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Seasonal prevalence of white plague like disease on the endemic Brazilian reef coral Mussismilia braziliensis
The reef coral Mussismilia braziliensis Verril, 1968 is endemic to the eastern Brazilian coast, representing a major reef-building species in the region. This coral is threatened by extinction due to… Expand
Prevalencia estacional de la enfermedad de la plaga blanca en el coral endémico de Brasil Mussismilia braziliensis
New record of a corallivorous gastropod in South Atlantic coral reefs
Corallivory can play a signiﬁcant controlling role on coralpopulation dynamics. Over 160 species have been reportedto consume scleractinian corals, including 51 species ofinvertebrate corallivores… Expand
The gill-associated symbiont microbiome is a main source of woody-plant polysaccharide hydrolase genes and secondary metabolite gene clusters in Neoteredo reynei, a unique shipworm from south…
Teredinidae is a family of highly adapted wood-feeding and wood-boring bivalves, commonly known as shipworms, whose evolution is linked to the acquisition of cellulolytic gammaproteobacterial… Expand