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(Table C) Fauna associated with Bathymodiolus azoricus mussel beds within the Rainbow hydrothermal field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.769641
  • Akademik Mstislav Keldysh
  • Amathys Lutzi
  • Amk47
  • Amk47-4392-1
  • Amk47-4393-1
  • Amk47-4393-2
  • Amk47-4399-1
  • Amk47-4402-1
  • Amk50
  • Amk50-4812-1
  • Amk50-4819-10
  • Amk50-4819-12
  • Amk50-4819-17
  • Amk50-4819-8
  • Amphipoda
  • Juvenile
  • Amphipoda Genus Sp
  • Anisopes Heteroscella
  • Aphotopontius Sp
  • Archinome Rosacea
  • Archive Of Ocean Data
  • Arcod
  • Bouvierella Curtirama
  • Branchipolynoe Seepensis
  • Calanoidae Genus Sp
  • Calanoida Nauplii
  • Capitellidae Genus Sp
  • Cirratulidae Genus Sp
  • Dorvilleidae Genus Sp
  • Eunicidae Genus Sp
  • Gastropoda
  • Glyceridae Gen
  • Sp
  • Halacaridae Genus Sp
  • Harpacticoida Genus Sp
  • Hesionidae Gen
  • Sp
  • Isopoda Genus Sp
  • Katiamira Chelifera
  • Katiamira Sp
  • Laeviphitus Sp
  • Lepetodrilus Atlanticus
  • Lepidonotopodium Sp
  • Lirapex Costellata
  • Lurifax Vitreus
  • Mir Deep-Sea Manned Submersible
  • Mirocaris Fortunata
  • Nematoda
  • Nematoscelis Sp
  • Nemertea
  • Number Of Specimens
  • Number Of Taxa
  • Ophiuridae Genus Sp
  • Ostracoda Genus Sp
  • Peltospira Smaragdina
  • Pholoidae Genus Sp
  • Phyllodocidae Gen
  • Sp
  • Phymorhynchus Sp
  • Polychaeta
  • Polynoidae Sp
  • Porifera
  • Protolira Sp
  • Protolira Valvatoides
  • Pseudorimula Midatlantica
  • Rainbow Hydrothermal Field
  • Segonzacia Mesatlantica
  • Shinkailepas Briandi
  • Siphonostomatoidae Genus Sp
  • Sipunculoidea Genus Sp
  • Smacigastes Sp
  • Spadella Sp
  • Spionidae Genus Sp
  • Stigopontius Sp
  • Tanaidae Genus Sp
  • Xylodiscula Analoga
  • Law


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