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Stylophora pistillata, Esper 1797

 Hood coral        
   
 (Alex Coughlan, 2012)

 

 

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Summary


Physical Description


Ecology


Life History & Behaviour


Anatomy & Physiology


Evolution & Systematics


Biogeographic Distribution


Conservation & Threats


References & Links

References & Links


All pictures belong to the author of this webpage unless otherwise stated.


Links


ICUN Red List: http://www.iucnredlist.org/
Indo Pacific Coral Finder: http://www.coralhub.info/
Corals of the World online: http://coral.aims.gov.au/
CoralWatch: http://www.coralwatch.org

References

ANTHONY, K. R. N., KLINE, D. I., DIAZ-PULIDO, G., DOVE, S. & HOEGH-GULDBERG, O. 2008. Ocean acidification causes bleaching and productivity loss in coral reef builders. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 105, 17442-17446.

ATODA, K. 1947. Thelarva and postlarval development of some reef building corals. II Stylophora pistillata (Esper). The Science Reports of the Tohoku University, Fourth Series, 20,105-121.

BAIRD, A. & MORSE, A.N. C. 2004. Induction of metamorphosis in larvae of the brooding corals Acropora palifera and Stylophora pistillata. Marine and Freshwater Research, 55, 469-472.

CAIRNS, S. D., HOEKSEM A,B. W. & VAN DER LAND, J. 1999. Appendix: list of extant stony corals. Atoll Research Bulletin, 459, 13-46.

CALDEIRA, K. & WICKETT, M. E. 2003. Oceanography: Anthropogenic carbon and ocean pH. Nature, 425, 365.

CASTRO, P. 1976. Brachyuran crabs symbiotic with scleratinian corals; a review of their biology. Micronesica, 12, 99-110.

EDWARDS, A. & EMBERTON, H. 1980. Crustacea associated with the Scleratinian coral Stylophorapistillata in the Sudanese Red Sea. Journalof Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 42, 225-240.

FALKOWSKI, P. G.,DUBINSKY, Z., MUSCATINE, L. & PORTER, J. W. 1984. Light and bioenergetics of a symbiotic coral. Bioscience, 11, 705-709.

FLOT, J. F., BLANCHOT,J., CHARPY, L., CRUAUD, C., LICUANAN, W. Y., NAKANO, Y., PAYRI, C. & TILLIER, S. 2011. Incongruence between morphotypes and genetically delimited species in the coral genus Stylophora: phenotypic plasticity, morphological convergence, morphological stasis or interspecific hybridization? BMC Ecol, 11, 22.

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FRICKE, H. W. 1980. Control of different mating systems in a coral reef fish by one environmental factor. Animal Behaviour, 28, 561-569.

GATTUSO, J.-P.,ALLEMAND, D. & FRANKIGNOULLE, M. 1999. Photosynthesis and calcification at cellular, organismal and community levels in coral reefs: a review on interactions and control by carbonate chemistry. American Zoologist, 39,160-183.

GATTUSO, J.-P., PICHON,M. & JAUBERT, J. 1991. Physiology and taxonomy of scleractinian corals: a case study in the genus Stylophora Coral Reefs, 9, 172-182.

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HIDAKA, M. 1992. Use of nematocyst morphology for taxonomy of some related species of scleractinian corals. Galaxea, 11, 21-28.

HOEKSEMA, B. W., ROGERS,A. & QUIBILAN, M. 2008. Stylophora pistillata. IUCN 2012: IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2012.2.

KANIEWSKA, P., ANTHONY, K. R. N. & HOEGH-GULDBERG, O. 2008. Variation in colony geometry modulates internal light levels in branching corals, Acropora humilis and Stylophora pistillata. Marine Biology, 155, 649-660.

KLEYPAS, J. A., BUDDEMEIER, R. W., ARCHER, D., GATTUSO, J.-P., LANGDON, C. & OPDYKE, B. N. 1999. Geochemical consequences of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide on coral reefs. Science, 284, 118-120.

KNUDSEN, J. W. 1967. Trapezia and Tetraliu (Decapoda, Brachyura, Xnathidae) as obligate ectoparasites of pocilloporid and acroporid corals. Pacific Science, 21, 51-57.

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LAJEUNESSE, T. C., LOH,W. K. W., VAN WOESIK, R., HOEGH-GULDBERG, O., SCHMIDT, G. W. & FITT, W. K. 2003. Low symbiont diversity in southern Great Barrier Reef corals, relative to those of the Caribbean. Limnology and Oceanography, 48, 2046-2054.

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LANGDON, C., BROECKER,W. S., HAMMOND, D. E., EDWARD, G., FITZSIMMONS, K., NELSON, S. G., PENG, T.-H.,HAJDAS, I. & BONANI, G. 2003. Seawater carbonate chemistry and community metabolism during an experiment with a coral reef. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 17, 1011.

LIBERMAN, T., GENIN, A. & LOYA, Y. 1994. Effects on growth and reproduction of the coral Stylophora pistillata by the mutualistic damselfish Dascyllus marginatus. Marine Biology, 121, 741-746.

LOYA, Y. 1976. Red seacoral Stylophora pistillata is an R-strategist. Nature, 259, 478-480.

MASS, T., EINBINDER, S., BROKOVICH, E., SHASHAR, N., VAGO, R., EREZ, J. & DUBINSKY, Z. 2007. Photoacclimation of Stylophora pistillata to light extremes: metabolism and calcification. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 314, 93-102.

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PUTNAM, H. M., EDMUNDS,P. J. & FAN, T.-Y. 2008. Effect of temperature of the settlement choice andphotophysiology of larvae from the reef coral Stylophora pistillata. Biological Bulletin, 215, 135-142.

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RINKEVICH, B. & LOYA, Y. 1979a. The reproduction of the Red Sea Coral Stylophora pistillata. I. Gonads and Planulae. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1, 133-144.

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TAKABAYASHI, M., CARTER,D. A., LOPEZ, J. V. & HOEGH-GULDBERG, O. 2003. Genetic variation of the scleractinian coral Stylophora pistillata, from western Pacific reefs. Coral Reefs, 22, 17-22.

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