New Species of Moray Eel discovered in the Red Sea: here.
A genetic survey shows very little structure to moray eel populations in the Indo-Pacific. How, then, did 150 species of eel arise there? Here.
Talking about marine life; from the Taipei Times:
Marine researcher discovers new species of sea slug
By Kuo Fang-chi
A new species of sea slug was discovered last month off the coast of Green Island by Taiwanese marine biologist Chen Ming-huei. It has been temporarily nicknamed “little strawberry” until an official name can be determined. …
Chen reportedly set a new record by finding more than 30 species of sea slugs native to Green Island during his survey.
To confirm his finding, Chen sent an e-mail to a sea slug expert, Richard Willan — the curator of molluscs at the Northern Territories Museum in Darwin, Australia.
Willan confirmed that “little strawberry,” a type of nudibranch, which belongs to the Trotonia species, was a new discovery.