Supplemental files from “Metazoans of redoxcline sediments in Mediterranean deep-sea hypersaline anoxic basins” (Bernhard et al., submitted, BMC Biology).
Bernhard, Joan M.
Morrison, Colin R.
Beaudoin, David J.
Todaro, M. Antonio
Pachiadaki, Maria G.
Kormas, Konstantinos Ar.
Edgcomb, Virginia P.
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Link provides access to supplemental tables and figures to our manuscript regarding metazoans of redoxcline sediments in Mediterranean deep-sea hypersaline anoxic basins (DHABs). Specimens shown in supplemental figures are loriciferans collected from control and lower halocline sediments of L'Atalante Basin and Discovery Basin. Further details appear in Bernhard et al. (submitted).
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