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The dinoflagellates of northern seas
A tube supporting tie for transversely tying together two closely spaced parallel tubes having a near side and a far side. The tie comprises at least one right-hand S-shaped strap bridging the nearExpand
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A review of the British marine Cercariae
The study of the life-histories of digenetic Trematodes is as yet in its infancy. Many new adult forms are described every year, but very little is known of the life-history of any of these. It isExpand
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The Food of Plankton Organisms
Last year preliminary results on the feeding of some of the commoner plankton organisms were published (1922). Further progress is made this year, more especially on the living animals, chieflyExpand
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The Planktonic Diatoms of Northern Seas
THIS book is indispensable to all biologists interested in the life of the ocean. The families, genera, and species are clearly defined and well illustrated, their distribution properly recorded.Expand
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The Eggs and Newly Hatched Young of the Common Blennies from the Plymouth Neighbourhood
The three common blennies of Plymouth are the Shanny, Blennius pholis , the Gattorugine Blenny, Blennius gattorugine , and the Butterfly Blenny, Blennius ocellaris . These have their habitat fromExpand
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Larval crabs from Bermuda
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The Peridiniales of Plymouth Sound from the Region beyond the Breakwater
The following list includes all the Peridiniales identified in the plankton throughout the year from September, 1915, to September, 1916, from the water samples, details of which will be found inExpand
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