volume 21, issue 1, P11-12 2019
DOI: 10.3755/galaxea.21.1_11
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Abstract: observed in 1990 in a single tidal pool (<3 m in depth) containing less than 50 small individual colonies at Chaishan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Lin et al. 2012). Due to its rarity and vulnerability to anthropogenic disturbances, namely coastal development and pollution at the holotype locality, it is listed as a highly-endangered species by the Taiwan Wildlife Act (COA 2017). Remarkably, a second population of P. chaishanensis (Fig. 1A), located at 150-170 cm below average sea level and exposed to air during the mon…

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