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New Records of Stylasteridae (Hydrozoa: Hydroida) from the Galapagos and Cocos Islands

@inproceedings{Cairns1991NewRO,
  title={New Records of Stylasteridae (Hydrozoa: Hydroida) from the Galapagos and Cocos Islands},
  author={S. Cairns},
  year={1991}
}
— Based on the collections of the Johnson-SeaLink I submersible, new records of 14 stylasterid species are reported from the Galapagos Islands, including one new species: Lepidopora concatenata. Five stylasterid species are reported from Cocos Island, including two new species: Pliobothrus fistulosus and Stylaster cocosensis. These are the first records of stylasterids from Cocos Island, three of the five species also shared with the Galapagos Islands. These specimens are also the first records… Expand

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