2 edition of sponges of the west-central Pacific found in the catalog.
sponges of the west-central Pacific
M. W. De Laubenfels
|Statement||by M.W. De Laubenfels.|
|Series||Oregon State monographs. Studies in zoology,, no.7|
|LC Classifications||QL372.8 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 320 p.|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||54062305|
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The sponges of the west-central Pacific. Related Titles. Series: Oregon State monographs. Studies in zoology, no The sponges of the west-central Pacific Paperback – September 3, by Max Walker De Laubenfels (Author) See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Max Walker De Laubenfels.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Laubenfels, M.W. (Max Walker), Sponges of the west-central Pacific. Corvallis, Or.: State College, Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: De Laubenfels, M.W.
(Max Walker), Sponges of the west-central Pacific. Corvallis, Or. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Book Title. The sponges of the west-central Pacific. De Laubenfels, M. (Max Walker) Cited by: The sponges of the west-central Pacific by De Laubenfels, Max Walker, Publication date Topics Sponges -- Pacific Ocean, Porifera, Porifera -- Pacific Ocean This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
plus-circle Add Review. comment. ReviewsPages: Sponges of the Gulf of California (Los Angeles, Calif., The University of Southern California Press, ), by Malcolm Gibson Dickinson and Allan Hancock Pacific Expedition (page images at HathiTrust) The sponges of the west-central Pacific / (Corvallis, Or.: State College, ), by M.
De Laubenfels (page images at HathiTrust) Sponges. LENDENFELD, R. VON a. The Sponges. The Geodidae. In: Reports on the Scientific Results of the Expedition to the Eastern Tropical Pacific, in charge of Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) is a treaty-based organisation established to conserve and manage tuna and other highly migratory fish stocks across the western and central areas of the Pacific full name is Commission for the Conservation and Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Western and Central Pacific arters: Kolonia, Pohnpei, Federated States.
Max Walker de Laubenfels (–) was an American spongiologist. He was a Professor of Zoology at Oregon State College (now Oregon State University). Publications. De Laubenfels, M. W., The sponges of the west-central s in zoology, no ity control: ISNI:. Title & Author Format Holdings Editions From To; The sponges of the west-central Pacific by De Laubenfels, M.
(Max Walker), DDC/LCC: 9: Life science by De Laubenfels, M. (Max Walker), DDC/LCC: Sponges of the Alaskan Arctic by De Laubenfels, M. (Max Walker), DDC/LCC: Sponge-cyanobacteria associations have attracted research interest from an ecological, evolutionary and biotechnological perspective.
Current knowledge is, in its majority, “hidden” in metagenomics research studying the entire microbial communities of sponges, while knowledge on these associations is totally missing for certain geographic by: 6. A new species of Agelas from the Zanzibar Archipelago, western Indian Ocean (Porifera, Demospongiae) Article (PDF Available) in ZooKeys () February with 57 Reads.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Laubenfels MW De. () The Sponges of the West–Central Pacific. Oregon State Monographs.
Studies in Zoology 7: i–x, 1–, pls I–XII. Lendenfeld R Von. () Spongien von Sansibar. Abhandlungen herausgegeben von der Senckenbergischen Cited by: 1. in the west-central part of the country. Its cave-like rock houses are famous, and there are thousands of them.
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De Laubenfels MW () The Sponges of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu. Pacific Science, 4(1): 3– De Laubenfels MW () The Sponges of the West-Central Pacific. Oregon State Monographs. Studies in Zoology, 7: i–x, 1–, pls.
I–XII. De Laubenfels MW () New species and records of Hawaiian sponges. Pacific Science, – tropical Indo-Pacific, from the Red Sea to Durban, South Africa, and on most islands in the west-central Pacific. It is not found in Hawaii or the Persian Gulf.
It © Aquarium Systems, Inc., Mentor, OH - Printed in U.S.A. Continued on page 2 can reach about twenty inches in length in the wild, and about half that in captivity.
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References Primary references. de Laubenfels, M.W. The Sponges of the West-Central Pacific. Oregon State Monographs. Studies in Zoology 7: i–x, 1–, pls I-XII. Links. Lipastrotethya in the World Register of Marine Species.
A total of samples were collected during three collecting trips for demosponges covering the northern, central and southern regions of Saudi Arabia's Red Sea (see Fig. 1).The northern and southern regions were sampled in the course of the Red Sea Biodiversity Survey's Phase 2 (, samples from 34 stations at Farasan Islands, Al Qunfudah and Al Lith) and Phase 3 (, samples Cited by: ReefBase profile.
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(Max Walker), [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 6 libraries. This resource is very. Elsewhere, widespread in the tropical Indo-west-central Pacific. Feeding. Omnivore - feeds on algae, a range of benthic invertebrates including sponges, crustaceans, molluscs, polychaete worms, and small fishes.
Species Citation. Ostracion cubicus Linnaeus,Systema Naturae: Type locality: India. Author. Dianne J. Bray. Full text of "The sponges of the west-central Pacific" See other formats. A new sponge species (Demospongiae: Agelasida: Agelasidae) is described from the eastern coast of Unguja Island in the Zanzibar Archipelago.
Agelas sansibarica sp. is compared to all other Agelas species described so far. The new species differs from its congeners mainly in its three categories of verticillate spicules (acanthostyles, acanthostrongyles, and acanthoxeas) and their by: 1. Elsewhere the species is widespread in the tropical Indo-west-central Pacific.
Inhabits coral and rocky reefs, often on deep outer reef slopes rich with corals, sponges and seawhips. Feeding.
Feeds mainly on hard-shelled benthic invertebrates including molluscs and crustaceans. Biology. DENDY, A.
Report on a second collection of sponges from the Gulf of Manaar. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 6(3): Report on the sponges collected by Professor Herdman at Ceylon in In: Report to the Government of Ceylon on the Pearl Oyster Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, 3: Royal Society, London.
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