4 edition of Benthic marine Cypridinacea from Hawaii (Ostracoda) found in the catalog.
Benthic marine Cypridinacea from Hawaii (Ostracoda)
Kornicker, Louis S.
Bibliography: p. 24.
|Statement||Louis S. Kornicker.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ; 231, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 231.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 231, QL444.O85 .S54 no. 231|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||76608029|
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Notes Algae: Marine algae numbers are from an identification manual in preparation by I.A. Abbott & W. Magruder; numbers for freshwater and terrestrial species are only estimates, except for Vis et. () who reported 34 species; all other existing literature is outdated and unreliable (e.g., MacCaughey ).
Protozoa: Chave () noted more than species in Hawaiian waters. How many species are there in Hawaii. 1 L UCIUS G. E LDREDGE 2 and S COTT E. M ILLER (Department of Natural Sciences, Bishop Museum, P.O. Box A, Honolulu, HawaiiUSA). Melavargula sp. female specimens c, d (valves and limbs in alcohol), collected by Mark Grygier from plankton attracted to light at night from off pier of Sesoko Marine Science Center, The.
Zong-guo, Huang (ed.), Marine Species and their Distribution in China’s Seas: p. China. [In Chinese]: Zongguo, Zhuang (ed.), Marine Species and their Distribution in China's Seas. Krieger, USA Zou, RenLin, Shan-Wen and Yiang-Hu, Reef building corals of shallow waters of Hainan island: viii, 66 p.
Peking: Kexue Chuban She. Full text of "The Natural history of Enewetak Atoll" See other formats. Full text of "NOAA technical report NMFS SSRF" See other formats.
Books on Crustacea. Books on Decapods. Books on the remaining groups of Crustaceans like Amipopds, Isopods, Copepods etc. ^back to the mainpage Antiquarian books ^ Books on Crustacea. Blake, J.A. & P.V. Scott (eds), Taxonomic Atlas of the Benthic Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel.
Vol. The Pycnogonida. Australian Geology & Geophysics - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Zoologische Mededelingen Brattegard, T. and C.
Sankarankutty. On prezoea and zoea of Geryon tridens Kroyer (Crustacea Decapoda). Sarsia Brattstrom, H. Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas 1. The cruise ingeneral report. Sarsia Brattstrom, H. Marine biological investigations in the. Contributions to the Knowledge of the Alpheid Shrimp of the Pacific Ocean.
PartXII. Collections from the Marshall and caroline Islands. Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology. ; Contributions to the Knowledge of the Alpheid Shrimp of the Pacific Ocean, VIII. Losses of Specimens in the Fire of the Hawaii Marine Laboratory.
Indigenous species are those species which naturally occur in the islands but are not endemic to the islands (i.e., they also occur naturally elsewhere). For birds, visitors are nonresident species; migratory birds follow a repeatable pattern of occurrence in the islands.