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Belford, S.G. 2023. Utilization of two DNA barcoding techniques, alongside morphological characters, confirms the presence of zoantharian morphotypes (Cnidaria: Hexacorallia: Zoantharia) along the coast of Toco, Trinidad. Living World, Journal of Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists’ Club 2023:126-135.


Sangre Grande Region Tourism Newsletter. Toco's Coral Reefs. Issue 38, September 2022.


Belford, S.G. 2021. Shallow-water species diversity of common intertidal zoantharians (Cnidaria: Hexacorallia: Zoantharia) along the northeastern coast of Trinidad, southern Caribbean. Oceans 2: 477-488.

Belford, S.G. 2020. Spatial abundance and colour morphotype densities of the rock-boring sea urchin (Echinometra lucunter) at two different habitats. Thalassas: An International Journal of Marine Sciences 36(1): 157-164.

Belford, S.G., Phillip, D.A.T., Rutherford, M.G., Schmidt, R.S., Duncan, E.J. 2019. Biodiversity of coral reef communities in marginal environments along the north-eastern coast of Trinidad, Southern Caribbean. Progress in Aqua Farming and Marine Biology 2(1): 1-23.

Russell, M.L., Belford, S., Crowe, L., Laurencio, D. 2015. Love our coral reefs: Teaching 6-14 year-olds about environmental stewardship and coral reefs using modeling materials found in most cupboards. Green Teacher 107: 29-32.

Folt, B., Laurencio, D., Goessling, J., Birkhead, R., Stiles, J., Stiles, S., Harris, A., Belford, S. 2015. One hundred two new county records for amphibians and reptiles in Alabama, USA. Herpetological Review 46(4): 591-594.

Belford, S.G., Chadwick, N.E., Khalaf, M.A. 2013. Measuring body size in small marine fishes: a comparison of three non-intrusive methods. Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal FAJ-71: 1-8.

Belford, S.G., Phillip, D.A.T. 2012. Intertidal distribution patterns of Zoanthids compared to their Scleractinian counterparts in the southern Caribbean. International Journal of Oceanography & Marine Ecological System 1 (3): 67-75.


Belford, S., Phillip, D. 2011. Rapid assessment of a coral reef community in a marginal habitat in the southern Caribbean: A simple way to know what’s out there. Asian Journal of Biological Sciences 4(7): 520-531.

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