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  1. Content type: Original Article

    Natural assemblages are variable in space and time; therefore, quantification of their variability is imperative to identify relevant scales for investigating natural or anthropogenic processes shaping these a...

    Authors: P. Veiga, M. Rubal, R. Vieira, F. Arenas and I. Sousa-Pinto

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:315

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    The edible cockle Cerastoderma edule is a marine bivalve commercially fished in several European countries that have lately suffered a significant decrease in production. Despite its commercial importance, geneti...

    Authors: L. Martínez, J. Méndez, A. Insua, A. Arias-Pérez and R. Freire

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:314

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  3. Content type: Original Article

    In the Seno de Reloncaví, southern Chile, seasonal changes in dry weight (DW) and elemental composition (CHN) were studied in embryo (initial embryonic stage), newly hatched zoeae, and newly settled megalopae ...

    Authors: P. Gebauer, K. Paschke, A. Barría and K. Anger

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:313

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  4. Content type: Original Article

    Two different decapod larval assemblages inhabit the marine environment of Saint Paul’s Rocks, differentiating the inlet from the surrounding oceanic waters. Larvae of the crab Grapsus grapsus and of the holopela...

    Authors: Manoela Costa Brandão, Andréa Green Koettker and Andrea Santarosa Freire

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:312

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  5. Content type: Original Article

    Spatial distribution and functional structure of intertidal benthic macrofauna in relation to environmental variables in the Jade Bay (southern North Sea) were studied and compared with other intertidal areas ...

    Authors: Ulrike Schückel, Melanie Beck and Ingrid Kröncke

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:309

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  6. Content type: Original Article

    The study of feeding habits of the Atlantic bluefin tuna was carried out in 123 specimens, ranging from 115 to 222 cm fork length (FL) and collected during spring seasons of 2010 and 2011 in the central Medite...

    Authors: Pietro Battaglia, Franco Andaloro, Pierpaolo Consoli, Valentina Esposito, Danilo Malara, Simona Musolino, Cristina Pedà and Teresa Romeo

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:307

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  7. Content type: Original Article

    We tested herein the hypothesis that exposure time significantly contributes to the vertical distribution profile of nematodes during a tidal cycle as a function of distinct feeding and locomotion behaviors, c...

    Authors: M. C. Brustolin, M. C. Thomas and P. C. Lana

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:306

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  8. Content type: Original Article

    The present study assessed the existence of variation in the shell shape of the pod razor shell (Ensis siliqua) throughout its distributional range in the north-eastern Atlantic. Shells of E. siliqua caught at se...

    Authors: Marta M. Rufino, Paulo Vasconcelos, Fábio Pereira, Juan Fernández-Tajes, Susana Darriba, Josefina Méndez and Miguel B. Gaspar

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:303

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  9. Content type: Original Article

    The micro-scale spatial distribution patterns of a demersal fish and decapod crustacean assemblage were assessed in a hard-bottom kelp environment in the southern North Sea. Using quadrats along line transects...

    Authors: Stephanie Wehkamp and Philipp Fischer

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:304

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  10. Content type: Original Article

    The reproductive biology including insemination frequency, ovarian maturation, gonadosomatic index (GSI), size at first maturity, and fecundity of Melicertus kerathurus were investigated using monthly samples fro...

    Authors: Kosmas Kevrekidis and Maria Thessalou-Legaki

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:301

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  11. Content type: Original Article

    The new deep-sea copepod species of the family Paramesochridae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) presented here was collected during the scientific ANtarctic benthic DEEP-sea biodiversity cruise II (ANDEEP II) to the ...

    Authors: Johanna Kottmann, Terue Cristina Kihara, Thomas Glatzel and Gritta Veit-Köhler

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:302

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  12. Content type: Original Article

    The activity pattern of intertidal crabs is influenced by factors that usually change rhythmically following tidal and/or diel cycles, and is often associated with the use of refuges. The movement activity of ...

