This volume presents the results of a marine biological assessment in the shallow waters of the northern Abrolhos Bank, located off the southern coast of Bahia in Brazil, a region that supports the richest coral reef fauna in the southern Atlantic. The survey, conducted by the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, recorded nearly 1,300 species, including seventeen mollusk and one fish species new to science, and identified conservation priorities for the region.
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Guilherme F. Dutra works in the marine program at Conservation International, Brazil. Gerald R. Allen is a research scientist for the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science. Timothy Werner is senior scientist and consortium director at the New England Aquarium. Sheila A. McKenna is director of the marine biodiversity assessment program of the Center for Applied Biodiversity Science at Conservation International.
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