COML & Re: [Annelida] Celebes squidworm
(by kjosborn from ucsd.edu)
Wed Oct 6 05:22:41 EST 2010
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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