Publications

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PRE-REVISED SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL

2020. (Early view in 2019) Tibiriçá, Y., Pola, M., Deneb, J. O., Cervera, L. J. Systematic review of the ‘Chromodoris quadricolor group’ of East Africa including the description of two new species of the genus Chromodoris Alder & Hancock, 1855 (Heterobranchia, Nudibranchia). J Zool Syst Evol Res., 58, 230–261, doi.org/10.1111/jzs.12334

2019. (Published online in 2017). Tibiriçá, Y., Pola, M. Cervera, L. J. Two new species of the genus Aldisa Bergh, 1878 (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia, Nudibranchia) from southern Mozambique. Marine Biodiversity, 49: 43¬–56, doi.org/10.1007/s12526-017-0752-x

2018. Tibiriçá, Y.; Pola, M.; Cervera, L. J. Systematics of the genus Halgerda Bergh, 1880 (Heterobranchia: Nudibranchia) of Mozambique, with descriptions of six new species. Invertebrate Systematics, 32, 1388¬–1421, doi.org/10.1071/IS17095

2017. Tibiriçá, Y., Pola, M. Cervera, L.J. Astonishing diversity revealed: an annotated and illustrated inventory of Nudipleura (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia) from Mozambique. Monograph.Zootaxa, 4359(1):1-133, ISBN 978-1-77670-279-4, doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4359.1.1

2017. Tibiriçá, Y., Malaquias, M. The bubble snails (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia) of Mozambique: an overlooked biodiversity hotspot. Marine Biodiversity, 47(3), 791-811, doi.org/10.1007/s12526-016-0500-7

2016. Smallegange, I., Ourderaa, I., Tibiriçá, Y. Effects of yearling, juvenile and adult survival on reef manta ray (Manta alfredi) demography. PeerJ 4:e2370, doi.org/10.7717/peerj.2370

2016. Lima, P. O.; Tibiriçá, Y; Simone, L. R. A new large and common species of Doris (Gastropoda, Nudibranchia) from the Western Indian Ocean. Journal of Conchology, 42(4), 205-212.

2011. Tibiriçá, Y.; Birtles, A.; Valentine, P.; Miller, D. Diving Tourism in Mozambique – an opportunity at risk? Tourism in Marine Environment, v3/4, 141-151, doi.org/10.3727/154427311X13195453162732

2010. Tibiriçá, Y. Turismo de Mergulho no Sudeste de Moçambique, no caminho para a sustentabilidade. Análises Preliminares. Revista de Divulgação Científica do Instituto de Pesca, n44, Moçambique.

2006. Tibiriçá, Y.J.A.; Coelho, L.F.; Moura, L.C. Florística de lianas em um fragmento de floresta estacional semidecidual, Parque Estadual de Vassununga, Santa Rita do Passa Quatro, SP, Brasil. Acta Botanica Brazilica, v2, 339-346, x.doi.org/10.1590/S0102-33062006000200009

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2014. Pereira, M.A., Litulo, C., R.S., Santos, Leal, M., Tibiriçá, Y., Williams, J., Atanassov, B., Carreira, F., Massingue, A., da Silva, I.M. and Fernandes, R. Mozambique Marine Ecosystems Review. Report Prepared for Foundation Ensemble. 139p. Maputo, Mozambique.

2010. Pierce, S. J.; Marshall, A. D.; Tibiriçá, Y. The Status of Whale Sharks in Mozambique and Rationale for Legislative Protection. Government Report for the Tourism Ministry of Mozambique. 10p. Pierce_et_al_whale_sharks Portuguese

2009. Edyvane K., McWilliam, K., Quintas J, Turner A., Penny S., Teixeira I., Pereira C., Tibirica, Y., Birtles, A. Coastal & Marine Ecotourism Values, Issues & Opportunities on the North Coast of Timor Leste Government Report.Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries, National Directorate of Tourism, Government of Timor Leste.

2007.  Tibiriçá, Y.J.A. The potential for sustainably managed SCUBA diving tourism to assist in both community development and coral reef conservation in developing countries – with a focus on a case study from Timor Leste (East Timor). Master Project in Ecotourism.James Cook University, Australia. 154p.

