Roberto González Gómez
Roberto González Gómez
Instituto de Ciencias Marinas y Pesquerías, Universidad Veracruzana
Verified email at estudiantes.uv.mx
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An integrative taxonomic approach reveals Octopus insularis as the dominant species in the Veracruz Reef System (southwestern Gulf of Mexico)
R González-Gómez, I de los Angeles Barriga-Sosa, R Pliego-Cárdenas, ...
PeerJ 6, e6015, 2018
162018
Diversity and abundance of conspicuous macrocrustaceans on coral reefs differing in level of degradation
R González-Gómez, P Briones-Fourzán, L Álvarez-Filip, ...
PeerJ 6, e4922, 2018
152018
Reproductive dynamics and population structure of Octopus insularis from the Veracruz Reef System marine protected area, Mexico
R Gonzalez-Gomez, C Meiners-Mandujano, PS Morillo-Velarde, ...
Fisheries Research 221, 105385, 2020
42020
Octopus insularis as a new marine model for evolutionary developmental biology
E Maldonado, E Rangel-Huerta, R González-Gómez, G Fajardo-Alvarado, ...
Biology open 8 (11), 2019
12019
Emerging aquatic alien invasive species: trends and challenges for Mexican fisheries in the extended gulf of Mexico basin
C Meiners-Mandujano, R González-Gómez, L Jiménez-Badillo, ...
Mexican Aquatic Environments, 195-217, 2019
12019
The first record of Tremoctopus violaceus sensu stricto Delle Chiaje,1830 in southwestern Gulf of Mexico gives a hint of the taxonomic status of Tremoctopus gracilis
RPC María de Lourdes Jiménez-Badillo, César Meiners-Mandujano, Gabriela ...
ZooKeys 1012, 2021
2021
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