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Saving our ecologically important coral reefs


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The underappreciated "smaller Majority" that dominate marine ecosystems

Parasites: Rulers of the reef

New coral reef crustacean described and named after late reggae performer Bob Marley

Discovery of "Bob Marley" produces changes in ASU professor's life

Stir it up: Naming of Caribbean reef parasite creates controversy

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