogenic species of the Dodecanese (Aegean Sea, Greece) : collaboration through COST action training school
The Dodecanese region has a high prevalence of marine alien species due to its close proximity to the Suez Canal and associated Suez shipping lanes, as well as its location at biogeographical borderExpand
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New Mediterranean Marine biodiversity records ( April , 2014 )
According to reports, the following 16 species have extended their distribution to other Mediterranean areas or have made a new appearance in other regions. The first category includes the followingExpand
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Two new species of the marine water mite family Pontarachnidae (Acari: Hydrachnidia) from the Gulf of Antalya, Turkey.
Two new species of the marine water mite family Pontarachnidae, i.e., Litarachna enigmatica and L. antalyaensis are described from the Gulf of Antalya, Turkey. Litarachna enigmatica is unique in theExpand
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