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Ascidians from the Strait of Magellan
In the Magellan region, Ascidiacea appear to be a dominant invertebrate group at depths from 5 - 20 m. Most of the present collection, made by scuba divers in the Strait of Magellan, have aExpand
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On the introduction of the ascidian Ciona savignyi Herdman, 1882 into Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan
The occurrence of the solitary ascidian Ciona savignyi Herdman, 1882 in Vostok Bay (Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan) was first documented in 2004. Adult specimens occurred in fouling communities ofExpand
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Some Actiniaria from the Commander Islands (Cnidaria: Anthozoa)
Six species of sea anemones are found in material from the Commander Islands. A new genus and species of the family Isanthidae (Paraisanthus tamarae gen. et sp. n.) is described. Cnidopus Carlgren,Expand
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The genera Urticina and Cribrinopsis (Anthozoa: Actiniaria) from the north‐western Pacific
Three species of Cribrinopsis and two species of Urticina from Kamchatka, Commander Islands, and the Sea of Okhotsk are discussed. It is confirmed that the widely distributed north‐east PacificExpand
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ASCIDIANS FROM THE NORTH-WESTERN PACIFIC REGION
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The first species of Actiniaria, Spongiactis japonica gen.n., sp.n. (Cnidaria: Anthozoa), an obligate symbiont of a glass sponge
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A new species of the genus Oscarella (Porifera: Homosclerophorida: Plakinidae) from the North-West Pacific
Une nouvelle espece du genre Oscarella (Porifera: Homosclerophorida: Plakinidae) du nord-ouest Pacifique. Une espece nouvelle de Spongiaires de genre Oscarella, O. kamchatkensis sp. nov., est decriteExpand
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Deep-water Actiniaria from East Pacific hydrothermal vents and cold seeps
Four species of sea anemones from East Pacific hydrothermal vents and one species from cold seeps are discussed. A species from cold seeps, Seepactis galkini gen. nov., sp. nov, possesses acontia andExpand
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The introduction of the ascidian Molgula manhattensis (De Kay, 1843) into Peter the Great Bay (Sea of Japan)
The occurrence of the solitary ascidian Molgula manhattensis (De Kay, 1843) in fouling communities of test plates immersed in the Golden Horn Inlet (Vladivostok port) and in the Rynda Inlet (RusskyExpand
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