Anne Isabelley Gondim

Anne Isabelley Gondim
Universidade Federal da Paraíba | UFPB · Departamento de Ciências Exatas

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January 2011 - present

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We redescribe Hemieuryale pustulata on the basis of 325 specimens obtained from the continental shelf off northeastern and southeastern Brazil. This is the first record of the species for Brazil. We illustrate for the first time details of the dental plate, oral plate, and vertebrae. Few morphological variations were observed in our extensive mater...
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Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2014 Sea stars of the genus Echinaster are common in reef habitats along the whole Brazilian coastline, being also rarely found in estuarine environments. Because of their intensive exploitation for ornamental purposes, magical-religious rituals, and medical applicati...
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Presently more than 1900 species of sea stars are recognized, of which 77 are recorded for the coast of Brazil. Although the first starfish record in Brazil was published 363 years ago, our knowledge of this fauna remains unsatisfactory from a systematic and ecological point of view, particularly in the north and northeastern regions of the country...
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Rhodolith beds formed by non-articulated calcareous algae have been recognized as important habitats for a range of organisms. The Brazilian coast is home to one of the largest beds of the Southwestern Atlantic, but the lack of faunal studies in these habitats represents one of our major gaps in the knowledge of Brazilian biodiversity. This study c...
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We synonymize Amphipholizona (Ophiolepididae) and Amphigyptis (Hemieuryalidae), suggest their transfer to family Amphiuridae, and propose a new species combination (Amphipholizona perplexa new comb.). We further provide a new diagnosis for the genus Amphipholizona, a dichotomic identification key for the two species now belonging to this genus and...
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The first record of echinoderms from the state of Paraíba appeared in 1789, yet the systematic survey of the phylum along the coast only began in 2008. New species and several new records have been added since. An extensive literature survey and an analysis of the main Echinodermata collections housed in Brazil yielded 74 species. Our qualitative s...
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Ophioderma appressum is a common and abundant ophiuroid species in tropical reef communities. Nevertheless, few studies analyse and describe its biology. In this paper, we evaluate and describe the diet of this species collected at Seixas reefs, João Pessoa, Brazil. Monthly diurnal samples were obtained between September 2018 and July 2019. In tota...
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Knowledge of living crinoids from Brazil is chiefly restricted to the contributions of Dr Luis Roberto Tommasi between the decades of 1950 and 1970. Herein we present an updated catalogue of the crinoids occurring along the Brazilian coast, including data on synonyms, type localities, type material, geographical distribution, bathymetric ranges, an...
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Scientific collections represent a highly relevant social legacy. They provide a source for research and production of human resources at several academic levels and play a key role for the preservation of biodiversity. The Invertebrate Collection Paulo Young (CIPY), held at the Universidade Federal da Paraíba (UFPB), contains one of the most compl...
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The sea urchin Centrostephanus longispinus rubicingulus was rediscovered on the continental shelf of Brazil. The subspecies was merely recorded in 1955, when Bernasconi described Centrostephanus besnardi (a synonym of C. longispinus rubicingulus), on the basis of two specimens collected at Trindade Island (State of Espírito Santo). This is the firs...
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The class Echinoidea contains among the best-known echinoderms. The group has left the most complete fossil record of this phylum, and contains about 1000 living species, of which 51 are recorded along the Brazilian coast. Although the first record of echinoids in Brazil was made 369 years ago, the knowledge of this fauna remains quite unsatisfacto...
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Occurrence of bleaching in scleractinian corals, a hydrocoral, and an octocoral species was observed in a reef community of Paraíba coast, northeastern Brazil, during an unusual thermal stress that occurred in March 2010. Four scleractinian species (Siderastrea stellata, Porites astreoides, Agaricia agaricites, and Mussismilia harttii) and one hydr...
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First record of basket stars Astrocyclus caecilia (Lütken, 1856) and Astrophyton muricatum (Lamarck, 1816) (Echinodermata, Ophiuroidea, Euryalida) for the state of Rio Grande do Norte, northeastern Brazil Abstract: This paper reports the first record of Astrocyclus caecilia for northeastern Brazil and Astrophyton muricatum for the state of Rio Gran...
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New records of Ophiuroidea (Echinodermata) of the Brazilian coast, with notes on its taxonomy and distribution
