Two hydromedusoid records for Tasmania.
Flynn, Theodore Thomson (1926) Two hydromedusoid records for Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . p. 91. ISSN 0080-4703
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Some plankton originally obtained from D'Entrecasteaux
Channel, Tasmania (October, 1921), has been subjected
recently to examination. one of the results being
the discovery of two species of the Genus Eutima (Leptomedusae, Eucopidae) which can now be recorded for Tasmania.
While it may be questioned whether it is possible for
one species to have such an extensive geographical range,
the apparent identity of structural features compels the
inclusion of this Tasmanian form in the species elephas.
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