​Hydroids of the BANZARE expeditions, 1929 – 1931: the family Haleciidae (Hydrozoa, Leptothecata) from the Australian Antarctic Territory

Jeanette E. Watson

Memoirs of Museum Victoria Vol 65 p. 165–178 (2008)

DOI
http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2008.65.9

Abstract

The BANZARE Expeditions (British, Australian, New Zealand, Antarctic Research Expeditions) 1929 – 1931 sampled the marine benthos in the Southern Ocean, at the Kerguelen Islands, Heard Island, Macquarie Island, and southwest of Tasmania and along the coast of the Australian Antarctic Territory. Forty six stations at depths of 2 - 640 m were occupied along the Australian Antarctic Territory coast. Eight species of Halecium including fi ve new and Hydrodendron arboreum were found and recorded from eight stations.

Citation

Watson, J.E., 2008. Hydroids of the BANZARE expeditions, 1929 – 1931: the family Haleciidae (Hydrozoa, Leptothecata) from the Australian Antarctic Territory. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 65: 165-178. http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2008.65.9

PUBLICATION DATE: 31 DECEMBER 2008

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