On some Opisthobranchs from Cananéia, Brazil

  title={On some Opisthobranchs from Canan{\'e}ia, Brazil},
  author={Eveline du Bois-Reymond Marcus},
Dez especies de Cananeia e uma de Ubatuba foram colecionadas. Duas das especies sao novas para a ciencia: Coryphella verta e Catriona oba. Elysia serca e comparada com E. clena Marcus (1970, p. 49). Os generos Cuthona, Trinchesia, e Catriona sao discutidos. 
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