Antar Mijail Pérez-BotelloUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México | UNAM · Unidad Multidiciplinaria de Docencia e Investigación
Antar Mijail Pérez-Botello
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I am a passionate person about marine symbiotic interactions. I currently work at an academic facility in Sisal, Yucatán, at the Mexican National University. My research is focused on Marine Biology and Ecology. My actual project drives to the diversity patterns and multiscale reef sponges-dwelling fauna changes in the Topical Nordwest Atlantic.
Bartholomea annulata is a facultative host of the A. armatus species complex. In the Mexican Caribbean it is commonly found in cracks and crevices located where the vertical walls meet the sandy bottom or on large coral patches away from the sand. To protect themselves from predators, anemones often contract their hydraulic body into a cavernous de...
Within tropical shallow-water coral reefs, marine sponges provide microhabitats for a wide range of fauna. Although there have been numerous studies and reports of symbiotic relationships amongst sponges and their associated fauna, those pieces of information are isolated and disconnected. For this reason, based on the available literature, we comp...
English (IMPORTATN: To download de dataset pleas folow the DOI 10.5281/zenodo.3333023) New version of the long-awaited database of guest/host relationships in reef sponges. +500 new records of 19 different papers were added. With this update we have a more complete database and information from groups such as Cnidarians, Fish and Mollusks is recov...
Foraging activity of bees depends on a combination of their biology, floral traits attractive for bees and environmental factors. We carried out this study to determine whether the variation of floral aperture, floral display and environmental factors throughout the day influence the foraging activity and composition of bee visitors in Kallstroemia...