Species:

Madracis mirabilis


Madracis mirabilis

Intermittent upwelling and subsidized growth of the scleractinian coral Madracis mirabilis on the deep fore-reef slope of Discovery Bay, Jamaica | article
Leichter JJ, Genovese SJ (2006)
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 316:95-103
18 x mention(s)
How are coral populations structured by light? Marine light regimes and the distribution of Madracis | article
Vermeij MJA, Bak RPM (2002)
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 233:105-116
8 x mention(s)
The distribution of algae, corals, and gorgonians in relation to depth, light attenuation, water movement and grazing pressure in the fringing reef... | article
Van den Hoek C, Breeman AM, Bak RPM, Van Buurt G (1978)
Aquat Bot 5:1-46
6 x mention(s)
Variation in symbiont distribution between closely related coral species over large depth ranges | article
Frade PR, De Jongh F, Vermeulen F, van Bleijswijk J, Bak RPM (2008)
Mol Ecol 17:691-703
5 x mention(s)
Constancy and change in coral reef habitats along depth gradients at Curaçao | article
Bak RPM, Luckhurst BE (1980)
Oecologia 47:145-155
4 x mention(s)
Resource partitioning by reef corals as determined from stable isotope composition. I. d13C of zooxanthellae and animal tissue vs depth | article
Muscatine L, Porter JW, Kaplan IR (1989)
Mar Biol 100:185-193
4 x mention(s)
Long-term shifts in coral communities on shallow to deep reef slopes of Curaçao and Bonaire: are there any winners? | article
De Bakker DM, Meesters EH, Bak RPM, Nieuwland G, Van Duyl FC (2016)
Front Mar Sci
3 x mention(s)
Community ecology of mesophotic coral reef ecosystems | review
Kahng SE, Garcia-Sais JR, Spalding HL, Brokovich E, Wagner D, Weil E, Hinderstein L, Toonen RJ (2010)
Coral Reefs 29:255-275
2 x mention(s)
Prevalent endosymbiont zonation shapes the depth distributions of scleractinian coral species | article
Bongaerts P, Carmichael M, Hay KB, Tonk L, Frade PR, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2015)
R Soc Open Sci 2:140297
2 x mention(s)
In situ photobiology of corals over large depth ranges: A multivariate analysis on the roles of environment, host, and algal symbiont | article
Frade PR, Bongaerts P, Winkelhagen AJS, Tonk L, Bak RPM (2008)
Limnol Oceanogr 53:2711-2723
2 x mention(s)
AIMS Coral Factsheet Photo: Madracis mirabilis. Caribbean. This species usually occurs as clumps of tightly compacted branches. Mary Stafford-Smith.