South‐western Atlantic reef fishes: Zoogeographical patterns and ecological drivers reveal a secondary biodiversity centre in the Atlantic Ocean

@article{Pinheiro2018SouthwesternAR,
  title={South‐western Atlantic reef fishes: Zoogeographical patterns and ecological drivers reveal a secondary biodiversity centre in the Atlantic Ocean},
  author={Hudson T. Pinheiro and Luiz A. Rocha and Raphael M Macieira and Alfredo Carvalho-Filho and Anthony B. Anderson and Mariana G. Bender and Fabio Di Dario and Carlos E. L. Ferreira and Jess{\'e} Figueiredo-Filho and Ronaldo Bastos Francini-Filho and Jo{\~a}o Luiz Gasparini and Jean-Christophe Joyeux and Osmar J. Luiz and Michael M Mincarone and Rodrigo L. Moura and Jos{\'e} Anchieta C.C. Nunes and Juan Pablo Quimbayo and Ricardo de Souza Rosa and Cl{\'a}udio Luis Santos Sampaio and Ivan Sazima and Thiony Simon and Daniele A. Vila-Nova and Sergio Ricardo Floeter},
  journal={Diversity and Distributions},
  year={2018},
  volume={24},
  pages={951-965}
}
Hudson T. Pinheiro1,2,3 | Luiz A. Rocha1,2 | Raphael M. Macieira4 | Alfredo Carvalho-Filho5 | Antônio B. Anderson6 | Mariana G. Bender6 | Fabio Di Dario7 | Carlos Eduardo L. Ferreira8 | Jessé Figueiredo-Filho9 | Ronaldo Francini-Filho10 | João L. Gasparini11 | Jean-Christophe Joyeux11 | Osmar J. Luiz12,13 | Michael M. Mincarone7 | Rodrigo L. Moura14 | José de Anchieta C. C. Nunes15 | Juan P. Quimbayo6 | Ricardo S. Rosa9 | Cláudio L. S. Sampaio16 | Ivan Sazima17 | Thiony Simon3,11† | Daniele A… Expand

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