Saturday 12 May 2012
New to Nature No 72: Psolus parantarcticusGuardian Unlimited | 12 May 2012
The echinoderm family Psolidae consists of small, inconspicuous and cryptic sea cucumbers that were, until recently, believed to be rare in Australian waters. Since 2008 this picture has begun to change, and with the recent addition of five new species by Melanie Mackenzie and Emily Whitfield of Museum Victoria, Melbourne, the number of known species has reached 19.
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