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Free Content Records of Sponge-Dwelling Fishes, Primarily of the Caribbean

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Abstract:

Two trips to the Caribbean in 1968, during which emphasis was placed on collecting sponges and their fish inhabitants, have increased the number of fishes known to be either obligate or facultative sponge dwellers, as well as of those whose occurrence in sponges is known to be fortuitous.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1972-09-01

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