capitellids

Dr. Julie Brock BROCK at zoogate.zoo.hawaii.edu
Tue Nov 21 15:05:21 EST 1995


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Subject: Latin and capitellids
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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 have some from 300-500m and 30-70m and would 
appreciate your input on their ID if you are interested in Hawaiian 
material. There is a Scyphoproctus, Capitella, Notomastus and some 
stillat the family level! Interested, Please let us know, Aloha, 
Julie Brock 



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