    Authors: Tomás Luppi, Claudia Bas, Agustina Méndez Casariego, Mariano Albano, Juan Lancia, Marcelo Kittlein, Alan Rosenthal, Nahuel Farías, Eduardo Spivak and Oscar Iribarne

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 67:300

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  13. Content type: Original Article

    The extent of the receptive period may determine the mating strategies employed by female crabs to obtain mates. Here, we studied the receptivity of female Neohelice granulata (Dana, 1851) in the laboratory, incl...

    Authors: María Paz Sal Moyano, Tomás Luppi, María Andrea Gavio, Micaela Vallina and Colin McLay

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:299

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  14. Content type: Original Article

    This study evaluated the reproductive features of Octopus tehuelchus in three coastal environments of San Matías Gulf (Patagonia). Monthly samples of O. tehuelchus were used to estimate size at maturity, compare ...

    Authors: Lorena P. Storero, Maite A. Narvarte and Raúl A. González

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:298

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  15. Content type: Original Article

    Distributions of prokaryotic cell size and morphology were studied in different areas of the Mediterranean Sea by using image analysis on samples collected from surface down to bathypelagic layers (max depth 4...

    Authors: R. La Ferla, G. Maimone, M. Azzaro, F. Conversano, C. Brunet, A. S. Cabral and R. Paranhos

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:297

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  16. Content type: Original Article

    A field sampling was conducted before the onset of the northeasterly monsoon to investigate the copepod community composition during the monsoon transition period at the northern coast of Taiwan (East China Se...

    Authors: Li-Chun Tseng, Hans-Uwe Dahms, Qing-Chao Chen and Jiang-Shiou Hwang

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:296

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  17. Content type: Original Article

    A new species of apseudomorph tanaidacean, Apseudopsis adami sp. nov., is described, including intraspecific variation, from specimens collected in the seagrass meadows of O Grove inlet (NW Iberian Peninsula, NE ...

    Authors: P. Esquete, R. N. Bamber, J. Moreira and J. S. Troncoso

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:295

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  18. Content type: Original Article

    The molluscan taxocoenosis associated with a Cymodocea nodosa seagrass bed was studied throughout 1 year in Genoveses Bay, in the MPA “Parque Natural Cabo de Gata-Níjar” (south-eastern Spain). A total of 64,824 i...

    Authors: Pablo Marina, Javier Urra, José L. Rueda and Carmen Salas

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:294

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  19. Content type: Original Article

    Although marine caves are priority conservation areas according to the Directive 92/43/CEE of the European Community, there is a lack of studies dealing with their soft-bottom communities. For a case study, we...

    Authors: C. Navarro-Barranco, J. M. Guerra-García, L. Sánchez-Tocino and J. C. García-Gómez

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:292

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  20. Content type: Original Article

    Subtidal fouling assemblages usually consist of short-lived organisms. Colonisation sequences on man-made structures may thus be greatly affected by the temporal and spatial variability of propagule supply. Th...

    Authors: Alicia Rico, Roxana Peralta and Juan López Gappa

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:293

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  21. Content type: Original Article

    Constanţa harbour is a major port on the western coast of the semi-enclosed Black Sea. Its brackish waters and low species richness make it vulnerable to invasions. The intensive maritime traffic through Const...

    Authors: Cristina Preda, Daniyar Memedemin, Marius Skolka and Dan Cogălniceanu

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:290

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  22. Content type: Original Article

    The occurrence of two alien alpheid shrimps of the genus Athanas Leach, 1814 [in Leach 1813–1814], the Indo-West Pacific A. dimorphus Ortmann, 1894 and the Eastern Atlantic A. nitescens (Leach, 1813 [in Leach 181...