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A ordem Pectinoida é constituída por quatro superfamílias (Pectinoidea, Plicatuloidea, Anomioidea e Dimyoidea) e oito famílias, das quais apenas Pectinidae, Spondylidae, Propeamussidae, Plicatulidae, Anomiidae e Dimyidae são registradas para o litoral brasileiro (Mikkelsen & Bieler 2008; Rios 1994, 2009). A coleção de Invertebrados Marinhos Paulo Y...
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The genus Diadema presently consists of seven species, two of which are known from the Brazilian coast: D. antillarum and D. ascensionis. The first is usually known for shallow coastal areas, while the second was apparently restricted to oceanic islands. In February 2011, a dense population of D. ascensionis was observed on the coastal reefs of Pra...
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The present study provides the first checklist of echinoderm species that occurs in the States of Maranhão and Piauí, in Northeastern Brazil. The present compilation was produced based on an extensive bibliographical revision and on echinoderms deposited in the Invertebrate Collection Paulo Young, Federal University of Paraíba. Twenty-two species w...
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We provide the first annotated checklist of ophiuroids from the continental shelf of the State of Paraíba, northeastern Brazil. Identification keys and taxonomic diagnoses for 23 species, belonging to 14 genera and 8 families, are provided. The material is deposited in the Invertebrate Collection Paulo Young, at the Federal University of Paraíba. O...
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Collection data of voucher specimens (spec.) collected at Paraíba State continental shelf, Northeastern Brazil. (doi: 10.3897/zookeys.307.4673.app1) File format: Mircrosoft Word Document (doc).
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Data on the size (measured by disk diameter), number of individuals and relative abundance of voucher specimens collected at Paraíba State continental shelf, Northeastern Brazil. SD = standard deviation. (doi: 10.3897/zookeys.307.4673.app2) File format: Mircrosoft Word Document (doc).
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This study provides the first record of the exotic invasive bivalve Isognomon bicolor for the State of Paraíba, Northeastern Brazil. It has been found to occur in at least twelve coastal reefs along the coast. We also present its first record for the State of Alagoas and new record localities for the States of Rio Grande do Norte and Pernambuco, in...
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2012) An association between Hesione picta (Polychaeta: Hesionidae) and Ophionereis reticulata (Ophiuroidea: Ophionereididae) from the Brazilian coast. Zoological Studies 51(6): 762-767. This paper is the 1st report on the association between Hesione pictaand Ophionereis reticulata, based on specimens found in the southwestern Atlantic, State of Pa...
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This study provides an updated morphological description of Asteroporpa (Asteroporpa) annulata based on one specimen from the northeastern coast of Brazil, thus validating the previously uncertain occurrence of this species there. We also provide notes on the known geographic distribution of the subgenus Asteroporpa (Asteroporpa) and comments on ec...
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This study provides an updated morphological description of Asteroporpa (Asteroporpa) annulata based on one specimen from the northeastern coast of Brazil, thus validating the previously uncertain occurrence of this species there. We also provide notes on the known geographic distribution of the subgenus Asteroporpa (Asteroporpa) and comments on ec...
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The Areia Vermelha Marine State Park (Cabedelo Municipality, Paraiba State, Brazil) was established by the State Government to preserve the local biodiversity and to regulate touristic activities in the area. More than a decade after the creation of this park, we provide the first inventory of the benthic macrofauna of this single exclusively marin...
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The Areia Vermelha Marine State Park (Cabedelo Municipality, Paraiba State, Brazil) was established by the State Government to preserve the local biodiversity and to regulate touristic activities in the area. More than a decade after the creation of this park, we provide the first inventory of the benthic macrofauna of this single exclusively marin...
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The present study reports the first occurrence of Ophionereis dolabriformis for Brazil and increases its bathymetric distribution upwards to 14 m. The specimens examined were from the States of Paraíba and Bahia, in north-eastern Brazil. Descriptions, geographical distributions and ecological notes about the species are provided.
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Biota Neotropica is an electronic, peer-reviewed journal edited by the Program BIOTA/FAPESP: The Virtual Institute of Biodiversity. This journal's aim is to disseminate the results of original research work, associated or not to the program, concerned with characterization, conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity within the Neotropical reg...
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The present study examined the fauna of echinoderms at Cabo Branco Beach, João Pessoa, state of Paraíba, Brazil. The beach was formed by the erosion of a sandstone terrace. Thirty two species from four echinoderm classes (Asteroidea, Ophiuroidea, Echinoidea and Holothuroidea) distributed among 18 families and 24 genera were identified. The number o...

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