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On the structure of Magelona

, : On the structure of Magelona. Pc: 559-564

McIntosh (53) finds that the blood of Magelona is densely corpueculated, and is of opinion that this form most resembles in structure the Spionidae. On the circulatory system of Magelona .id. M. Micr. J. xvii. p. 256.


DOI: 10.1098/rspl.1876.0086

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