No Longer The Pristine Confines of the World Ocean: A Survey of Exotic Marine Species in the Southwestern Atlantic
A comprehensive survey of existing knowledge about exotic marine organisms introduced to the southwestern Atlantic Ocean, including coastal and shelf areas of Uruguay and Argentina, presents a comprehensive picture of recorded introductions and some prominent ecological consequences.
Marine Biodiversity in the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of South America: Knowledge and Gaps
This paper analyzes the status of knowledge of marine biodiversity in five subregions along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America: the Tropical East Pacific, the Humboldt Current, the Patagonian Shelf, the Brazilian Shelves, and the Tropical West Atlantic, and it provides a review of ecosystem threats and regional marine conservation strategies.
Biomonitoring of TBT contamination and imposex incidence along 4700 km of Argentinean shoreline (SW Atlantic: from 38S to 54S).
Reproductive Biology of the Gregarious Mediterranean Vermetid Gastropod Dendropoma Petraeum
- M. Calvo, J. Templado, P. Penchaszadeh
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of the Marine Biological Association of…
- 1 May 1998
The reproductive biology of the gregarious Mediterranean vermetid gastropod Dendropoma petraeum (Mollusca: Gastropoda) has been studied in the south-eastern coast of Spain. It apparently is a…
Population Structure, Growth, and Production of the Wedge Clam Donax hanleyanus (Bivalvia: Donacidae) from Northern Argentinean Beaches
- M. Herrmann, D. Carstensen, S. Fischer, J. Laudien, P. Penchaszadeh, W. Arntz
- Environmental Science
- 6 August 2009
A significant negative correlation between abundances of both surf clams suggests that abundance peaks of D. hanleyanus are related with population crashes of M. mactroides, and the overall growth performance index is habitat-specific, grouping Donacidae into tropical/subtropical, temperate and upwelling species.
Limnoperna Fortunei : The Ecology, Distribution and Control of a Swiftly Spreading Invasive Fouling Mussel
Reproduction of the sea urchin Arbacia dufresnii (Echinoidea: Arbaciidae) from Golfo Nuevo, Argentina
- M. Brogger, M. Martinez, P. Penchaszadeh
- Environmental Science, BiologyJournal of the Marine Biological Association of…
- 2 June 2010
Histological examination data reflected gonad index analysis, providing together a good estimation of the reproductive cycle of A. dufresnii.
The reproductive cycle of Limnoperna fortunei (Dunker, 1857) (Mytilidae) from a neotropical temperate locality