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Diversity, Volume 11, Issue 10 (October 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The cyanobacteriosponge Terpios hoshinota encrusts live in coral, giant clams and other benthos and [...] Read more. The cyanobacteriosponge Terpios hoshinota encrusts live in coral, giant clams and other benthos and are a threat to benthic communities on coral reefs. Its presence has been reported throughout the Indo-Pacific, including the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, but to date, not in Western Australia. This study provides the first record for T. hoshinota in the Eastern Indian Ocean, on inshore coral reefs of the Kimberley region. Despite the near-pristine status of the Kimberley, we recommend that reef monitoring should audit this remote region for this and other invasive species. View this paper.