Aquatic Biology

Brazilian silverside, Atherinella brasiliensis (Quoy & Gaimard,1825) embryos as a test-species for marine fish ecotoxicological tests
James Reimer –– Important work for the establishment of South American model fish species.
Influence of sex and maturity state on trace elements content in liver and muscle of the Sciaenidae Totoaba macdonaldi
Charles Okpala –– This work is very important because it assessed trace elements arising from consumption of fish, based on sex and maturity state .
Systematics of ‘lithistid’ tetractinellid demosponges from the Tropical Western Atlantic—implications for phylodiversity and bathymetric distribution
James Reimer –– A thorough and well-done study on a group of marine invertebrates that are ecologically very important and yet little-studied. This work should be well-cited and referenced in coming years, and provides an excellent framework for future biodiversity studies on sponges.
Nutritional content of Totoaba macdonaldi (Gilbert, 1890), Antioxidants and lipid peroxidation in muscle
Charles Okpala –– This work is very useful, highlighting fish species from the Gulf of California, bring new information for fish product processing and scientists, and demonstrating its usefulness for a healthy lifestyle.
Incorporation of feeding functional group information informs explanatory patterns of long-term population changes in fish assemblages
Charles Okpala –– The authors showed an interesting approach to describe and predict long-term changes in the nearshore fish community of Lake Michigan.
Large-scale movements of common bottlenose dolphins in the Atlantic: dolphins with an international courtyard
Diogo Provete –– The data can be used in conservation programmes of dolphins
The influence of fish farm activity on the social structure of the common bottlenose dolphin in Sardinia (Italy)
Mark Costello –– Provides rare insights into social relationships of dolphins, including how males tend to be solitary.
A community perspective on the concept of marine holobionts: current status, challenges, and future directions
Konstantinos Kormas –– As the holobiont concept expands, insightful perspectives, such as this one, are more than useful for the advancement of the field.
Pseudocnidae of ribbon worms (Nemertea): ultrastructure, maturation, and functional morphology
Wagner Magalhães –– The manuscript describes with detail several nemertean pseudocnides and shed light into the evolution of this structure and the importance to the systematics and phylogeny of the group. It will be relevant not only for nemertean enthusiasts but for zoologists in general.
Freshwater sponge hosts and their green algae symbionts: a tractable model to understand intracellular symbiosis
Bishoy Kamel –– This work, points out a new model system to study symbiosis between photosynthetic algae and sponge a basal metazoan.
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Rodriguez et al. investigate the respiratory #organs of P. canaliculata by studying the lung of this species at the anatomical histological and ultrastructural levels @UNCUYO @ruhrunibochum Read the full @PeerJLife article https://t.co/37JbueyUjK #Aquaculture #Evolution https://t.co/KMUGG2pSTF

A quantitative comparison of towed-camera and diver-camera transects for monitoring #coral reefs - New research from @A_K_Cresswell @aims_gov_au @uwanews @MasseyUni published in @PeerJLife https://t.co/L6tA0lEkzv #ConservationBiology #Ecology #MarineBio https://t.co/VDe8lEAb6K

Brazilian silverside, Atherinella brasiliensis (Quoy & Gaimard,1825) embryos as a test-species for marine fish ecotoxicological tests https://t.co/9djjF3lA4T @thePeerJ https://t.co/XbQklEVuzA

This article where I contributed in the data processing has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/3zFEjv5yMV Thank you to Dr. John Arnould for this opportunity

Fazhan et al. @UMT_Official @hasanuddin_univ research sexual #dimorphism in mud #crabs: a tale of three sympatric Scylla species Read the full @PeerJLife article https://t.co/CUP8sI97oO #mudcrabs #Aquaculture #Fisheries #FishScience #MarineBiology https://t.co/CB9XDeBaWx

Sun et al. @SNNUChina research the effects of vegetation cover and slope on soil erosion in the Eastern Chinese Loess Plateau under different rainfall regimes Read the full @PeerJLife article https://t.co/Y43864kO6a #PlantScience #SoilScience #Ecohydrology https://t.co/rBhrFaCa8F

Just published in @PeerJLife - Influence of sex and maturity state on trace elements content in liver and muscle of the Sciaenidae Totoaba macdonaldi Read the full article https://t.co/vB7bv25VE2 #Aquaculture #Fisheries #FishScience #MarineBiology https://t.co/jAkpLa11Nj

My article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/SWPVzpelKb #AnimalBehavior #Aquaculture,#FisheriesandFishScience #Ecology #MarineBiology If you have time, please give it a read and let me know what you think! Very excited, this is my first publication

A #NewSpecies of hump-backed #colobodontid from the early Middle Triassic of #Panzhou China is named in @PeerJLife article https://t.co/5c8VjI3XX2 #Aquaculture #Fisheries #FishScience #Evolution #Paleontology https://t.co/UM0ozF5grt

Misson et al. @univamu @uOttawa - Limited influence of marine sediment lyophilization on #prokaryotic community structure assessed via amplicon sequencing Read the full @PeerJLife article https://t.co/GHhDYeeu1o #Biodiversity #Ecology #Ecotoxicology https://t.co/YWiieR7PRL