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1.  Occurrence of Ulcerative Lesions in Sea Stars (Asteroidea) of theNorthern Gulf of California, USA.LinkIT
Vergneau-Grosset C, Boudreau R, Favoretto F, Beauchamp G, Chicoine AJ, Sánchez C, Doucet MY
Journal of wildlife diseases, 2022

2.  [Space-time variation of Scleractinia, Gorgonacea, Gastropoda, Bivalvia, Cephalopoda, Asteroidea, Echinoidea and Holothuroidea, from shallow bottom in San Jose Island, Gulf of California].LinkIT
Holguin Quiñones OE, González Medina Fde J, Solís Marín F, Félix Pico EF
Revista de biologia tropical, 2008

3.  [The echinoderms (Echinodermata) from El Salvador].LinkIT
Enrique Barraza J, Roberto Hasbún C
Revista de biologia tropical, 2005

4.  Bioerosion caused by the sea urchin Diadema Mexicanum (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) at Bahías de Huatulco, Western Mexico.LinkIT
Herrera-Escalante T, López-Pérez RA, Leyte-Morales GE
Revista de biologia tropical, 2005

5.  [Sea star (Asteroidea) association structures on the rocky reef in the Gulf of California, Mexico].LinkIT
Reyes Bonilla H, González Azcárraga A, Rojas Sierra A
Revista de biologia tropical, 2005

6.  [Asteroidea, Echinoidea y Holothuroidea in shallow bottoms of Bahía de Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico].LinkIT
Holguin Quiñones O, Wright López H, Solís Marín F
Revista de biologia tropical, 2000