STUDIES ON INDIAN SPONGES—I* TWO NEW SPECIES OF SILICIOUS SPONGES BELONGINQ TO THE GENERA ECHINODICTYUM RIDLEY AND RHADBEREMIA TOPSENT (CLASS : DEMOSP0NGL\E SOLLAS, ORDER : POECILOSCLERIDA TOPSENT)

@inproceedings{Thomas1968STUDIESOI,
  title={STUDIES ON INDIAN SPONGES—I* TWO NEW SPECIES OF SILICIOUS SPONGES BELONGINQ TO THE GENERA ECHINODICTYUM RIDLEY AND RHADBEREMIA TOPSENT (CLASS : DEMOSP0NGL\E SOLLAS, ORDER : POECILOSCLERIDA TOPSENT)},
  author={Philip A. Thomas},
  year={1968}
}
OUR knowledge of the sponges of the Indian region is still in its infancy. The only area which has been studied somewhat extensively is the Gulf of Mannar by various spongologists like Carter (1880, 1881), Dendy (1905), Burton (1930, 1937) and Rao (1941). Besides these, some occasional reports are there about the sponges of Madras or of Gulf of Kutch ; but such infoirmation often is too fragmentary when the vast shore line of about 4800 km of India is taken into consideration. With the idea of… CONTINUE READING

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