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A new species of Porifera collected at the Ría de Ferrol (NW Iberian Peninsula), Mycale (Aegogropila) antiae sp. nov., is… Expand Sponges (Porifera) are recognized as aquatic multicellular organisms which developed an effective biochemical pathway over… Expand Sponges are a useful source of bioactive natural products. Members of the family Mycalidae, in particular, have provided a… Expand Carnivorous sponges are characterized by their unique method of capturing mesoplanktonic prey coupled with the complete or… Expand This is the first phylogenetic analysis integrating both morphological and molecular data of the sponge suborder Mycalina… Expand Knowledge about the sponge fauna from the Mexican Pacific Ocean has increased substantially in recent years, but most of these… Expand A taxonomic study on the marine sponges was conducted with materials which were collected from Ulleung Island and Chuja Island… Expand Two new species of Mycale with micracanthoxeas are described: Mycale (Aegogropila) lilianae n. sp., mainly characterized by the… Expand Five types of associations between sponges and endobiotic autotrophs were discovered in Belize and Bermuda and are currently… Expand