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Seaweed diversity associated with a Brazilian tropical rhodolith bed
(Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, 2010)
This study describes the predominantly tropical, subtidal seaweed populations growing on rhodoliths between 4 and 18 m depth in the southern part of Espírito Santo State (Brazil). Qualitative and quantitative sampling ...
Life at the margins of the continents: an examination of the intertidal marine life of the south Western Cape
(Field Guides Association of Southern Africa, 2010)
Imagine surviving in an environment that is neither truly marine nor truly terrestrial. That area just beyond the low-water mark of neap tides along the seashore is an example of just such an environment. The organisms ...
The South African Astronomical Observatory: a treasure house of history and biodiversity
(Botanical Society of South Africa, 2010)
Traces the history of the Royal Observatory Cape of Good Hope, today known as the South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO). Describes the flora and its management.
Two new nematode species from Saldanha Bay, South Africa: Perepsilonema benguelae sp. nov. and Leptepsilonema saldanha sp. nov. (Nematoda, Epsilonematidae)
(Magnolia Press, 2010)
Perepsilonema benguelae sp. nov. and Leptepsilonema saldanhae sp. nov. are described and illustrated from coarse sand sediments in Saldanha Bay, along the west coast of South Africa. Perepsilonema benguelae sp. nov. is ...
A new species of Magelona (Polychaeta: Magelonidae) from southern Namibia
(Iziko Museums of Cape Town, 2010)
A new species of Magelonidae, Magelona debeerei sp. nov., is described and illustrated from grab-samples collected at <100moff the southwest coast of Africa. Magelona debeerei sp. nov. has previously been identified from ...