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Free Content The Chaetognatha of the Northeastern Coast of Honduras, Central America

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A total of 2270 specimens of Chaetognatha were found in nine stations between the 100 fathom line and the coast. Sagita hispida, S. tenuis, S. enflata, S. serratodentata, Krohnitta pacifica, K. subtilis and Pterosagitta draco were identified. The most common species among those collected is Sagitta hispida which was found at all stations.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1960

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