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Specimens of new hydroid species described by c. m. fraser in the collections of the british columbia provincial museum canada


, : Specimens of new hydroid species described by c. m. fraser in the collections of the british columbia provincial museum canada. Syesis 10: 25-30

The deposit of the private collection of hydroids of Dr. C. McLean Fraser in the British Columbia Provincial Museum is announced. A list of deposited specimens belonging to new species described by Dr. Fraser is given.

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