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Book ID: 98554
Carlton, James T. and Lucius G. Eldredge

Marine bioinvasions of Hawai'i. The introduced and cryptogenic marine and estuarine animals and plants of the Hawaiian Archipelago. 2009. (Bishop Museum bulletin in cultural and environmental studies,4). 202 p. gr8vo. Paper bd.

This comprehensive monograph introduces cryptogenic marine and estuarine organisms of the Hawaiian Archipelago, from the island of Hawaii to Kure and Midway Atolls. Covered are protoctists, fungi, invertebrates, fish, algae, and flowering plants, inhabiting coastal environments influenced by the sea. The habitats covered are the supralittoral zone, the intertidal zone, and the sublittoral (subtidal), including non-native parasites, commensals, or other symbionts. 490 species are treated, of which 301 are introduced and 117 are cryptogenic. The rest of the species are either of unknown establishments, species that escaped or were intentionally released but did not establish, species that were unintentionally introduced but failed to establish, intercepted species, species that represent doubtful or erroneous records, native species previously treated as introduced, waifs, or species that are of uncertain presence in marine waters.
Autor/Hrsg. Carlton, James T. and Lucius G. Eldredge
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Autor(en) Carlton, James T. and Lucius G. Eldredge
Seiten Carlton, James T. and Lucius G. Eldredge: Marine bioinvasions of Hawai'i. The introduced and cryptogenic marine and estuarine animals and plants of the Hawaiian Archipelago. 2009. (Bishop Museum bulletin in cultural and environmental studies,4). 202 p. gr8vo. Paper bd. (98554) 69.55
Verlag Bernice P. Bishop Museum Press
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