- Mantle margin morphogenesis in Nodipecten nodosus (Mollusca: Bivalvia): new
- In general, reduced or entire absence of fusion are common features in the mantle margin of epifaunal bivalves from the Pteriomorphia clade .
- Harbour light 'attracts ship-damaging creatures'
- Artificial lighting in harbours is attracting sea creatures that damage ships and boats, a study suggests. Scientists believe that the night-time illumination is altering the behaviour of some animals that attach to vessels' hulls.
- Competition and mimicry: the curious case of chaetae in brachiopods from the
- This need to settle on a hard substrates with only limited suitable substrates available presumably resulted in spatial competition among the dominant sessile members of the epifaunal Burgess Shale community. The large majority of attached specimens ...
- Undergraduates embark on summer 'ZENternships'
- “For my Monroe summer research project, I'm assessing the effect of increasing temperatures on the mortality of mesograzers in order to capture the effect of global temperature rise on the seagrass epifaunal community,” says Belfort.
- VIMS provides research experience for undergraduates
- Mentor: Jeffrey Shields; Julia Carroll: Comparison of epifaunal communities on natural oyster shell and alternative substrates in Chesapeake Bay.
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