Keywords:marine sciences, crowdsourcing, open sciences
We are pleased to publish our first Citizen Science research article in this journal. We believe this type of collaborative activities must be present here as recognition of citizens’ interest in marine sciences and their growing concern for the protection of the environment. We proudly deliver to you an Illustrated Checklist of Anguilliforms from Mayote lagoon, made by combining data from the literature and underwater photographic and visual censuses.
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