Camilla Souto, American marine zoologist.

  • Department of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley

Taxon names authored

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Publications edit

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2011 edit

  • Souto C, Manso CLC & Martins LR. 2011. Rediscovery and redescription of Cassidulus infidus (Echinoidea: Cassidulidae) from Northeastern Brazil. Zootaxa, 3095, 39–48

2012 edit

  • Martins L, Souto C, Magalhães WF, Alves OFS, Rosa I & Sampaio CLS. 2012. Echinoderm harvesting in Todos-os-Santos Bay, Bahia state, Brazil: the aquarium trade. Sitientibus, 12, 53–59.
  • Martins L, Souto C & Menegola C. 2012. A new genus and new species of Sclerodactylidae (Holothuroidea) from the Southwestern Atlantic coast. Zootaxa, 3506, 54–62.
  • Martins L, Souto C & Menegola C. 2012. First record of Holothuria (Theelothuria) princeps and Thyone pawsoni [Echinodermata: Holothuroidea] in the South Atlantic Ocean. Mar Biodivers Rec, 5, e98.

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2018 edit

  • Souto, C. & Martins, L. 2018. Synchrotron micro-CT scanning leads to the discovery of a new genus of morphologically conserved echinoid (Echinodermata: Cassiduloida). Zootaxa 4457(1): 70–92. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4457.1.3   Reference page
  • Martins L, Souto C, Braga J & Tavares M. 2018. Echinoidea and Holothuroidea (Echinodermata) of the Trindade & Martin Vaz Archipelago, off Brazil, with new records and remarks on taxonomy and species composition. JMBA, 98(3), 521–555.
  • Souto C, Martins L & Menegola C. 2018. Giving up on elaborate dermal ossicles: a new genus of ossicleless Apodida (Holothuroidea). JMBA, 98(7), 1685–1688.

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2021 edit

  • Martins L, Souto C & Tavares M. 2021. Exploring the macrostructural anatomy of dendrochirotid sea cucumber’s (Echinodermata) calcareous rings under micro-computed tomography (μCT) and its bearing on phylogeny. J Anat, 238(6), 1386-1403.
  • Cunha R, Martins L, Menegola C, Souto C. 2021. Taxonomy of the sea stars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) from Bahia State, including ontogenetic variations and an illustrated key to the Brazilian species. Zootaxa, 4955(1), 1–78.
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