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1. Benthic marine algae from Cabo Frio region and surroundings (Tropical and Subtropical Western South Atlantic OBIS) [Cabo_Frio_Marine_Algae]
Benthic marine algae from Cabo Frio region and surroundings is based on 2 publications.


2. CEM/UFPR Benthos of Paranagua Bay Region (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Benthos_Paranagua_Bay_Region]
Centro de Estudos do Mar (CEM) (Marine Studies Centre), from UFPR, has fostered or implemented research on the changing composition of benthic marine and estuarine biodiversity in infralitoral soft ...


3. Estuarine Demersal Fish of Brazil (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Estuarine_Demersal_Fish_WSA_OBIS]
Estuarine Demersal Fish of Brazil is based on two publications, species captured in 4 Brazilian estuaries between latitudes 0 and 25 degrees South and 22 Brazilian estuarine locations with published ...


4. Migotto 1996 Hydroids of Sao Sebastiao, SP, BR (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Migotto_1996_Hydroids_SP_BR]
The survey of the hydroid fauna of the coastal region of Sao Sebastiao Channel, Sao Paulo State, Brazil; samples in the intertidal and infralittoral zones, from 1984 to 1992, is based on 2 publications.


5. SPF Marine Algae Collection of Sao Paulo State (Tropical and Subtropical Western South Atlantic OBIS) [SPF_Marine_Algae_Collection]
SPF Collection of Sao Paulo State is the Marine Algae, exclusive of Sao Paulo State, deposited in SPF Herbarium ? Sao Paulo University, IB, curated by Prof. Eurico Cabral de Oliveira Filho. The Herbarium ...


6. Sandy Beaches Benthic Macrofauna of North-Central Sao Paulo Coast (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Sandy_Beaches_Benthic_Macrofauna_SP]
Benthic macrofauna of sandy beaches in estuarine central and north Sao Paulo coast has been investigated by T. Corbisier from IO USP.


7. North Mangroves of Western South Atlantic (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [North_Mangroves_WSA_OBIS]   PARENT DIF
The Western South Atlantic mangrove ecosystems of Brazil, roughly 85% of 7,367 km of coastline covering 16 States, on the North Region is based on 18 publications and some of them were kindly indicated ...


8. Northeast Mangroves of Western South Atlantic (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Northeast_Mangroves_WSA_OBIS]   PARENT DIF
The Western South Atlantic mangrove ecosystems of Brazil, roughly 85% of 7,367 km of coastline covering 16 States, on the Northeast Region is based on 8 publications.


9. South Mangroves of Western South Atlantic (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [South_Mangroves_WSA_OBIS]   PARENT DIF
The Western South Atlantic mangrove ecosystems of Brazil, roughly 85% of 7,367 km of coastline covering 16 States, on the South Region is based on 7 publications.


10. Southeast Mangroves of Western South Atlantic (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Southeast_Mangroves_WSA_OBIS]   PARENT DIF
The Western South Atlantic mangrove ecosystems of Brazil, roughly 85% of 7,367 km of coastline covering 16 States, on the Southeast Region is based on 19 publications.


11. Mangroves of Western South Atlantic (Tropical and Subtropical WSAOBIS, BRAZIL) [Mangroves_WSAOBIS]   CHILD DIFs
'Despite their strategic importance, mangroves are under threat worldwide. They are sacrificed for salt pans, aquaculture ponds, housing developments, roads, port facilities, hotels, golf courses, ...


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