Species:

Oculina varicosa


Oculina varicosa

The State of Deep Coral Ecosystems of the United States | report
Lumdsen SE, Hourigan TF, Bruckner AW, Dorr G (2007)

14 x mention(s)
In situ growth rates of the scleractinian coral Oculina Varicosa occurring with zooxanthellae on 6-M reefs and without on 80-M banks | article
Reed JK (1981)
Proc 4th Int Coral Reef Symp 2:201-206
10 x mention(s)
Deep-Water Coral Reefs of the United States | chapter
Messing CG, Reed JK, Brooke SD, Ross SW (2008)
in: Coral Reefs of the USA (Springer) by Riegl B.M., Dodge R.E.
8 x mention(s)
Color variation and associated behavior in the epinepheline groupers, Mycteroperca microlepis (Goode and Bean) and M. phenax Jordan and Swain | article
Gilmore RG, Jones RS (1992)
Bull Mar Sci 51:83-103
2 x mention(s)
Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants: Proposed Listing Determinations for 82 Reef-Building Coral Species; Proposed Reclassification of Acr... | report
NOAA (2012)
Federal Register
2 x mention(s)
Spawning Locations for Atlantic Reef Fishes off the Southeastern U.S. | chapter
Sedberry GR, Pashuk O, Wyanski DM, Stephen JA, Weinbach P (2006)
in: Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute (Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute) by
1 x mention(s)
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
1 x mention(s)
Topographic and faunal studies of shelf-edge prominences off the central eastern Florida coast | article
Avent RM, King ME, Gore RH (1977)
Int Rev Hydrobiol 62:185-208
1 x mention(s)
Microbial ecology of corals, sponges, and algae in mesophotic coral environments | review
Olson JB, Kellogg CA (2010)
FEMS Microbiol Ecol 73:17-30
1 x mention(s)
Characterization of benthic habitats and associated reef communities at Bajo de Sico Seamount, Mona Passage, Puerto Rico | report
Garcia-Sais JR, Castro R, Sabater-Clavell J, Carlo M, Esteves R (2007)

1 x mention(s)
AIMS Coral Factsheet Photo: Oculina varicosa. South-eastern USA. A small clump of tapered branches. Paul Humann.