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Maze Coral Meandrina meandrites

Photo: Marion Haarsma

Classification

Meandrina [genus] (3)
meandrites [species]

Classification

Meandrina [genus] (3)
meandrites [species]

Literature

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  • Beek, I.J.M. van, Meesters, E.H.W.G. 2013. Saba Bank research expedition 2011 - Progress report. 46 pp. IMARES, Wageningen UR.
  • Beek, I.J.M. van, Meesters, E.H.W.G. 2014. Saba Bank research expedition 2013 - Progress report. 45 pp. IMARES, Wageningen UR.
  • Butter, M.E., Wapstra, M., Dijk, E. van 1980. Meandrina meandrites and Emblemariopsis diaphana, first record of an association between a stony coral and a fish, similar to anemone/fish relationships. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde 50(1): 87-95.
  • CITES 2015. Checklist of CITES Species. UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre. [link]
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  • Hoeksema, B.W., Hove, H.A. ten 2017. The invasive sun coral Tubastraea coccinea hosting a native Christmas tree worm at Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean. Marine Biodiversity 47: 59-65.
  • Hoeksema, B.W., Moorsel, G.W.N.M. van 2016. Stony corals of St. Eustatius. In: Marine biodiversity survey of St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean, 2015. 32-37. Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, and ANEMOON Foundation, Bennebroek.
  • Humann, P. 1993. Reef Coral Identification. 239 pp. New World Publications.
  • Korzhavina, O.A., Hoeksema, B.W., Ivanenko, V.N. 2019. A review of Caribbean Copepoda associated with reef-dwelling cnidarians, echinoderms and sponges. Contributions to Zoology. [link]
  • Kristensen, I. 1971. Jaarverslag 1971. 33 pp. Carmabi Foundation Annual Report, Curaçao.
  • MacRae, D.M. & De Meyer, K. 2020. Dutch Caribbean conservation species list. Using management effectiveness to strengthen species conservation in the Caribbean.
  • McKenna, S.A. & Etnoyer, P. 2010. Rapid Assessment of Stony Coral Richness and Condition on Saba Bank, Netherlands Antilles. PLoS ONE 5(5): 1-9.
  • Meij, S.E.T. van der 2014. Host species, range extensions, and an observation of the mating system of Atlantic shallow-water gall crabs (Decapoda: Cryptochiridae). Bulletin of Marine Science 90(4): 1001-1010.
  • Roos, P.J. 1964. The distribution of reef corals in Curaçao. Studies on the fauna of Curaçao and other Caribbean Islands 20: 1-51.
  • Roos, P.J. 1971. The shallow-water stony corals of the Netherlands Antilles. Studies on the fauna of Curaçao and other Caribbean Islands 37: 1-108.
  • SPAW Protocol 1990. Protocol concerning specially protected areas and wildlife to the convention for the protection and development of the marine environment of the wider Caribbean region. The Caribbean Environment Programme. [link]
  • Thomas, M. 2009. A comparative study of benthic and coral reef fish communities on artificial versus natural reefs of Bonaire, N.A. Physis 6: 44-52.
  • Tienderen, K.M. van, Meij, S.E.T. van der 2015. Occurrence patterns of coral-dwelling gall crabs (Cryptochiridae) over depth intervals in the Caribbean. 24. PeerJ.
  • WoRMS. WoRMS, World Register of Marine Species. www.marinespecies.org. [link]

Literature references linked to higher taxa