Some nereid polychaetes from Queensland

Russell, Eleanor Some nereid polychaetes from Queensland. St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, 1962.

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Author Russell, Eleanor
Title Some nereid polychaetes from Queensland
Place of Publication St. Lucia, Qld.
Publisher University of Queensland Press
Publication year 1962
Sub-type Research book (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 2
Series Papers (University of Queensland. Dept. of Zoology) ; v. 2 no. 1.
Language eng
Total number of pages 12
Subjects 0608 Zoology
Keyword Polychaeta -- Queensland
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes With: Fishes of Heron Island, Capricorn Group, Great Barrier Reef/D.J. Woodland and R.J. Slacksmith - Adagnesia opaca gen. nev., sp. nev. P. Mather - A new species of mysid (Mysidacea: Crustacea) from the Brisane River/D. Hodge - The distribution and ecology of the mysids in the Brisbane River/D. Hodge - Ahermatypic corals from Queensland/ J.W. Wells - Stolidobranch and Phlebobranch ascidians of the Queensland coast/P. Mather - D.tetrachaeta: a new species of Drosophila from New Guinea/D. Angus - Contribution a la faune des annelides polychetes de l'Australie/F. Rullier - Ecological and life history studies upon a large foraminiferan (Discobotellina biperforata Collins 1958) from Moreton Bay, Queensland/ W. Stephenson and M. Rees - Further records of Echinodermata (excluding Crinoidea) from Southern Queensland/R. Endean - Branchiostoma moretonensis sp. nov. (Cephalochordata)/O.E.S. Kelly - D.argentostriata: a new species of Drosophila from New Guinea/I.R. Bock - Ascidians from Northern Australia/P. Mather.

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