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New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (July 2016)
This contribution forms part of a series of collective articles published regularly in Mediterranean Marine Science that report on new biodiversity records from the Mediterranean basin. The current
Spread of the arrow bulleye Priacanthus sagittarius Starnes, 1988 in the Mediterranean Sea
Habitat of the family Priacanthidae is tropical and subtropical Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans. The features of the  family members are generally very big eyes, deep bodies, upturned mouth, 
Westward Extension of the Lionfish Pterois volitans Linnaeus, 1758 along the Mediterranean Coast of Turkey
One red lionfish (Pterois volitans) was caught in the Gulf of Antalya on October 15th 2016. The present study, seconf record of P. volitans was reported in the coast of the Antalya Bay, Turkey. Our
Short communication:First report of thresher sharks (Alopiidae) in the Gulf of Antalya
This paper describes three species of Alopiidae, which are active, strong-swimming, pelagic, coastal and deep-water sharks found in all warm oceans and mainly feed on small to moderately large schooling fishes and squids.
Infestation rate and impacts of Epipenaeon ingens on growth and reproduction of brown shrimp (Penaeus aztecus)
Relationship of length- weight and condition factor values were lower in infested specimens compared to non-infested ones, and darker color and harder shell structure were observed in parasitized shrimps.
The occurrence of the Atlantic species Pisodonophis semicinctus (Osteichthyes: Ophichthidae) in the Gulf of Antalya, Turkey
P. semicinctus is reported for the first time from the Gulf of Antalya, Turkey (North-Eastern Mediterranean), for the third time from marine waters of Turkey.
A study on the antimicrobial resistance of Lactococcus garvieae
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat resistensi Lactococcus garvieae hasil isolasi dari ikan rainbow trout sakit di peternakan di Antalya, Wilayah Mediterania Turki untuk berbagai antibiotik, yang hampir mati dan diinokulasi ke BHIA.
The first record of the mole crab (Albunea carabus L. 1758, Decapoda, Anomura, Hippidea) in the Gulf of Antalya
It has been determined that this elongated mole, caught in the identification of the species, is Albunea carabus L. 1758, known as the dengue.
Occurrence of the Histioteuthis reversa (Verrill 1880), (Cephalopoda/Histioteuthidae) in the Gulf of Mersin/ Turkey
A different species of squid was caught during trawling (36°01’390’’N; 033°44’220’’E and 36°07’080’’N; 034°00’920’’E) in the Gulf of Mersin at average depth of 300-400 m. It was determined that this
Occurrence of the exotic shell-bearing Bulla ampulla, Linnaeus, 1758 (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in the Gulf of Antalya
Bulla ampulla, belonging to Bullidae family, is a marine gastropod species with bulb. Members of Bullidae family are distributed in tropical and temperate waters. It is usually found in habitats of