    Authors: Alexandre O. Almeida, Sabrina M. Simões, Rogério C. Costa and Fernando L. Mantelatto

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:291

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  23. Content type: Original Article

    Larval transport has a strong influence on marine populations and ecosystem function. Traditional hypotheses establish that larvae of coastal species are swept offshore during strong upwelling periods producin...

    Authors: José María Landeira, Fernando Lozano-Soldevilla and Eric Desmond Barton

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:289

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  24. Content type: Original Article

    Early macrobenthos succession in small, disturbed patches on subtidal soft bottoms is facilitated by the arrival of post-larval colonizers, in particular by active and passive dispersers along the seafloor or ...

    Authors: Aldo S. Pacheco, Martin Thiel, Marcelo E. Oliva and José M. Riascos

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2012 66:288

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  25. Content type: Original Article

    Global homogenization of biota is underway through worldwide introduction and establishment of non-indigenous (exotic) species. Organisms fouling ship hulls are continually in transit and can affect communitie...

    Authors: Paulo Torres, Ana Cristina Costa and Maria Ana Dionísio

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:287

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  26. Content type: Original Article

    The present study provides updated information on amphipod assemblages of the southern Portuguese coast, the most south-western part of continental Europe. The influence of depth and sediment type on the spati...

    Authors: Susana Carvalho, Marina R. Cunha, Fábio Pereira, P. Pousão-Ferreira, M. N. Santos and M. B. Gaspar

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:285

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  27. Content type: Original Article

    This paper deals with climate-driven changes of the species composition of the bottom and near-bottom megafauna of the Dogger Bank (central North Sea), which was sampled each summer with a 2-m beam trawl on a ...

    Authors: Moritz Sonnewald and Michael Türkay

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:286

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  28. Content type: Original Article

    This study investigates aspects of the life history of the polychaete Thoracophelia furcifera on a sandy beach in southern Brazil. Two fixed transects perpendicular to the shoreline in the intertidal zone were sa...

    Authors: Mariana B. P. Otegui, Arno Blankensteyn and Paulo R. Pagliosa

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:284

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  29. Content type: Original Article

    The descriptions of seven new and supplemental descriptions of four known species of the genus Acantholaimus (Nematoda: Chromadoridae) from about 5,000 m depth in the abyssal manganese nodule field of the French ...

    Authors: Maria A. Miljutina and Dmitry M. Miljutin

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:282

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  30. Content type: Original Article

    The aim of this study was to analyze the trophic structure of the polychaete assemblages found in the Campeche Bank, southern Gulf of Mexico and to examine the effect of the sediment composition on the spatial...

    Authors: Nayeli Domínguez Castanedo, Pablo Hernández Alcántara, Vivianne Solís-Weiss and Alejandro Granados Barba

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:283

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  31. Content type: Original Article

    Trophic relationships between Scorpaena porcus, S. notata and Chelidonichthys lucerna collected near natural gas platforms were investigated for the first time in central Adriatic Sea from July 2005 to May 2006. ...

    Authors: Luca Castriota, Manuela Falautano, Maria Grazia Finoia, Pierpaolo Consoli, Cristina Pedà, Valentina Esposito, Pietro Battaglia and Franco Andaloro

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:281

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  32. Content type: Original Article

    The small-scale distribution and resource utilization patterns of hermit crabs living in symbiosis with sea anemones were investigated in the Aegean Sea. Four hermit crab species, occupying shells of nine gast...

    Authors: Anna-Maria Vafeiadou, Chryssanthi Antoniadou and Chariton Chintiroglou

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:279

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  33. Content type: Short Communication

    The Helgoland Roads phytoplankton long-term data set is one of the longest and the most detailed data sets in Europe, having provided continuous work-daily observations of phytoplankton abundance since 1962. T...

    Authors: Alexandra C. Kraberg, Kristine Carstens, Silvia Peters, Katharina Tilly and Karen H. Wiltshire

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:277

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  34. Content type: Original Article

    The relationship between benthos data and environmental data in 308 samples collected from the intertidal zone of the Hörnum tidal basin (German Wadden Sea) was analyzed. The environmental variables were curre...

