New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (July 2015)
The new records of alien species include: the red algae Antithamnionella elegans and Palisada maris-rubri, found for the first time in Israel and Greece respectively; the green alga Codium parvulum reported from Turkey (Aegean Sea); the first record of the alien sea urchin Diadema setosum in Greece; the nudibranch Goniobranchus annulatus reported from South-Eastern Aegean Sea (Greece); the opisthobranch Melibe viridis found in Lebanon; the new records of the blue spotted cornetfish Fistularia commersonii in the Alicante coast (Eastern Spain); the alien fish Siganus luridus and Siganus rivulatus in Lipsi Island, Dodecanese (Greece); the first record of Stephanolepis diaspros from the Egadi Islands Marine Protected Area (western Sicily); a northward expansion of the alien pufferfish Torquigener flavimaculosus along the southeastern Aegean coasts of Turkey; and data on the occurrence of the Lessepsian immigrants Alepes djedaba, Lagocephalus sceleratus and Fistularia commersonii in Zakynthos Island (SE Ionian Sea, Greece).
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TSIAMIS, K., AYDOGAN, Ö., BAILLY, N., BALISTRERI, P., BARICHE, M., CARDEN-NOAD, S., CORSINI-FOKA, M., CROCETTA, F., DAVIDOV, B., DIMITRIADIS, C., DRAGIČEVIĆ, B., DRAKULIĆ, M., DULČIĆ, J., ESCÁNEZ, A., FERNÁNDEZ-ÁLVAREZ, F., GERAKARIS, V., GEROVASILEIOU, V., HOFFMAN, R., IZQUIERDO-GÓMEZ, D., IZQUIERDO-MUÑOZ, A., KONDYLATOS, G., LATSOUDIS, P., LIPEJ, L., MADIRACA, F., MAVRIČ, B., PARASPORO, M., SOURBÈS, L., TAŞKIN, E., TŰRKER, A., & YAPICI, S. (2015). New Mediterranean Biodiversity Records (July 2015). Mediterranean Marine Science, 16(2), 472–488. https://doi.org/10.12681/mms.1440
- Vol. 16 No. 2 (2015)
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