A systematic study of the genus Siriella (Crustacea: Mysida) from the Pacific and the Indian oceans, with descriptions of fifteen new species
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A systematic study of the genus Siriella (Crustacea: Mysida) from the Pacific and the Indian oceans, with descriptions of fifteen new species by Masaaki Murano

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Published by National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references (p. 168-173).

Other titlesSystematic study of Mysid genus Siriella
StatementMasaaki Murano and Kouki Fukuoka
SeriesNational Museum of Nature and Science monographs -- no. 36, National Museum of Nature and Science monographs -- no. 36.
ContributionsFukuoka, Kōki, Kokuritsu Kagaku Hakubutsukan (Japan)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL444.M35 M87 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination173 p. :
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24389589M
ISBN 104878030216
ISBN 109784878030215
LC Control Number2010446409
OCLC/WorldCa489084709

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