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Free Content Pogonophora of the Northwest Atlantic: North Carolina Region

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The taxonomy and distribution are described of Pogonophora from a region off the east coast of the U.S.A. between 32°10′N and 36°35′N. Sixty-six samples have been examined, taken in depths ranging from 43 to 5350 m. Fifteen species of Pogonophora are present in the samples. Of these species, two are already known from Florida and three from New England; nine species are new, and two others, which may be new, are represented by fragments only. The new species described include six species of Sihoglinum, one of Diplohrachia, and two of Polyhrachia.

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Publication date: 1968-12-01

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