Marine invertebrates of southern Australia, part three.

Marine invertebrates of southern Australia, part three. S. A. Shepherd, M. Davies.
Marine invertebrates of southern Australia, part three.

Adelaide: Government Printer, 1997. Octavo, softcover, colour photographs and text illustrations.

This part continues the series on marine invertebrates of southern Australian temperate waters and follows the style of Parts one and two. It includes some minor phyla, marine and littoral representatives of two subclasses in the large phylum Anthropoda, and a major group of the chordates, the turnicates. Some phyla like the Nemertea and Kamptozoa are poorly know in southern Australia and many new species remain to be found. Others, like the Brachiopoda, Pycnogonida and the Sub-phylum Tunicata, are much better known, and the chapters on them are the culmination of the life work of their authors. In the case of the Tunicata (Ascidians), many underwater naturalists and photographers have contributed a valuable set of colour photographs, indidpensable for their field identification.

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