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  1. Specimens of the pycnogonid genus Ammothea collected during the Polarstern cruise XXIII/8 (23 November 2006–30 January 2007) were studied. Nine species were recognized in this collection: Ammothea ...

    Authors: E. Cano-Sánchez and P. J. López-González

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2014 68:376

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  2. This study provides the first description of the larval development of the commercially exploited barnacle Megabalanus azoricus. It describes the changes in larval size and shape as well as the general morpholog...

    Authors: Maria Dionísio, Armindo Rodrigues and Ana Costa

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:370

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  3. The shallow-water nematodes of the White Sea are relatively well studied; however, information on the nematode fauna inhabiting the deepest part of this sea is very scarce. The composition of the nematode ass...

    Authors: Dmitry M. Miljutin, Maria A. Miljutina, Alexei V. Tchesunov and Vadim O. Mokievsky

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:371

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  4. Available type material of Prionospio heterobranchia Moore, 1907, P. (Prionospio) texana Hartman, 1951, P. spongicola Wesenberg-Lund, 1958 and P. (P.) newportensis Reish, 1959, as well as newly collected material...

    Authors: V. H. Delgado-Blas

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:372

    Content type: Original Article

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  5. Four new species of Kinorhynchs are described from the West Atlantic coast off Fort Pierce, Florida, USA. They are the following: Antygomonas gwenae n. sp., Echinoderes riceae n. sp., Echinoderes adrianovi n. sp...

    Authors: María Herranz, Nuria Sánchez, Fernando Pardos and Robert P. Higgins

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:369

    Content type: Original Article

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  6. In the Helsinki Commission Red List project 2009–2012, taxonomic and distributional data of benthic (macro) invertebrates were compiled by the present authors in a comprehensive checklist of the Baltic Sea fa...

    Authors: Michael L. Zettler, Anna Karlsson, Tytti Kontula, Piotr Gruszka, Ari O. Laine, Kristjan Herkül, Kerstin S. Schiele, Alexey Maximov and Jannica Haldin

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:368

    Content type: Original Article

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  7. Limenandra Haefelfinger and Stamm 1958 is a small genus within the Aeolidiidae with, until this paper, only two species: Limenandra nodosa Haefelfinger and Stamm 1958 and Limenandra fusiformis Ba...

    Authors: Leila Carmona, Marta Pola, Terrence M. Gosliner and Juan Lucas Cervera

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:367

    Content type: Original Article

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  8. Isolated oceanic islands constitute interesting model systems for the study of colonization processes, as several climatic and oceanographic phenomena have played an important role in the history of the marine...

    Authors: Uedson Pereira Jacobina, Pablo Ariel Martinez, Marcelo de Bello Cioffi, José Garcia Jr., Luiz Antonio Carlos Bertollo and Wagner Franco Molina

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:365

    Content type: Original Article

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  9. Exposed sandy coasts are predominantly physically controlled environments where benthic communities are structured by the independent response of species to the physical environment, with minimal biological in...

    Authors: Werner Armonies, Christian Buschbaum and Monika Hellwig-Armonies

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 68:364

    Content type: Original Article

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  10. The diversity, distribution and ecology of the family Syllidae along the Western Iberian coast was studied, based on 145 sediment samples covering the whole Portuguese coastal shelf and 30 Saccorhiza polyschides

    Authors: R. Martins, L. Magalhães, A. Peter, G. San Martín, A. M. Rodrigues and V. Quintino

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:362

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  11. We provide an example of extensive facilitation of a sessile community throughout an invaded estuary by the invasive snail Batillaria australis. We show that B. australis greatly increases a limiting resource (at...

    Authors: Jakob Thyrring, Mads Solgaard Thomsen and Thomas Wernberg

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:363

    Content type: Short Communication

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  12. Copepods can be associated with different kinds and different numbers of bacteria. This was already shown in the past with culture-dependent microbial methods or microscopy and more recently by using molecular...

    Authors: G. Gerdts, P. Brandt, K. Kreisel, M. Boersma, K. L. Schoo and A. Wichels

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:361

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  13. Protodrilus corderoi, Protodrilus ovarium n. sp. and Protodrilus pythonius n. sp. are reported from beaches in southern and southeastern Brazil and described combining live observations with ligh...

    Authors: Maikon Di Domenico, Alejandro Martínez, Paulo da Cunha Lana and Katrine Worsaae

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:358

    Content type: Original Article

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  14. The magnitude of variations in reproductive traits of Palaemon macrodactylus females throughout a breeding season was studied in a non-native population at Mar del Plata harbor, Argentina. Fecundity, egg size, re...

    Authors: M. Guadalupe Vázquez, Claudia C. Bas and Eduardo D. Spivak

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:360

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  15. This paper addresses the phenology of a Dictyota dichotoma population from the North Patagonian coasts of Argentina. The morphology of the individuals was characterized, and analyses of the temporal variations of...

