Dieter Barthel

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Specimens of the sponge Halichondria panicea Pallas kept in running sea-water aquaria at 15° C slough off their complete outer tissue layer in regular intervals of three weeks. Sloughing starts at the rim of the oscula and extends over the whole surface within two weeks. Microscopic inspection of the tissue flakes shows them to harbour large numbers of(More)
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