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  1. Content type: Correction

    In the original version of this article (Moreno & Gonzalez-Pestana, 2017), published on 9 November 2017, first sentence of the ‘Conclusions’ section contains an error: the species “M. alfredi” has been wrongfully...

    Authors: Bernabé Moreno and Adriana Gonzalez-Pestana

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:31

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    The original article was published in Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:27

  2. Content type: Research

    Late in the 1990s, the non-indigenous European green crab (Carcinus maenas) colonized the shorelines of eastern Prince Edward Island, in Atlantic Canada. Due to concerns of further spread into productive shellfis...

    Authors: Luke A. Poirier, Aaron P. Ramsay, Sophie St-Hilaire and Pedro A. Quijón

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:30

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  3. Content type: Marine Record

    Harmothoe aspera has been recorded in surveys off the Strait of Georgia, the Skagerrak, and the Barents, Mediterranean and Japanese sea. The recorded depth ranged from circa 48 m to circa...

    Authors: Martijn Spierings, Inês Maia Dias, Joop W. P. Coolen, Babeth van der Weide and Joël Cuperus

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:29

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  4. Content type: Marine Record

    Only a few records exist of the sponge crab Dromia personata in the North Sea. Most records are in local languages, and have limited availability. On 11 August 2016, D. personata was found by divers in the Easter...

    Authors: Godfried W. N. M. van Moorsel, Floris P. Bennema and Reindert Nijland

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:28

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  5. Content type: Marine Record

    Manta rays (Mobulidae), Mobula birostris and Mobula alfredi, are widely distributed in tropical and temperate waters. Still, little is known about their movements and their ecological interactions (e.g. behavior ...

    Authors: Bernabé Moreno and Adriana Gonzalez-Pestana

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:27

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  6. Content type: Marine Record

    Introduction of non-indigenous species into a well-established ecosystem can be detrimental, resulting in both ecological and economical damage. Two specimens of giant mud crab, Scylla serrata were found for the ...

    Authors: Hanafiah Fazhan, Khor Waiho and Mhd Ikhwanuddin

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:26

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  7. Content type: Marine Record

    Vestimentiferan tubeworms (Annelida: Siboglinidae) often play an important role as a foundation species in chemosynthetic ecosystems by providing microhabitats for other organisms. In the present study, we det...

    Authors: Genki Kobayashi and Shigeaki Kojima

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:25

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  8. Content type: Marine Record

    Galapagos fur seals, Arctocephalus galapagoensis, inhabit the Galapagos Archipelago. The species is considered to be non-migratory, remaining in the Galapagos year-round. On 9 June 2016, a live fur seal stranded ...

    Authors: Ester Quintana-Rizzo, Lucia Garcia, Rudy José López, Susana Tobar-Hurtado and Airam López-Roulet

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:24

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  9. Content type: Marine Record

    The Pacific coastline along the southern Izu Peninsula, Japan, is strongly influenced by warm tropical waters of the Kuroshio Current. A new easternmost record of the near-threatened sesarmid crab Clistocoeloma v...

    Authors: Takeshi Yuhara, Hiroyuki Yokooka and Masanori Taru

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:19

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  10. Content type: Marine Record

    The cetacean fauna of the poorly-studied waters off eastern Africa is still being described. Information on the cetacean species occurring in specific range states is important for understanding their geograph...

    Authors: Gary A. Allport, Christopher Curtis, Tiago Pampulim Simões and Maria J. Rodrigues

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:17

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  11. Content type: Research

    Marine turtles play an important role in the culture and economy of numerous coastal communities around the world. However, the legal framework that regulates the consumptive use of these reptiles varies among...

    Authors: H. Barrios-Garrido, N. Espinoza-Rodríguez, D. Rojas-Cañizales, J. Palmar, N. Wildermann, M. G. Montiel-Villalobos and M. Hamann

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:15

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  12. Content type: Marine Record

    An updated checklist of medusae and ctenophores is presented for the first time for the area comprised by the Bahía Blanca Estuary, the adjacent shelf El Rincón and Monte Hermoso beach, o...

    Authors: M. Sofía Dutto, Gabriel N. Genzano, Agustín Schiariti, Julieta Lecanda, Mónica S. Hoffmeyer and Paula D. Pratolongo

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:14

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  13. Content type: Marine Record

    The sub-Antarctic Prince Edward Archipelago (46°53’S, 37°52’E), consisting of Marion and Prince Edward islands, is situated in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean, approximately 2 600 km away from the clos...

    Authors: Tegan Carpenter-Kling, John Dickens and Pierre A. Pistorius

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:13

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  14. Content type: Marine Record

    The caprellid fauna from different localities along the Mexican Pacific coast: Sinaloa (3), Nayarit (15), Jalisco (9) and Colima (1) are presented herein.

    Authors: Lucy Coral Alarcón-Ortega, Amílcar Leví Cupul-Magaña, Alma Paola Rodríguez-Troncoso and Fabio Germán Cupul-Magaña

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:9

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  15. Content type: Marine Record

    The French angelfish Pomacanthus paru (Pomacanthidae) is recognised as an important cleaner in tropical reef environments, yet its clients remain relatively undescribed in the literature. Here, we report observat...

    Authors: Cláudio L. S. Sampaio, Miguel Loiola, Liliana P. Colman, Diego V. Medeiros, Juan Pablo Quimbayo, Ricardo J. Miranda, José Amorim Reis-Filho and José de Anchieta C. C. Nunes

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:8

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  16. Content type: Marine Record

    The study describes the range extension of the sea horse Hippocampus fuscus from the south to north east coastal waters of the India, Bay of Bengal. After 99 years since initial discovery, the Hippocampus fusc...

    Authors: Debasish Mahapatro, R. K. Mishra and S. Panda

    Citation: Marine Biodiversity Records 2017 10:6

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