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The Holothuroidea Collected by the Royal Society Expedition to Southern Chile, 1958-1959
|Title:||The Holothuroidea Collected by the Royal Society Expedition to Southern Chile, 1958-1959|
|Issue Date:||Oct 1964|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Pawson DL. 1964. The Holothuroidea collected by the Royal Society expedition to southern Chile, 1958-1959. Pac Sci 18(4): 453-470.|
|Abstract:||The holothurians collected by the Royal Society Expedi tion to southern
Chile, totalling 180 specimens, are described . Ten genera (of which one is new)
and ten species are represented. Neopsolidium n.g., type species Psolidium convergens
(Herouard), is erected to accommodate those species in the genus Psolidium
(sensu lato) in which the dorsal plates are reduced to a diameter of about 0.4 mm.
The holothurian fauna of southern Chile is generalised, containing few restricted
species, and sharing many elements with distant subantarctic islands and with
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 18, Number 4, 1964|
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