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Ecological Studies of Black Coral in Hawaii
|Title:||Ecological Studies of Black Coral in Hawaii|
|Authors:||Grigg, Richard W.|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1965|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Grigg RW. 1965. Ecological studies of black coral in Hawaii. Pac Sci 19(2): 244-260.|
|Abstract:||The black corals (Order Anriparharia) are
found in all oceans. However, the great majority
of the 150 species have been collected with
dredges below the limits of human observation
(see Table 1). It is therefore not surprising that
very little ecological work has been done within
this group. The anatomy and taxonomy have
been reviewed by Brook, 1889, Cooper, 19071909,
and Van Pesch, 1914.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 19, Number 2, 1965|
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