Stereobalanus, a Genus New to the Old World

@article{Burdonjones1960StereobalanusAG,
  title={Stereobalanus, a Genus New to the Old World},
  author={C. Burdon-jones and Alasdair D. Mcintyre},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1960},
  volume={186},
  pages={491-492}
}
DURING a faunistic survey of all the lochs on the west coast of Scotland from Cape Wrath to the Solway, several pieces and some whole specimens of a golden yellow enteropneust were discovered in bottom samples taken with a 1/10 Van Veen grab (Fig. 1). The geographical location and bathymetric distribution of these specimens are given in Table 1. 
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