4 edition of Some Antarctic deep-sea tunicates in the Smithsonian collections found in the catalog.
Some Antarctic deep-sea tunicates in the Smithsonian collections
|Other titles||Smithsonian collections.|
|Statement||Claude Monniot, Françoise Monniot.|
|Series||Biology of the Antarctic seas ;, 10, paper 4, Antarctic research series ;, v. 32, paper 4|
|Contributions||Monniot, Françoise., American Geophysical Union.|
|LC Classifications||QH95.58 .B56 vol. 10, paper 4, QL613 .B56 vol. 10, paper 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 95-130 :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||81014982|
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