But I am afraid that all this will not help you a bit because the books
include the species "known from landward of the 200-m isobath". Before
useful taxonomic keys can be produced, somebody has to study the fauna
of Barkley Canyon and this seems to be your project, right? I am happy
to help you with serpulid polychaetes should you encounter any.
On 29/06/2014 1:23 AM, Campanya i Llovet, Neus wrote:
> Dear all,
>> I'm a PhD student in Paul Snelgrove's lab, in Newfoundland. I'm studying
> the infaunal communities of a submarine canyon (Barkley Canyon, off British
> Columbia, Canada) with special interest in the methane hydrates (900 m
> As you can imagine most of the individuals I have found are polychaetes.
> Since I'm new in this field, I need some advise on useful taxonomic keys
> for my study.