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The Doridacea (Opisthobranchia; Mollusca) of the Hawaiian Islands

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Title:The Doridacea (Opisthobranchia; Mollusca) of the Hawaiian Islands
Authors:Kay, E.A.
Young, David K.
Date Issued:Apr 1969
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:Kay EA, Young DK. 1969. The Doridacea (Opisthobranchia; Mollusca) of the Hawaiian Islands. Pac Sci 23(2): 172-231.
Abstract:The Doridacea form a conspicuous element of
the shallow-water molluscan fauna along both
tropic and temperate shores. The 50 species described
here from the Hawaiian Islands comprise
approximately 5 per cent of the marine molluscan
fauna of the Islands and 25 per cent of
the opisthobranch fauna.
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 23, Number 2, 1969

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