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Recent brachiopods from new zealand background to the study cruises of 1977 1979


, : Recent brachiopods from new zealand background to the study cruises of 1977 1979. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 8(2): 133-144

Information collected during study cruises to Steward Island, Fiordland and the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand, led to a reappraisal of both the physical nature of living brachiopods and the habitats occupied by them. Two widely disparate environments, steep rock walls of fiords and floors of shallow, muddy inlets, have brachiopod species in common. Other macrobiota characteristic of these hard and soft substrates are described. Populations of species belonging to 2 of the genera observed and collected in these habitats form the basis for morphological, population and behavioral studies. One conclusion from these studies.sbd.that an individual's capacity to occupy any substrate or environment is restricted only by 1 variable organ, the pedicle.sbd.is consistent with the historical record of the phylum.

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Accession: 006269297

DOI: 10.1080/03014223.1981.10427954

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