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Huntsman, A. G. (1912). Ascidians from the coasts of Canada. Trans. Canadian Inst., ann.1911. 111-148.
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Huntsman, A. G.
1912
Ascidians from the coasts of Canada
Trans. Canadian Inst., ann.1911
111-148
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Agnesia septentrionalis Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Agnezia septentrionalis (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)
Ascidiopsis columbiana Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Ascidia columbiana (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)
Ascidiopsis nanaimoensis Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Ascidia prunum Müller, 1776 (original description)
Ascidiopsis paratropa Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Ascidia paratropa (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)
Caesira apoploa Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Molgula pugetiensis Herdman, 1898 (original description)
Caesira canadensis Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Molgula complanata Alder & Hancock, 1870 (original description)
Caesira cooperi Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Molgula cooperi (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)
Caesira hecateia Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Molgula pugetiensis Herdman, 1898 (original description)
Caesira pacifica Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Molgula pacifica (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)
Chelyosoma columbianum Huntsman, 1912 (original description)
Corella inflata Huntsman, 1912 (original description)
Corella rugosa Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Corella willmeriana Herdman, 1898 (original description)
Goniocarpa coccodes Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Styela coriacea (Alder & Hancock, 1848) (original description)
Katatropa uclueletensis Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Styela truncata Ritter, 1901 (original description)
Katatropa vancouverensis Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Styela truncata Ritter, 1901 (original description)
Metandrocarpa dermatina Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Metandrocarpa dura (Ritter, 1896) (original description)
Metandrocarpa taylori Huntsman, 1912 (original description)
Phallusia ceratodes Huntsman, 1912 accepted as Ascidia ceratodes (Huntsman, 1912) (original description)