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An annotated checklist of Brazilian sea spiders (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida).
The Brazilian coast is over 7000 km long. It is comprised of diverse environments such as reef, lagoons and mangroves. These diverse habitats support great biological diversity but, due to theExpand
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A new species of Anoplodactylus (Pycnogonida: Phoxichilidiidae) from Brazil, with a case of gynandromorphism in Anoplodactylus eroticus Stock, 1968.
A new species of Anoplodactylus was discovered in coral reefs from the State of Paraíba, northeastern Brazil. A. mirim sp. nov. is very small and is characterized for having 3 teeth on theExpand
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First record of Pallenopsis fluminensis (Krøyer, 1844) (Pycnogonida: Pallenopsidae) for the coast of the state of Paraíba (northeastern Brazil)
Uma especie de picnogonideo classificada na familia Pallenopsidae Fry, 1978 e no genero Pallenopsis Wilson, 1881 e registrada neste estudo para a costa do estado da Paraiba (nordeste do Brasil), comExpand
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The first finding of Ostrea cf. puelchana (Bivalvia) living as epibiont on Callinectes exasperates (Decapoda)
O presente estudo descreve a epibiose de Ostrea cf. puelchana sobre Callinectes exasperatus (Gerstaecker, 1856), ambos coletados no estuario do Rio Paraiba, no estado da Paraiba, nordeste do Brasil.Expand
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Host-use pattern of the shrimp Periclimenes paivai on the scyphozoan jellyfish Lychnorhiza lucerna: probing for territoriality and inferring its mating system
In symbiotic crustaceans, host-use patterns vary broadly. Some species inhabit host individuals solitarily, other species live in heterosexual pairs, and even other species live in aggregations. ThisExpand
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Anoplodactylus (Pycnogonida: Phoxichilidiidae)from Brazil, new records and two new species
Anoplodactylus is the largest and the most abundant genus of Phoxichilidiidae, with 134 described species, most from shallow waters. The genus is cosmopolitan and easily encountered in Brazil. TheExpand
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On the oviposition and egg masses of Conus regius (Neogastropoda: Conidae) from northeastern Brazil
Abstract: Characteristics of the egg masses of Conus regius Gmelin, 1791 are described and figured for the first time for the coast of Brazil based on a female specimen found in the process ofExpand
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Pycnogonida (Arthropoda) from the Abrolhos Archipelago, Brazil, including a new species of Callipallene Flynn, 1929
The Abrolhos Archipelago is the most complex and diversified reef complex of the Southern Atlantic, being characterized by high levels of endemism. It belongs to the least studied area of theExpand
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Pycnogonida (Arthropoda) from coral reef environments along the Southwest Atlantic: new records and new species
ABSTRACT Presently, 28 species of pycnogonids are known from the northeastern region of Brazil. This is the largest coastal section of Brazil, with an extent of 3400 km, but the least explored from aExpand
Inventory of mollusks from the estuary of the Paraíba River in northeastern Brazil
Coastal ecosystems of northeastern Brazil have important biodiversity with regard to marine mollusks, which are insufficiently studied. Here we provide an inventory of mollusks from two sites in theExpand
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