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Polychaetes from Scottish waters

Norman Tebble

Polychaetes from Scottish waters

a guide to identification

by Norman Tebble

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Published by Royal Scottish Museum in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polychaeta -- Scotland -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    StatementNorman Tebble and Susan Chambers.
    SeriesRoyal Scottish Museum studies
    ContributionsChambers, Susan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14240615M
    ISBN 10090073326

    Parasitic and commensal polychaetes (Fams. Arabellidae and Sphaerodoridae) and copepods (Fam. Saccopsidae) associated with lamella-worms (Terebellides spp.) in Scottish, and nearby, watersMyles O’Reilly; The terrestrial Invertebrate fauna of Mingulay, including 18 new species records for the Outer Hebrides.   Globally successful story, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, has been given a Scottish twist to celebrate the book's 20th anniversary. A new species of Terebellides (Polychaeta: Trichobranchidae) from Scottish waters with an insight into branchial morphology. Mar Biodivers. ; – doi: /s [Google Scholar]Cited by: For the fully formatted version of this electronic publication, please consult the archive on our web-site. For more information about the articles and papers included in this publication, please consult the literature screen of IMIS2 ('Integrated Marine Information System') Requests for articles from this list, or for other publications, can be sent to us by using the request form.


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Polychaetes from Scottish Waters: a Guide to Identification: Family Nereidae (Polychaetes from Scottish Waters: a Guide to Identification) (Pt. 3) [Chambers, Susan, Garwood, Peter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying s: Susan Chambers, Peter Garwood.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: volumes: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Part 1: Family Polynoidae by Norman Tebble and Susan Chambers --Part 2: Families Aphroditidae, Sigalionidae and Polyodontidae by Susan Title. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book.

68pp, Royal Scottish Museum Studies Taxa Covered: (Taxa covered by Chambers, S. & Garwood, P.R.,Polychaetes from Scottish waters: a guide to identification Pt 3:Family Nereidae) Notes & Purpose. No other book condenses so comprehensively our present understanding of the biology of polychaetes.

After an introduction outlining the history of polychaete study, the text discusses the methods of polychaete collection and how best to preserve them. This is followed by an overview of polychasete anatomy with relevant terminology, and a Price: $ The polychaete worms is an excellent work and may be used as a preliminary key to families and genera, but polychaete taxonomy has advanced a lot.

The Scottish Adjacent Waters Boundaries Order is a statutory instrument of the United Kingdom government, defining "the boundaries between waters which are to be treated as internal waters or territorial sea of the United Kingdom adjacent to Scotland and those which are not." It was introduced in accordance with the Scotland Actwhich established the Made under: Scotland Act Dr Norman Tebble FRSE FIB (–) was a 20th-century British marine biologist.

Life. He was born in East Sleekburn in Northumberland Polychaetes from Scottish Waters () References This article about a biologist from the.

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'Polychaetes from Scottish Waters' -. Based on specimens collected during several sampling programmes mainly in the northern North Sea, Scotland, a new species of the genus Terebellides (Polychaeta; Trichobranchidae) was found and described herein as Terebellides shetlandica spec.

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