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of the deep-sea seyphozoan Atolla wyvillei

@inproceedings{Herring1990ofTD,
  title={of the deep-sea seyphozoan Atolla wyvillei},
  author={P. Herring},
  year={1990}
}
The bioluminescent responses of specimens of the deep-sea scyphozoan Atolla wyvillei, collected in the North East Atlantic and Southern Oceans between 1978 and 1984, were investigated. They include propagated waves of light travelling around both the coronal groove and/or various sites on the umbrella margin. The re- sponses are non-polarised, there may be multiple waves resulting from a single stimulus, and propagation veloc- ities range from 70 to 490 mm s -1. Isolated luminous areas at the… 

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