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An Association between Hesione picta (Polychaeta: Hesionidae) and Ophionereis reticulata (Ophiuroidea: Ophionereididae) from the Brazilian Coast

@inproceedings{Assis2012AnAB,
  title={An Association between Hesione picta (Polychaeta: Hesionidae) and Ophionereis reticulata (Ophiuroidea: Ophionereididae) from the Brazilian Coast},
  author={Jos{\'e} Eriberto De Assis and Emerson de Azevedo and Silva Bezerra and Rafael Justino de Brito and Martin Lindsey Christoffersen and Anne Isabelley},
  year={2012}
}
Jose Eriberto De Assis, Emerson de Azevedo Silva Bezerra, Rafael Justino de Brito, Anne Isabelley Gondim, and Martin Lindsey Christoffersen (2012) An association between Hesione picta (Polychaeta: Hesionidae) and Ophionereis reticulata (Ophiuroidea: Ophionereididae) from the Brazilian coast. Zoological Studies 51(6): 762-767. This paper is the 1st report on the association between Hesione picta and Ophionereis reticulata, based on specimens found in the southwestern Atlantic, State of Paraiba… Expand

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