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The Land Nemertine Argonemertes Dendyi (Dakin) in Hawaii (Nemertinea: Hoplonemertinea: Prosorhochmidae)
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Land nemertines are here reported in the Hawaiian Islands for the first time. Argonemertes dendyi, a native of Western Australia, has been found in moist forest litter at high elevations on the islands of Maui and Hawaii, and has also invaded lava tubes on the latter island. This is the first report of a land nemertine from caves
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Howarth, Francis G, Moore, Janet
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Publisher :  University of Hawai'i Press     Type :  Article, Text     Format :  -    
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2008-02-29, 2008-02-29, 1983-04
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