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Welcome to Panglao Marine Biodiversity Project 2004 Website!

MARINE SPECIES RICHNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE
INDO-PACIFIC BIODIVERSITY GRADIENT

PROJECT INVESTIGATORS:

  • Dr. Philippe Bouchet, is a Senior Professor at the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (MNHN) and Head of the Taxonomy-Collections Unit. The overall coordinator of the Panglao Marine Biodiversity Project 2004 and was responsible for selecting the site and the participants and developing partnerships with local institutions and administrations. pbouchet@mnhn.fr
  • Dr. Danilo Largo, is the chairman of the Biology Department at the University of San Carlos, Cebu. He is one of the principal investigators of the Panglao Marine Biodiversity Project 2004. He specializes on seaweed disease and primarily works on the red alga Eucheuma/Kappaphycus. In Panglao Project, he coordinates with the Principal Project Investigator and the Philippine participants as well as overall logistic support. panglaodl@yahoo.com

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11.06.04 - Cerithioidea / "No! it was mine! it was in my samples..hehehe", teasingly confirms Virginie as she refers to the gastropod speculated to be a new species. This mollusc (see pic) belongs to the Superfamily Cerithioidea and will also be joining the crab of Joelle in the Tshirt Design... Read More -Virginie Heros, Paris, France-
10.06.04 - A Fascinating Bivalve / resembles a nudibranch and one I haven't seen before was something noteworthy for the day...
Read More -Pierre Lozouet, Paris, France-
08.06.04 - Mollusc association / Some molluscs are particularly associated with cnidarians (commonly living in soft and hard corals). Incredibly to date, there have been 15 species seen alive for the first time... Read More - Dr. Marco Oliverio, Italy--
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