Deep water capitellids

Dr. Julie Brock BROCK at zoogate.zoo.hawaii.edu
Tue Nov 21 14:53:51 EST 1995


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Before anyone else says it, Yes, I know ...
        Latin is not a national language these days.

Is anyone out there working on deep sea capitellids these days?

                BBrown
Hi Betsy, Yes, we are coming across capitellids at depths of 300-500m 
of the S. shore of Oahu and will probably need some guidance if you 
are willing. There are also 4 or 5 species from 70m that have not 
been taken to genus and another we call Scyphoproctus djiboutiensis.
        Let me know if you would like to examine any of them. 
           Aloha, Julie Brock




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