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Rocha, R. M.; Monniot, F. (1993). Didemnum rodriguesi sp. nov., a new didemnid tunicate common to Southern Brazil and New Caledonia. Ann. Inst. oceanogr., Paris. 69(2): 261-265.
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Rocha, R. M.; Monniot, F.
1993
Didemnum rodriguesi sp. nov., a new didemnid tunicate common to Southern Brazil and New Caledonia
Ann. Inst. oceanogr., Paris
69(2): 261-265
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A new species of ascidian, Didemnum rodriguesi, is described from the intertidal area of southern Brazil and from the southern lagoon of New Caledonia (SW Pacific). This red didemnid forms large but thin encrusting colonies on varied substrates. It is well characterized by the fine structure of the colony surface and by its larvae. Its geographical distribution is discussed.
America, South
South Tropical Pacific
Western Pacific warm temperate and tropical
Systematics, Taxonomy
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