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Meio faunistic prospecting in martinique the biotopes and their populations


, : Meio faunistic prospecting in martinique the biotopes and their populations. Bulletin du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle Section A Zoologie Biologie et Ecologie Animales 5(1): 221-234

Prior to a detailed study of Martinique littoral meiofauna an account of the 21 stations and 42 sampling sites given. It includes descriptions of biotopes and choice of sampling methods according to sites geomorphology; additional data on grain-size analyses and collected fauna are also given.

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