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A sea anemone (Sagartia luciae Verill) in brackish water in Norfolk

By: Gurney, R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1923Description: 11, 434-437.Subject(s): Benthos | Biology | Britain, East | Britain, West | British Isles | England | English Channel, Coast | Non-ingigenous species In: Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society
List(s) this item appears in: Paul's list on Plymouth Sound benthos
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S.I/Gb.17 also P.20 Hydrography 9(8) and B.35/G Gurney Papers Volume 1(18) The tides of the river Bure and its tributaries S.I/Gb.17 also P.36 Ecology (Marine) 28(12) A preliminary report on the marine fauna of the north Norfolk coast S.I/Gb.17 also P.60 Botany 39(14) Utricularia in Norfolk in 1921 S.I/Gb.17 also P.73 Coelenterata 31(6) A sea anemone (Sagartia luciae Verill) in brackish water in Norfolk S.I/Gb.17 also P.86 Crustacea 101(8) The rearing of crustacea from dried mud S.I/Gb.19 also BE.30/Y Yonge, C.M., editor. Studies on the biology of the British Channel (18) Studies on the biology of the Bristol Channel. XVIII. The marine fauna of five stations on the northern shores of the Bristol Channel and Severn estuary S.I/Gb.19 also BE.30/Y Yonge, C.M., (editor) Studies on the biology of the Bristol Channel (18) and P.36 Ecology (Marine) 2(5) Studies on the biology of the Bristol Channel. XVIII. The littoral and sublittoral fauna of the northern shores near Cardiff

Salthouse; also unpublished sightings in Plymouth Sound, Plym, Lynher, Tamar, and Blackwater

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