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Full text:[...]  DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XXX, pp. 161-300 Issued by the National Institute of Oceanography THE DISTRIBUTION OF PELAGIC POLYCHAETES IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC OCEAN by Norman Tebble British Museum (Natural [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XVI, pp. 1-150, plates I-V Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands COAST FISHES PART [...]
Full text:[...] °) DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XII, pp. 1-58 Issued, by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands COAST FISHES PART I. THE SO [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS \k Vol. XVIII, pp. 1-10$, plate I Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands COAST FISHES PAR [...]
Full text:[...] gQ "TERRA NOVA" EXPEDITION. srx z rsxr s sz ~.h' 'meglspheric form ranging between 2 and 7 mm. in length, and the microsphere between 2 and J mm. MARSIPELLA, Norman. 97 Marsipella elongata, Norman. P [...]
Full text:[...] m HYDROIDA—TOTTON. 161 been stabilised. Wyville Thomson (1853) established the genus Reticularia for Hassal's species which is the genotype. Hincks (1868) needlessly substituted a new name Filellum b [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. II, pp. 261-370, plate II, text-figs. 1-47 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands OC [...]
Full text:[...] Dr Norman Heaps. suitable employment. He therefore readily responded to a 1951 recruitment drive by the Royal Naval Scientific Service, and accepted a post attached to the Department of Naval Constru [...]
Full text:[...] RHABDOPLEURA —NORMAN. 97 A B Fig. 1.—Rhabdopleura 'normani. Portions of peristomes (X 56). A, Specimen from Norway (Harmer ]())• B, Specimen from Tristan d'Acunha. wall of the creeping portion, conve [...]
Full text:[...] 282 "TERRA NOVA" EXPEDITION. from Japan, but may be distinguished by its much shorter and more obtuse rostral plate. Distribution.—Known only from New Zealand. It has been recorded from Otago and Lyt [...]
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