    Authors: W. Puls, K.-H. van Bernem, D. Eppel, H. Kapitza, A. Pleskachevsky, R. Riethmüller and B. Vaessen

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:275

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  35. Content type: Original Article

    Based on material collected during the BIOICE project off Iceland, the taxonomy and distribution of eight species of polychaetous annelids belonging to the genus Ampharete (Polychaeta: Ampharetidae) are reviewed....

    Authors: Julio Parapar, Gudmundur V. Helgason, Igor Jirkov and Juan Moreira

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:274

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  36. Content type: Original Article

    In the tropical Atlantic, the ichthyofauna between the coast of Brazil and the Caribbean regions, divided by the Amazon barrier, is very similar presenting several geminate species, including Gramma brasiliensis,...

    Authors: Wagner Franco Molina, Gideão Wagner Werneck Felix da Costa, Marcelo de Bello Cioffi and Luiz Antonio Carlos Bertollo

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:276

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  37. Content type: Original Article

    A new species of Ampelisca (Crustacea, Amphipoda) is described from samples collected in shallow subtidal fine and very fine sand in the inlet of Baiona (Galicia, NW Iberian Peninsula). Ampelisca troncosoi sp. no...

    Authors: R. Tato, P. Esquete and J. Moreira

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:273

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  38. Content type: Original Article

    Two new Thaumatoconcha Kornicker and Sohn, 1976a species, T. dandani n. sp. and T. quasiporosa n. sp., have been described in the present paper. Both species have been collected during two expeditions to the Sout...

    Authors: Ivana Karanovic and Simone Nunes Brandão

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:269

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  39. Content type: Original Article

    The pelagic cephalopod fauna of the central Mediterranean Sea was investigated through stomach content analyses of large fish predators. A total of 124 Xiphias gladius, 22 Thunnus thynnus, 100 Thunnus alalunga, a...

    Authors: Teresa Romeo, Pietro Battaglia, Cristina Pedà, Patrizia Perzia, Pierpaolo Consoli, Valentina Esposito and Franco Andaloro

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:270

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  40. Content type: Original Article

    Settlement of benthic marine invertebrates is determined by the interaction between physical factors and biological processes, in which the tide, wind, and predation can play key roles, especially for species ...

    Authors: Luis Miguel Pardo, Carlos Simón Cardyn and José Garcés-Vargas

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:267

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  41. Content type: Original Article

    The somatic and gonad productions of the cirolanid isopod Excirolana armata were analyzed by taking monthly samples from December 2003 to November 2005 on Una beach, São Paulo state (24°S), southeastern Brazil. S...

    Authors: Marcelo Petracco, Ricardo Silva Cardoso, Alexander Turra and Thais Navajas Corbisier

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:268

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  42. Content type: Original Article

    In order to investigate the feeding habits of Helicolenus dactylopterus dactylopterus along the continental Portuguese coast, a total of 619 individuals were sampled of which 60% contained food in...

    Authors: Ana Neves, Vera Sequeira, Rafaela Barros Paiva, Ana Rita Vieira and Leonel Serrano Gordo

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:260

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  43. Content type: Original Article

    Heterogeneity in the distribution of organisms occurs at a range of spatial scales, which may vary from few centimeters to hundreds of kilometers. The exclusion of small-scale variability from routine sampling...

    Authors: L. Sandrini-Neto and P. C. Lana

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:258

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  44. Content type: Original Article

    In this study, we used data from morphology and three DNA markers to assess the taxonomic status of the putative bivalve species Hypanis colorata and Hypanis angusticostata in a Black Sea lagoon, the Razelm Lake ...

    Authors: Luis Popa, Oana Popa, Elena Iorgu, Beatrice Kelemen and Dumitru Murariu

    Citation: Helgoland Marine Research 2011 66:256

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