2003. Tibiriçá, Y.J.A. Composition and distribution of vines in a forest fragment, Vassununga State Park, Brazil. Bachelor thesis. Universidade Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filo (UNESP), Brazil. 98p.

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CONFERENCE PROCEENDING

2014. Tibiriçá,Y., Brumme, S. Loosing unknown biodiversity. Abstract(oral presentation). Conservation Science in Mozambique, Conference, Maputo, Mozambique.

2013. Tibiriçá,Y. Building to share conservation issues. Abstract (poster presentation) 8thWIOMSA Western Indian Ocean Marine Sience Association Symposium/Mozambique

2013. Tibiriçá,Y. Sampling Methods on ‘Opisthobranch’ Research – Advantages and Disadvantages. Abstract (poster presentation). 2013 8thWIOMSA Western Indian Ocean Marine Sience Association Symposium/Mozambique

2013. Tibiriçá,Y. Nudipleura of Mozambique. World Congress of Malacology. Abstract (oral presentation). Revista de Estudos Açorianos. Suplemento 8. Ponta Delgada. 22nd-28th July, Azores, pg.188

2013. Padua, V.; Cunha, C.M.; Bahia, J.; Tibiriçá,Y.; Lima, O.P.; Saad, L.; Correia, M.D.; Sovierzoski, H.H.; Malaquias, M.; Tocino, L.S.; Gómez, J.C.G.; Simone, L.R.; Cervera, J.L. Following Sea Slugs: Results of a recent opisthobranch expedition in the Northeastern and Southeastern Brazilian CoastsAbstract (poster presentation). Revista de Estudos Açorianos. Suplemento 8. Ponta Delgada. 22nd-28th July, Azores, pg.196

2013. Tibiriçá, C.E.J.A; Tibiriçá,Y.Too many pictures? Manta ray photo ID software as solution. Abstract(oral presentation). 7thWIOMSA Scientific Sympoium. 24th-29thOctober 2011. Mombasa, Kenya. pg. 188

2011. Tibiriçá, Y.; Brumme, S.; Bruck, S. Fish List of Reef-associate in Zavora, including eighteen new records to Mozambique.Abstract (poster presentation). 7thWIOMSA Scientific Sympoium. 24th-29thOctober 2011. Mombasa, Kenya. pg. 189

2004. Tibiriçá,Y.J.A.; Pinheiro, B.R. Perceptions about coral reef conservation by “Expo Adventure” visitors. Recife/PE. Abstract(poster presentation).Oceanographic Brazilian Congress. Itajai/SC, Brazil.

2004. Azevedo, M.C.J.; Tibiriçá,Y.J.A. Fisherman understanding of squid (Loligo plei) seasonality, Ihabela/SP. Abstract(poster presentation).Oceanographic Brazilian Congress. Itajai/SC, Brazil.

2003 Tibiriçá,Y.J.A.; Coelho, L.F.; Moura, L.C. Vines floristic composition in a fragment forest, Vassununga State Park, Santa Rita do Passa Quatro – SP. Expanded Abstract (poster presentation).Ecology Brazilian Conference. Fortaleza – CE / Brazil.

2001 Valadao, L.M.; Tibiriçá,Y.J.A.; Revegetation of a degraded area, Morungaba – Sao Paulo. Abstract (poster presentation). Initiation Scientific Congress, Instituto de Biociencias, Rio Clrao/SP, Brazil.

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PUBLICATION IN NON-SCIENTIFIC MAGAZINES

2011. Tibiriçá,Y. Mozambique Sea of Giants. Decostop Magazine

2010.  Tibiriçá,Y. Sea Slugs – striking predators in living colour. Beyond Blue Magazine

2010.  Tibiriçá,Y.; Wright, J. Klipfontein.  Beyond Blue Magazine (48-51pp.)

2006. Tibiriçá,Y. Mozambique and the environment. Stories from a young scientist. Etico Atualiza Magazine. Ano4. (76-80pp.)

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