Keys to marine invertebrates of the Woods Hole region : a manual for the identification of the more common marine invertebrates
Smith, Ralph I.
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From the Preface: This handbook of keys is an attempt to fill an obvious need at Woods Hole, the need for a general reference on marine invertebrates for the use of students and investigators who want to know what is here and how to identify it.
Suggested CitationBook: Smith, Ralph I., "Keys to marine invertebrates of the Woods Hole region : a manual for the identification of the more common marine invertebrates", Systematics-Ecology Program, Contribution no. 11, 1964, DOI:10.1575/1912/217, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/217
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