Caribbean Coral Associate ID

Iain Macdonald I.Macdonald at
Fri Apr 6 11:39:37 EDT 2001

Dear all

I am trying to locate photographic identification of coral associates 
(by this term i include macroborers (not micro-borers i.e. less than 
1mm) - such as boring sponges, worms etc - and any encrusting 
organisms i.e. coralline algae, bryozoans etc.). I have had a great 
deal of success looking through the literature however most 
references are not available to me first hand. I only get photocopies 
which sometimes do not allow adequate resolution. If anybody has 
jpeg's that they would send to me or knows of a web site with 
detailed pic's then i would be grateful if they could contact me for 
my "want list" of organisms. Alternatively if you have authored a 
paper or submitted a PhD or other degree with such information 
please respond to me at

I.Macdonald at

PS The phoenix effect will make a comeback soon, once i collate 
all my facts and references.

Cheers, once again

Iain Macdonald
Room E402 John Dalton Extension Building,
Department of Environmental and Geographical Science,
Manchester Metropolitan University,
Chester Street,
M1 5GD
Tel: 0161 247 6234
Fax: 0161 247 6318

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