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A Bibliographic Species List for the Biota of Kaneohe Bay

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Title:A Bibliographic Species List for the Biota of Kaneohe Bay
Authors:Gordon, Joleen Aldous
Helfrich, Philip
LC Subject Headings:Kaneohe Bay (Hawaii)--Bibliography.
Marine biology--Hawaii--Kaneohe Bay--Bibliography.
Date Issued:Aug 1970
Publisher:Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology (formerly Hawai'i Marine Laboratory)
Citation:Gordon JA, Helfrich P. 1970. A bibliographic species list for the biota of Kaneohe Bay. Honolulu (HI): Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawai’i. Report No.: 21.
Series:HIMB Technical Reports
No. 21
Abstract:This publication contains a bibliographic list of the species found in
Kaneohe Bay as recorded in the papers and reports listed in the Bibliography
of Kaneohe Bay (H.I.M.B. Technical Report No. 20). It is intended that
these two reports be used in cross-reference to each other.
The species of animals are arranged phylogenetically according to the
system used by Edmondson (Reef and Shore Fauna of Hawaii, Bernice P. Bishop
Museum Special Publication No. 22). The arrangement of plants follows that
used by Gilbert Smith (Cryptogamic Botany. Volume I. McGraw-Hill Book
Co., New York. 1955. second edition). The organisms are classified
down to families whenever possible.
Other references used were:
1. Hyman, Libbie H. The Invertebrates. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New
York. 1967.
2. Johnson, Myrtle E. and H. J. Snook. Seashore animals of the
Pacific Coast. Dover Publications Inc., New York. 1955.
3. Gosline, William and V. E. Brock. Handbook of Hawaiian Fishes.
University of Hawaii Press. 1960.
The authors wish to thank the following people for their assistance in
clarifying taxonomic relationships: Dr. Allen Cattell, Mr. Gerry Key, Mr.
Aprilany Soegiarto, and Mr. James Maragos, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology,
University of Hawaii.
Pages/Duration:74 pages
Appears in Collections: HIMB Technical Reports

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