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Nothernmost geographical distribution of Velella velella (Hydrozoa: Porpitidae) in the Middle of the North Pacific

@inproceedings{Kubota2011NothernmostGD,
  title={Nothernmost geographical distribution of Velella velella (Hydrozoa: Porpitidae) in the Middle of the North Pacific},
  author={S. Kubota and Yukimitsu Imahara},
  year={2011}
}
The northernmost distribution of Velella velella (Hydrozoa: Porpitidae) is recorded in the middle of the North Pacific (39°57.87′N, 157°40.46′W). The specimen with symbiotic algae is rather large (63 mm in length, 38 mm in width) and mature despite of the low temperature. 
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