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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (2)
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Monro, C. C. A.
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (12)
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Monro, C. C. A.
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (2)
Full text:[...] Reports. Vol. II, pp. 1-222, text-figs. 1-91, October, 1930.] POLYCHAETE WORMS By C. C. A. MONRO, [...]
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'Discovery' reports (12)
Full text:[...] Reports. Vol. XII, pp. 59-198 January, 1936] POLYCHAETE WORMS. II By C. C. A. MONRO, M.A. Assistant Keeper in the Department of Zoology, British [...]
Full text:[...] behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands POLYCHAETE WORMS by C. C. A. Monro, M.A. CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1930 Price eighteen shillings [...]
Full text:[...] of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands POLYCHAETE WORMS. II by C. C. A. Monro, M.A, CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 1936 Price eighteen shillings [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (30)
Full text:[...] p. 259). The following species of Polynoinae were reported from the collections of ' Discovery' by Monro (1930) but have not been found in the present work. Nectochaeta caroli Fauvel, 1914 Nectochaeta [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (12)
Full text:[...] Trypanosyllis taeniaefonnis (Haswell) Pionosyllis comosa, Gravier Nereis (Eunereis) hardyi, Monro Nereis cricognatha, Ehlers Nereis callaoana, Grube Nereis jacksoni, Kinberg Neph.th.ys dibranchis, [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (30)
Full text:[...] Anal cirri are lanceolate with a supporting central rib. Discussion. I have re-examined Monro's (1930) specimen of Sagitella cornuta, from 'Discovery', St 258 (B.M.(N.H.), Reg. no. [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (30)
Full text:[...] by 4-6 mm. wide, though exceptionally specimens up to 34 mm. long have been found (for example, Monro, 1930, as Travisiopsis sp.). The body is spindle-shaped and there are twenty-five segments. [...]
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