    Authors: M. Cecilia Gauna, Eduardo J. Cáceres and Elisa R. Parodi

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:357

    Content type: Original Article

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  16. Biological and physical disturbances create the conditions for species succession in any biological ecosystem. In particular, coral reefs are susceptible to this process because of the complexity of their ecol...

    Authors: Rodrigo Mariath, Rafael Riosmena Rodriguez and Marcia A. O. Figueiredo

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:354

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  17. The French monitoring network, REseau BENThique (REBENT), was launched by the Ministry of the Environment in 2003 following the 1999 Erika oil spill. REBENT aimed to acquire baseline knowledge of coastal benth...

    Authors: Sandrine Derrien-Courtel, Aodren Le Gal and Jacques Grall

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:355

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:359

  18. Environmental stress is a major factor structuring communities. An environmental stress model (ESM) predicts that overall species richness and diversity should follow a unimodal trend along the full stress gra...

    Authors: Nadescha Zwerschke, Merle Bollen, Markus Molis and Ricardo A. Scrosati

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:352

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  19. Paracaprella pusilla Mayer (Fauna und Flora des Golfes von Neapel 17:1–55, 1890), originally described from Brazil, is one of the most abundant caprellid amphipod species in tropical and subtropi...

    Authors: Macarena Ros, Maite Vázquez-Luis and José Manuel Guerra-García

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:353

    Content type: Original Article

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  20. The present study aimed at estimating the age and growth in three populations of Dosinia exoleta from the Portuguese coast (Aveiro in the north, Setúbal in the southwest and Faro in the south). Two techniques wer...

    Authors: Paula Moura, Paulo Vasconcelos and Miguel B. Gaspar

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:350

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  21. We analyzed absorption efficiency (AE) and digestive enzyme activity (amylase, cellulase complex, and laminarinase) of the infaunal bivalve Tagelus dombeii originating from two geographic sites, Corral-Valdivia a...

    Authors: M. J. Fernández-Reiriz, J. M. Navarro, B. A. Cisternas, J. M. F. Babarro and U. Labarta

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:351

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  22. Sediment samples were taken along the Cantabric platform (Northern Spain) from 200 to 600 meters depth in October 1990. Forty specimens of loriciferans were sorted out of the samples, of which 38 specimens bel...

    Authors: Fernando Pardos and Reinhardt Møbjerg Kristensen

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:349

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  23. Marine yeasts play an important role in biodegradation and nutrient cycling and are often associated with marine flora and fauna. They show maximum growth at pH levels lower than present-day seawater pH. Thus,...

    Authors: Evamaria Krause, Antje Wichels, René Erler and Gunnar Gerdts

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:348

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  24. The effect of salinity on the filtration rate of blue mussels, Mytilus edulis, from the brackish Great Belt (Denmark) and the low-saline Central Baltic Sea, respectively, was studied. First, we measured the effec...

    Authors: H. U. Riisgård, F. Lüskow, D. Pleissner, K. Lundgreen and M. Á. P. López

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:347

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  25. For several groups, like nemerteans, morphology-based identification is a hard discipline, but DNA barcoding may help non-experts in the identification process. In this study, DNA barcoding is used to reveal t...

    Authors: Fernando Ángel Fernández-Álvarez and Annie Machordom

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:346

    Content type: Short Communication

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  26. Morphological variation among natural populations is a phenomenon commonly observed in marine invertebrates and well studied, particularly, in shelled gastropods. The nassariid Buccinanops globulosus is interesti...

    Authors: María Soledad Avaca, Maite Narvarte, Pablo Martín and Silvina van der Molen

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:344

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  27. The present study is the first attempt to describe meso-scale patterns in the species richness of polychaetes along the Gulf of California, which stretches from about 23°N to 31°N. We examine herein the spatia...

    Authors: Pablo Hernández-Alcántara, David Alberto Salas-de León, Vivianne Solís-Weiss and María Adela Monreal-Gómez

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2013 67:345

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  28. The crab Halicarcinus planatus is the only hymenosomatid crab that inhabits the southern tip of South America and is the only decapod species that reproduces twice a year in the Beagle Channel. In this article, w...

    Authors: Mariano J. Diez and Gustavo A. Lovrich

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:343

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  29. The ecological role of gorgonians for marine rocky bottoms is worldwide recognized, but the information on the distribution patterns of NE Atlantic temperate species is insufficient, considering current global...

    Authors: João Cúrdia, Pedro Monteiro, Carlos M. L. Afonso, Miguel N. Santos, Marina R. Cunha and Jorge M. S. Gonçalves

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:340

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  30. The new information reported in this paper is based on five maturing and mature females of the large-tuberculate octopus Graneledone macrotyla. These specimens were caught in bottom trawl surveys ATLANTIS 2009 (F...

