publication . Article . 2010

Seaweed diversity associated with a Brazilian tropical rhodolith bed

Amado-Filho, GM; Maneveldt, GW; Pereira-Filho, GH; Manso, RCC; Bahia, RG.; Barros-Barreto, MB; Guimarães, SMPB;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2010
  • Publisher: Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas
Abstract
Se describen las poblaciones de las macroalgas submareales predominantemente tropicales que crecen sobre rodolitos entre 4 y 18 m de profundidad en la parte sur del estado de Espirito Santo (Brasil). Muestreos cualitativos y cuantitativos revelaron comunidades ricas en especies de algas, incluyendo 167 especies. Tres especies de rodofitas son nuevas adiciones a la flora marina de Brasil (Lithothamnion muelleri, Scinaia aborealis y Mesophyllum engelhartii). Las marcadas diferencias estacionales en la composición y abundancia de especies de algas carnosas se relacionaron con la inestabilidad causada por el disturbio de tormentas invernales sobre los mantos de rodo...
Subjects
free text keywords: rodolitos, algas marinas de Brasil, comunidad algal bentónica, estado de Espirito Santo, algas coralinas incrustantes, rhodoliths, marine algae of Brazil, benthic algal community, Espirito Santo State, crustose coralline algae
71 references, page 1 of 5

Amado-Filho GM, Horta PA, Brasileiro PS, Barros-Barreto MB, Fujii MT. 2006. Subtidal benthic marine algae of the marine state park of Laje de Santos (São Paulo, Brazil). Braz. J. Oceanogr. 54: 225-234. [OpenAIRE]

Amado-Filho GM, Maneveldt G, Manso RCC, Marins-Rosa BV, Pacheco MR, Guimarães SMPB. 2007. Structure of rhodolith beds from 4 to 55 meters deep along the southern coast of Espírito Santo State, Brazil. Cienc. Mar. 33: 399-410. [OpenAIRE]

Basso D. 1998. Deep rhodolith distribution in the Pontian Islands, Italy: A model for the paleoecology of a temperate sea. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol. 137: 172-187.

Basso D, Nalin R, Nelson CS. 2009. Shallow-water Sporolithon rhodoliths from North Island (New Zealand). Palaios 24: 92-103.

Boogert NJ, Paterson DM, Laland KN. 2006. The implications of niche construction and ecosystem engineering for conservation biology. Bioscience 56: 570-578.

Bordehore C, Ramos-Espala AA, Riosmena-Rodríguez R. 2003. Comparative study of two maerl beds with different otter trawling history, SE Iberian Peninsula. Aquat. Conserv.: Mar. Freshwat. Ecosyst. 13: S43-S54. [OpenAIRE]

Brodie J, Andersen RA, Kawachi M, Millar AJK. 2009. Endangered algal species and how to protect them. Phycologia 48: 423-438.

Chamberlain YM, Keats DW. 1995. The melobesioid alga Mesophyllum engelhartii (Rhodophyta, Corallinaceae) in South Africa. S. Afr. J. Bot. 61: 134-146. [OpenAIRE]

Christie H, Jørgensen NM, Norderhaug KM, Waage-Nielsen E. 2003. Species distribution and habitat exploitation of fauna associated with kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) along the Norwegian coast. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. UK 83: 687-699.

Christie H, Jørgensen NM, Norderhaug KM. 2007. Bushy or smooth, high or low; importance of habitat architecture and vertical position for distribution of fauna on kelp. J. Sea Res. 58: 198-208.

Clarke KR, Warwick RM. 1994. Change in Marine Communities: An approach to statistical analysis and interpretation. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, 144 pp.

Crain CM, Bertness MD. 2006. Ecosystem engineering across environmental gradients: Implication for conservation and management. Bioscience 56: 211-218.

Crowder LB, Lyman SJ, Figueira WF, Priddy J. 2000. Source-sink population dynamics and the problem of sitting marine reserves. Bull. Mar. Sci. 66: 799-820. [OpenAIRE]

Figueiredo MAO, Horta PA, Pedrini AG, Nunes JMC. 2008. Benthic marine algae of the coral reefs of Brazil: A literature review. Oecol. Bras. 12: 258-269.

