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Revision of seven species of Microporella (Bryozoa, Cheilostomatida) from Hokkaido, Japan, using new taxonomic characters
In addition to the traditional taxonomic characters contained in the calcareous skeleton of mature zooids, other new characters from the chitinous appendages, ancestrulae, and early astogeny are introduced and recommended for standard descriptions. Expand
Participatory assessment of the environment from children's viewpoints: development of a method and its trial.
To understand the actual viewpoints of children about daily life and the environment, the authors visited 21 classes of Japanese school children, improved in a stepwise process their ways of question-asking, and developed "WIFY"(what is important for you); a set of interactive questions composed of a basic question and three accompanying instructions. Expand
A New Species of Microporella (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) from Alaska
Abstract Microporella speciosa sp. nov. is described from Alaska, USA. The new species is characterized by the following combination of features: 1) semicircular orifice with slightly curved andExpand
Two new species of Japanese Microporella (Bryozoa, Cheilostomatida) in the Döderlein collection, Musée Zoologique, Strasbourg
L'espece possedant des aviculaires avec des mandibules en bec, semblables auxMandibules de type tete d'oiseau des Bugulidae est unique, l'evolution des deux types de mandibule des avICulaires est brievement discute du double point de vue. Expand