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The occurrence of the oceanic chaetognaths Sagitta tasmanica Thompson and Krohnitta subtilis Grassi off the Galway coast, 1972-1973
O'Brien, F.L. (1976). The occurrence of the oceanic chaetognaths Sagitta tasmanica Thompson and Krohnitta subtilis Grassi off the Galway coast, 1972-1973. Proc. R. Ir. Acad., B Biol. Geol. Chem. Sci. 76(11): 165-171
In: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B, Biological, Geological and Chemical Science. Royal Irish Academy: Dublin. ISSN 0035-8983, more
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Keywords
    Geographical distribution; Plankton; Recruitment; Seasonal variations; Krohnitta subtilis (Grassi, 1881) [WoRMS]; Sagitta tasmanica Thompson, 1947 [WoRMS]; ANE, Ireland, Galway Bay [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • O'Brien, F.L.

Abstract
    The abundance and occurrence of the oceanic chaetognaths S. Tasmanica and K. Subtilis was observed in the plankton of Galway Bay, 1972-1973. It is suggested that these animals are recruited with intrusions of open sea water into the Galway Bay area at certain times of the yr.

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