COML & Re: [Annelida] Celebes squidworm
(by g.read from niwa.co.nz)
Tue Dec 7 19:36:34 EST 2010
Links to a couple of blog items on the bomber worms and squidworm and the Biology Letters efirst version of 'squidworm':
The electronic supplement, said to have the detailed description, now requires a journal subscription to access.
>>> On 6/10/2010 at 11:22 p.m., Karen Osborn <kjosborn from ucsd.edu> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am happy to report that the Squidworm manuscript is currently in review.
> It is an acrocirrid closely related to Swima and a really fantastic animal.
> For another spectacular image of this animal see Michael Aw's photo of it in
> the Sept. 2009 issue of National Geographic (page 20 of some versions,
> evidently not in all).
> Cheers - Karen
> On Oct 5, 2010, at 9:29 PM, Geoff Read wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I see the nameless 'squidworm' planktonic polychaete of 2007 is getting
> another run in the news media, as a highlighted organism in conjunction with
> COML wind-up publicity this week. This must be due to the great photo taken of
> it by Laurence Madin, as it is still unnamed even to family in their
> releases, or anywhere.
>> Annelida post of 2007:
>> Image at census of marine zooplankton
>> Oceanus [March 2009]
>> COML highlights report
>> What the press makes of it
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