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Aloha Also Means Goodbye: A Cryptogenic Stomatopod in Hawaii
|Title:||Aloha Also Means Goodbye: A Cryptogenic Stomatopod in Hawaii|
|Authors:||Kinzie III, R.A.|
|Issue Date:||Oct 1984|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Kinzie III RA. 1984. Aloha also means goodbye: a cryptogenic stomatopod in Hawaii. Pac Sci 38(4): 298-311.|
|Abstract:||Two different scenarios are presented that could account for the
recent appearance of what has become the most common shallow water Gonodactylus
in Hawaii. One requires an introduction event, the other posits the lack
of discovery of the species until the early 1950s. While both scenarios have historical
components and are difficult to falsify, some corollary hypotheses are
suggested that would allow a testable differentiation of the two viewpoints.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 38, Number 4, 1984|
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