|Title:||OCTOCORALLIA COLLECTED BY TRAWLING IN THE WESTERN AUSTRALIA (A BIOLOGICAL RESULT OF I.I.O.E.－COLLECTIONS)|
|Author's alias:||ウチノミ, フジオ|
|Publisher:||Seto Marine Biological Laboratory, Field Science Education and Research Center, Kyoto University|
|Journal title:||PUBLICATIONS OF THE SETO MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY|
|Abstract:||Trawl collections made along the offshore shoals of the northwestern coast of Australia during the Japanese program of the International Indian Ocean Expedition in December 1963 revealed 21 octocoral species comprising 1 Telestacea, 3 Alcyonacea, 16 Gorgonacea and 1 Pennatulacea (including a new species of Mopsea). These less-known deep-water octocorals are described and figured. The appendix records the station sites and the lists of all octocorallian species and antipatharian spesies collected at each.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.22 No.5|
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