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Leucothoe axillaris

Known as: dog-hobble <Leucothoe axillaris>, leucothoe <Leucothoe axillaris> 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2020
2020
Two new species of amphipods associated with the bioinvasive coral Tubastraea coccinea from Todos-os-Santos Bay are described… Expand
2016
2016
Marine environmental disturbance can be assessed directly from physical and chemical parameters, or indirectly by the study of… Expand
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2010
2010
of a Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate School of The University of Southern Mississippi in Partial Fulfillment of the… Expand
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2009
2009
Solitary ascidians are stable microhabitats potentially favorable for feeding, shelter and reproduction of amphipods. The… Expand
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2008
2008
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Griflin, Miicl I Grossman, I'liyllls Iliiimncrsloy, Doris Ililili'iilirand. Elsie Hobble, Helen Holier. Norberl Humphreyi… Expand
1985
1985
The amphipod crustacean Paramphithoe hystrix is shown by SEM gut-content analysis to eat the tissue of its sponge host Haliclona… Expand
1963
1963