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Lionfish (Pterois spp.) invade the upper-bathyal zone in the western Atlantic
The first lionfish observations from the deep sea (>200 m) in Bermuda and Roatan, Honduras are reported, implying that lionfish may be present in the 200–300 m depth range of the upper-bathyal zone across many locations in the western Atlantic, but currently are under-sampled compared to shallow habitats.
Growth, Injury, and Population Dynamics in the Extant Cyrtocrinid Holopus mikihe (Crinoidea, Echinodermata) near Roatan, Honduras
Cyrtocrinids attributed to Holopus mikihe Donovan and Pawson, 2008, have been observed in large numbers via submersible off the western coast of Roatan, Honduras, on vertical and overhanging walls at depths between 430 and 640 m.
The first in situ habitat observations and images of the Caribbean roughshark, Oxynotus caribbaeus Cervigón, 1961 (Squaliformes: Oxynotidae)
Abstract In situ observations and photographs of the Caribbean roughshark, Oxynotus caribbaeus Cervigón, 1961, are reported for the first time from four widely separated localities around the
Diversity and time-series analyses of Caribbean deep-sea coral and sponge assemblages on the tropical island slope of Isla de Roatán, Honduras
Shore-based submersible operations, from 2006 to 2020, have allowed us to examine megabenthic assemblages along the island margin of Isla de Roatán from depths of about 150 to 750 m, including
Window Seat Weight Reduction Exploration With Nontraditional Seat Geometry
AbstractThis article provides an overview of the design and exploratory testing of a nontraditional submersible window seat design. Typically, window seat geometry is guided by the American Society