Diversity, Volume 12, Issue 2 (February 2020) – 45 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Marine Heterobranchia are beautiful and enigmatic animals, fascinating not only biologists. North Sulawesi (Indonesia) is a hotspot for these animals. We have performed the first diversity study about this group of sea slugs in this area, in particular, Bangka Archipelago. We found 149 species in this first monitoring, and 33 of them are new to science. All species are depicted alive in photos taken under water or in the laboratory. Statistical analyses show that this number is far from final, showing that monitoring is essential for documenting diversity shifts due to environmental changes. View this paper.
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