Species:

Leptoseris hawaiiensis


Leptoseris hawaiiensis

Community ecology of mesophotic coral reef ecosystems | article
Kahng SE, Garcia-Sais JR, Spalding HL, Brokovich E, Wagner D, Weil E, Hinderstein L, Toonen RJ (2010)
Coral Reefs 29:255-275
4 x mention(s)
Growth rate for a zooxanthellate coral (Leptoseris hawaiiensis) at 90 m | article
Kahng SE (2013)
Galaxea, J Coral Reef Stud 15:39-40
4 x mention(s)
The depth limits of Red Sea Stony corals: An ecophysiological problem (A deep diving survey by submersible) | article
Fricke HW, Schuhmacher H (1983)
PSZNI Mar Ecol 4:163-194
3 x mention(s)
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
3 x mention(s)
Depth specialization in mesophotic corals (Leptoseris spp.) and associated algal symbionts in Hawai‘i | article
Pochon X, Forsman ZH, Spalding HL, Padilla-Gamiño JL, Smith CM, Gates RD (2015)
R Soc Open Sci 2:140351
3 x mention(s)
Prediction of mesophotic coral distributions in the Au‘au Channel, Hawaii | report
Costa BM, Kendall MS, Rooney J, Chow M, Lecky J, Parrish FA, Montgomery A, Boland RC, Spalding H (2012)

3 x mention(s)
The deepest, zooxanthellate scleractinian corals in the world? | article
Kahng SE, Maragos JE (2006)
Coral Reefs 25:254
2 x mention(s)
Deepest zooxanthellate corals of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea | article
Englebert N, Bongaerts P, Muir P, Hay KB, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2014)
Marine Biodiversity 45:1-2
2 x mention(s)
Deep down on a Caribbean reef: lower mesophotic depths harbor a specialized coral-endosymbiont community | article
Bongaerts P, Frade PR, Hay KB, Englebert N, Latijnhouwers KRW, Bak RPM, Vermeij MJA, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2015)
Sci Rep 5:7652
2 x mention(s)
Lower mesophotic coral communities (60-125 m depth) of the Northern Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea | article
Englebert N, Bongaerts P, Muir PR, Hay KB, Pichon M, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2017)
PLoS ONE 12:e0170336
2 x mention(s)
0227 c1 01 AIMS Coral Factsheet Photo: Leptoseris hawaiiensis. Kiribati, equatorial western Pacific. Variation in structure and colour and showing the characteristic appearance of rounded upward facing corallites. Jim Maragos.