Species:

Porites astreoides


Porites astreoides

Depth-independent reproduction in the reef coral Porites astreoides from shallow to mesophotic zones | article
Holstein DM, Smith TB, Paris CB (2016)
PLoS ONE 11:e0146068
17 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)

16 x mention(s)
Long distance dispersal and vertical gene flow in the Caribbean brooding coral Porites astreoides | article
Serrano XM, Baums IB, Smith TB, Jones RJ, Shearer TL, Baker AC (2016)
Sci Rep 6:21619
14 x mention(s)
Reproductive ecology and early life history traits of the brooding coral, Porites astreoides, from shallow to mesophotic zones | article
Goodbody-Gringley G, Wong KH, Becker DM, Glennon K, de Putron SJ (2018)
Coral Reefs 37:483-494
13 x mention(s)
Do the shuffle: Changes in Symbiodinium consortia throughout juvenile coral development | article
Reich HG, Robertson DL, Goodbody-Gringley G (2017)
PLoS ONE 12:e0171768
12 x mention(s)
Growth rates of Porites astreoides and Orbicella franksi in mesophotic habitats surrounding St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands | article
Groves SH, Holstein DM, Enochs IC, Kolodzeij G, Manzello DP, Brandt ME, Smith TB (2018)
Coral Reefs 37: 345–354
10 x mention(s)
Vertical connectivity in mesophotic coral ecosystems | thesis
Holstein DM (2013)

10 x mention(s)
Scleractinian coral recruitment patterns at Salt River submarine canyon, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands | article
Rogers CS, Fitz III HC, Gilnack M, Beets J, Hardin J (1984)
Coral Reefs 3:69-76
9 x mention(s)
Modeling vertical coral connectivity and mesophotic refugia | article
Holstein DM, Paris CB, Vaz AC, Smith TB (2016)
Coral Reefs 35:23-37
8 x mention(s)
Distribution of anemones (Anthozoa: Actiniaria and Corallimorpharia) in the area of Santa Marta, Colombian Caribbean | article
Barrios-Suárez LM, Reyes JO, Navas GR, García CB (2002)
Cienc Mar 28:37-48
5 x mention(s)
AIMS Coral Factsheet Photo: Oculina varicosa. South-eastern USA. A small clump of tapered branches. Paul Humann.