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Commercial shellfish farming is increasing in Brazil to provide for the growing local and international markets. Shellfish (mussel and oyster) production in Brazil is greatest in the state of Santa Catarina where three sea ports with national and international commerce are sources of non-indigenous species (NIS) that have the potential to find suitable habitat in the shellfish farms. Here we describe the tunicate community associated with shellfish farms during the past 10 years. Survey resultsdoi:10.3391/ai.2009.4.1.20 fatcat:prflfuigzvaczkdskmdjnqszry