New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (December 2012)

@article{ThessalouLegaki2012NewMB,
  title={New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (December 2012)},
  author={Maria Thessalou-Legaki and {\"O}. Aydogan and P. Bekas and G. Bİlge and Yunus {\"O}mer Boyacı and Elvira Brunelli and V. Circosta and Fabio Crocetta and Furkan Durucan and Mustafa Erdem and Anna Ergolavou and Halit Filiz and Federica Fois and Evangelia Gouva and Kostas Kapiris and Stelios Katsanevakis and Zoran Kljaji{\'c} and Evangelos Konstantinidis and George Konstantinou and D. Koutsogiannopoulos and Sonia Lamon and Vesna Ma{\vc}i{\'c} and Rina Mazzette and Domenico Meloni and Anna Mureddu and Ioannis Paschos and Costas Perdikaris and Francesca M. Piras and Dimitris Poursanidis and Alfonso A. Ramos-Espl{\'a} and Antonietta Rosso and Paolo Sordino and Emilio Sperone and Aspasia Sterioti and Erg{\"u}n Taşkın and Francesco Toscano and Sandro Tripepi and Louis Tsiakkiros and Argyro Zenetos},
  journal={Mediterranean Marine Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={312-327}
}
This paper presents records extending or confirming the distribution of Mediterranean species. Three alien algae are included, namely Codium taylorii reported for the first time from the Aegean and Turkey (Izmir Gulf), Caulerpa racemosa var. cylindracea (Karpathos and Chalki Isl., Aegean Sea) and Ganonema farinosum (Karpathos Isl., Aegean Sea). As far as animals are concerned, Litarachna divergens (Acari: Hydrachnidia) was recorded (Side, Eastern Mediterranean) and represents a new amendment at… 
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