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Annotated list of marine alien species in the Mediterranean with records of the worst invasive species
This collaborative effort by many specialists across the Mediterranean presents an updated annotated list of alien marine species in the Mediterranean Sea. Alien species have been grouped into sixExpand
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Oculina patagonica: a non-lessepsian scleractinian coral invading the Mediterranean Sea
Abstract. The scleractinian coral Oculina patagonica De Angelis is a new immigrant from the Southwest Atlantic to the Mediterranean Sea, having established itself only recently along the IsraeliExpand
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Deep coral growth in the Mediterranean Sea: an overview
The Mediterranean basin represents an excellent biological archive of past and modern deep coral growth whose study may help to understand taxonomic, biogeographic, ecological, and evolutionaryExpand
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Contribution à l'etude des Serpulidae (Polychaeta Sedentaria) du Brésil
Serpulids (Annelida Polychaeta) from Brazil (between Fernando de Noronha island, lat. about 4oS, and Santa Catarina, lat. about 28oS) are studied here. The resemblance between the serpulid fauna ofExpand
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Oculina patagonica, Scléractiniaire hermatypique introduit en Méditerranée
  • H. Zibrowius
  • Biology
  • Helgoländer wissenschaftliche…
  • 1 September 1974
A large colony ofOculina patagonica growing on a cliff (depth 0,5 to 2 m) about 1 km from Savona harbour (Gulf of Genoa, Italy) was discovered in 1966 and was found prosperous and spreading whenExpand
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The “Southern” Astroides calycularis in thePleistocene of the northern Mediterranean—An indicator of climatic changes (Cnidaria, scleractinia)
Abstract Although presently limited at 37°38′N on the coast of Spain and 40°48′N on the coast of Italy, Astroides calycularis lived on the continental coast of France at 43°42′–44′N and on the coastExpand
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Review of some little known genera of Serpulidae (Annelida: Polychaeta)
Zibrowius, Helmut W. Review of Some Little Known Genera of Serpulidae (Annelida: Polychaeta). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology 42:1-00. 197-. Serpulids which had been classified in the generaExpand
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