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Occurrence of a new species of colonial ascidian: Eudistoma kaverium sp. nov. and four new records of Eudistoma to Indian coastal waters



Occurrence of a new species of colonial ascidian: Eudistoma kaverium sp. nov. and four new records of Eudistoma to Indian coastal waters



Indian Journal of Marine Sciences 31(3): 201-206



Five species of colonial ascidians of the genus Eudistoma are reported of which Eudistoma kaverium sp. nov. is new to science and the other four[long dash]Eudistoma constrictum Kott, 1990; Eudistoma laysani (Sluiter, 1900); Eudistoma ovatum (Herdman, 1886); Eudistoma toealensis Millar, 1975 are new records to Indian waters.

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