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New records of marine invertebrates from the coast of Senegal

@inproceedings{Wirtz2011NewRO,
  title={New records of marine invertebrates from the coast of Senegal},
  author={Peter Wirtz},
  year={2011}
}
All observations were made while SCUBA diving in the area of NGor Island, Senegal, at the western tip of the Cape Verde peninsula (14 degrees 45 minutes N, 17 degrees 30 minutes W), in October 2009. Animals were photographed in the field and in some cases collected. Specimens of Chauvetia tenuisculpta were deposited at the Swedish Museum of Natural History under the numbers SMNH 109314 to 109317. 
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