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Xestospongia muta is among the most emblematic sponge species inhabiting coral reefs of the Caribbean Sea. Besides being the… Expand Numerous species interactions abound within coral reefs, resulting in either positive, negative, or neutral outcomes. During an… Expand The giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta is now the dominant habitat-forming organism on many Caribbean coral reefs and has been… Expand The structure of Caribbean coral reef communities has been altered by numerous anthropogenic and natural stressors. Demographic… Expand Giant barrel sponges, Xestospongia muta, are abundant and important components of the southeast Florida reef system, and are… Expand In 1994, the Florida Keys Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (CREMP) was initiated to provide status and trends data… Expand Seven new brominated ene-yne tetrahydrofurans (THFs), mutafurans A-G, were isolated from the Bahamian sponge Xestospongia muta… Expand Coral Reefs (2005) 24: 160 DOI 10.1007/s00338-004-0460-4 Reef sites OnMarch 30, 2004 we observed the giant barrel sponge… Expand In the context of the investigations on the origin and in vitro production of bioactive compounds, primary cultures were… Expand The EtOAc extract of the sponge Xestospongia muta collected in Colombus Island, Bahamas, yielded eleven straight-chain… Expand