Foster MS. 2001. Mini-review: Rhodoliths, between rocks and soft places. J. Phycol. 37: 659-657.

71 references, page 1 of 5
Abstract
Se describen las poblaciones de las macroalgas submareales predominantemente tropicales que crecen sobre rodolitos entre 4 y 18 m de profundidad en la parte sur del estado de Espirito Santo (Brasil). Muestreos cualitativos y cuantitativos revelaron comunidades ricas en especies de algas, incluyendo 167 especies. Tres especies de rodofitas son nuevas adiciones a la flora marina de Brasil (Lithothamnion muelleri, Scinaia aborealis y Mesophyllum engelhartii). Las marcadas diferencias estacionales en la composición y abundancia de especies de algas carnosas se relacionaron con la inestabilidad causada por el disturbio de tormentas invernales sobre los mantos de rodo...
Subjects
free text keywords: rodolitos, algas marinas de Brasil, comunidad algal bentónica, estado de Espirito Santo, algas coralinas incrustantes, rhodoliths, marine algae of Brazil, benthic algal community, Espirito Santo State, crustose coralline algae
71 references, page 1 of 5

Amado-Filho GM, Horta PA, Brasileiro PS, Barros-Barreto MB, Fujii MT. 2006. Subtidal benthic marine algae of the marine state park of Laje de Santos (São Paulo, Brazil). Braz. J. Oceanogr. 54: 225-234. [OpenAIRE]

Amado-Filho GM, Maneveldt G, Manso RCC, Marins-Rosa BV, Pacheco MR, Guimarães SMPB. 2007. Structure of rhodolith beds from 4 to 55 meters deep along the southern coast of Espírito Santo State, Brazil. Cienc. Mar. 33: 399-410. [OpenAIRE]

Basso D. 1998. Deep rhodolith distribution in the Pontian Islands, Italy: A model for the paleoecology of a temperate sea. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol. 137: 172-187.

Basso D, Nalin R, Nelson CS. 2009. Shallow-water Sporolithon rhodoliths from North Island (New Zealand). Palaios 24: 92-103.

Boogert NJ, Paterson DM, Laland KN. 2006. The implications of niche construction and ecosystem engineering for conservation biology. Bioscience 56: 570-578.

Bordehore C, Ramos-Espala AA, Riosmena-Rodríguez R. 2003. Comparative study of two maerl beds with different otter trawling history, SE Iberian Peninsula. Aquat. Conserv.: Mar. Freshwat. Ecosyst. 13: S43-S54. [OpenAIRE]

Brodie J, Andersen RA, Kawachi M, Millar AJK. 2009. Endangered algal species and how to protect them. Phycologia 48: 423-438.

Chamberlain YM, Keats DW. 1995. The melobesioid alga Mesophyllum engelhartii (Rhodophyta, Corallinaceae) in South Africa. S. Afr. J. Bot. 61: 134-146. [OpenAIRE]

Christie H, Jørgensen NM, Norderhaug KM, Waage-Nielsen E. 2003. Species distribution and habitat exploitation of fauna associated with kelp (Laminaria hyperborea) along the Norwegian coast. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. UK 83: 687-699.

Christie H, Jørgensen NM, Norderhaug KM. 2007. Bushy or smooth, high or low; importance of habitat architecture and vertical position for distribution of fauna on kelp. J. Sea Res. 58: 198-208.

Clarke KR, Warwick RM. 1994. Change in Marine Communities: An approach to statistical analysis and interpretation. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Plymouth, 144 pp.

Crain CM, Bertness MD. 2006. Ecosystem engineering across environmental gradients: Implication for conservation and management. Bioscience 56: 211-218.

Crowder LB, Lyman SJ, Figueira WF, Priddy J. 2000. Source-sink population dynamics and the problem of sitting marine reserves. Bull. Mar. Sci. 66: 799-820. [OpenAIRE]

Figueiredo MAO, Horta PA, Pedrini AG, Nunes JMC. 2008. Benthic marine algae of the coral reefs of Brazil: A literature review. Oecol. Bras. 12: 258-269.

Foster MS. 2001. Mini-review: Rhodoliths, between rocks and soft places. J. Phycol. 37: 659-657.

71 references, page 1 of 5
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