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A discussion of the sponge fauna of the dry Tortugas : in particular and the West Indies in general, with material or a revision of the families and orders of the porifera / by M.W. de Laubenfels
Bib ID 4039586
Format BookBook
Author
de Laubenfels, M. W
 
Description Washington, D.C. : Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1936 
iii, 225 p., 21 leaves : ill., map, plates ; 30 cm. 
Series

Carnegie Institution of Washington publication ; no. 467.

Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution of Washington ; v. 30.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 203-212, and index.

Subjects Marine biology - West Indies.  |  Sponges - West Indies.

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