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Using morphometrics, in situ observations and genetic characters to distinguish among commercially valuable Hawaiian black coral species; a redescr... | article
Wagner D, Brugler MR, Opresko DM, France SC, Montgomery AD, Toonen RJ (2010)
Invertebr Syst 24:271-290

Mesophotic coral ecosystems in the Hawaiian Archipelago | article
Rooney J, Donham E, Montgomery A, Spalding H, Parrish F, Boland R, Fenner D, Gove J, Vetter O (2010)
Coral Reefs 29:361-367

A new name for the Hawaiian antipatharian coral formerly known as Antipathes dichotoma (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Antipatharia) | article
Opresko DM (2009)
Pac Sci 63:277-291
Some observations on the structure and distribution of gorgonian assemblages in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea | report
Salomidi M, Smith C, Katsanevakis S, Panayotidis P, Papathanassiou V (2009)
Actes du 1er Symposium sur la Conservation de Coralligène et autres bio concrétions de Méditerranée
Generalist dinoflagellate endosymbionts and host genotype diversity detected from mesophotic (67-100 m depths) coral Leptoseris | article
Chan YL, Pochon X, Fisher MA, Wagner D, Concepcion GT, Kahng SE, Toonen RJ, Gates RD (2009)
BMC Ecol

Reef Morphology and Invertebrate Distribution at Continental Shelf Edge Reefs in the South Atlantic Bight | article
Fraser SB, Sedberry GR (2008)
Southeas Nat 7:191-206
Vertical zonation of megabenthic taxa on a deep photosynthetic reef (50-140 m) in the Au'au Channel, Hawaii | article
Kahng SE, Kelley CD (2007)
Coral Reefs 26:679-687

Interactions of fishes with particular reference to coelacanths in the canyons at Sodwana Bay and the St Lucia Marine Protected Area of South Afric... | article
Heemstra PC, Fricke H, Hissman K, Schauer J, Smale M, Sink K (2006)
S Afr J Sci 102:461-465
The South African coelacanths-an account of what is known after three submersible expeditions: coelacanth research | article
Hissman K, Fricke H, Schauer J, Ribbink AJ, Roberts M, Sink K, Heemstra P (2006)
S Afr J Sci 102:491-500
Habitat and fauna of deep-water Lophelia pertusa coral reefs off the southeastern U.S.: Blake plateau, Straits of Florida, and Gulf of Mexico | article
Reed JK, Weaver DC, Pomponi SA (2006)
Bull Mar Sci 78:343-375
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