Bountiful bryozoans : a guide to the bryozoans of New Zealand / Dennis Gordon, Sadie Mills with Michelle Kelly & Blayne Herr

By: Gordon, Dennis P. (Dennis Preston), 1944-.
Contributor(s): Mills, S. (Sadie) | Kelly, Michelle, 1961- | Herr, Blayne, 1974- | National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Zealand : NIWA, 2016Edition: Version 1.Description: 1 online resource (52 pages) : colour illustrations.Other title: Bountiful bryozoans : an interactive guide to the bryozoans of New Zealand.Subject(s): BRYOZOANS | NEW ZEALAND | MARINE BIOLOGY | IDENTIFICATION KEYS | GUIDES | IDENTIFICATION | NOMENCLATURE | TAXONOMYOnline resources: NIWA website e-guide | NIWA document server | National Digital Heritage Archive Open Access
Contents:
About this guide -- About bryozoans -- Morphology index -- Species index -- Species pages -- Icons -- Glossary.
Summary: Bryozoans—also known as moss animals and sea mats—are little known by most people but are a beautiful and diverse group adapted to live in many marine habitats, from the intertidal zone to the continental shelf, deep ocean trenches, and abyssal plains. The guide is a fully illustrated interactive pdf with high-quality images of the bryozoans in life. Just click on an image in the species index and you will be taken to a species page packed with information, beautiful images, and icons to simplify identification. An additional microscopic characters box is provided to take identifications further if desired.
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Archived by the National Library of New Zealand in PDF.

About this guide -- About bryozoans -- Morphology index -- Species index -- Species pages -- Icons -- Glossary.

Bryozoans—also known as moss animals and sea mats—are little known by most people but are a beautiful and diverse group adapted to live in many marine habitats, from the intertidal zone to the continental shelf, deep ocean trenches, and abyssal plains. The guide is a fully illustrated interactive pdf with high-quality images of the bryozoans in life. Just click on an image in the species index and you will be taken to a species page packed with information, beautiful images, and icons to simplify identification. An additional microscopic characters box is provided to take identifications further if desired.

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