    Authors: Ángel Guerra, María Pilar Sieiro, Álvaro Roura, Julio M. Portela and José Luís del Río

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:342

    Content type: Original Article

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  31. The volcanic origin of the Azores archipelago (Portugal) gives rise to active deep sea and shallow water hydrothermal activity that affects benthic communities. Intertidal seaweed surveys were conducted at two...

    Authors: Francisco M. Wallenstein, Ruben P. Couto, Daniel F. Torrão, Ana I. Neto, Armindo S. Rodrigues and Martin Wilkinson

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:341

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  32. Fish of the genus Selene, known as lookdowns or moonfish, are one of the most morphologically derived groups of the family Carangidae, whose phylogenetic relationships are still largely unknown. In this study, we...

    Authors: Uedson Pereira Jacobina, Marcelo Ricardo Vicari, Pablo Ariel Martinez, Marcelo de Bello Cioffi, Luiz Antonio Carlos Bertollo and Wagner Franco Molina

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:338

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  33. This study investigated copepod assemblages in the regime around Turtle Island off northern Taiwan to trace South China Sea water (SCSW) flowing northward with the Kuroshio Current. Seasonal variations of cope...

    Authors: Li-Chun Tseng, Jia-Jang Hung, Qing-Chao Chen and Jiang-Shiou Hwang

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:339

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  34. This paper addresses the dynamics of the prokaryotic picoplankton community in the coastal and open sea areas of the central Adriatic and in the coastal area of the southern Adriatic. This involved the study, ...

    Authors: Danijela Šantić, Nada Krstulović, Mladen Šolić, Marin Ordulj and Grozdan Kušpilić

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:336

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  35. The amphipod Caprella andreae Mayer, 1890 was recorded for the first time in Southern Iberian Peninsula (36°44′15″N, 3°59′38″W). This species is the only obligate rafter of the suborder Caprellidea and has been r...

    Authors: M. Pilar Cabezas, Carlos Navarro-Barranco, Macarena Ros and José Manuel Guerra-García

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:337

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  36. We compiled data from different monitoring surveys to analyse and compare community and diversity patterns of fish, epi- and infauna in the German Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the North Sea in order to ide...

    Authors: Hermann Neumann, Henning Reiss, Siegfried Ehrich, Anne Sell, Kay Panten, Matthias Kloppmann, Ingo Wilhelms and Ingrid Kröncke

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:334

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  37. Captive Octopus vulgaris adults were fed three mono-diets based on pilchard, crab and squid and allowed to grow until reproduction under controlled temperature. Spawns from each dietary treatment were isolated, a...

    Authors: Lorenzo Márquez, Daniel Quintana, Antonio Lorenzo and Eduardo Almansa

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:335

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  38. The family Pruvotinidae (Solenogastres, Cavibelonia) includes thirty species of fifteen genera grouped in five subfamilies. These subfamilies are defined by the combination of the presence or absence of hollow...

    Authors: Maria Zamarro, Oscar García-Álvarez and Victoriano Urgorri

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:333

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  39. Caprella californica Stimpson, 1857 [sensu lato] is one of the dominant species of Caprella spp. (Crustacea: Amphipoda) along the Pacific coast of Mexico to Canada and Japan to Hong Kong, China, ...

    Authors: Ichiro Takeuchi and Aki Oyamada

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:329

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  40. The soft-bottom caprellids of the Iberian Peninsula are revised. Nineteen species have been reported so far, 42 % being endemic to the Mediterranean Sea. The lateral view of all of them is provided, together w...

    Authors: José M. Guerra-García, Carlos Navarro-Barranco, Juan Corzo, Vanessa Cobos-Muñoz, Emilio M. García-Adiego, Francisco Sempere Giménez and J. Carlos García-Gómez

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:324

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  41. The interactions between sponges and red macroalgae have been widely documented in tropical and subtropical environments worldwide, and many of them have been documented as mutualistic associations. Sponges, h...

    Authors: Enrique Ávila, Rafael Riosmena-Rodríguez and Gustavo Hinojosa-Arango

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:327

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  42. Malacobdella arrokeana is an entocommensal nemertean exclusively found in the bivalve geoduck Panopea abbreviata, and it is the only representative of the genus in the southern hemisphere. To cha...

    Authors: José E. F. Alfaya, Gregorio Bigatti and Annie Machordom

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:326

    Content type: Short Communication

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Helgoland Marine Research 2014 68:378

  43. In the present study, the genus Mirostenella Bayer (Proc Biol Soc Wash 101:251–256, 1988) is revised. We add to knowledge of the type species of the genus M. articulata Bayer (Proc Biol Soc Wash 101:251–256, 1988

    Authors: Rebeca Zapata-Guardiola, Pablo J. López-González and Josep-Maria Gili

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:318

    Content type: Original Article

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