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  1. Further observations on the life-history of the newt, Triturus viridescens. American Museum novitates ; no. 348
    By: Noble, Gladwyn Kingsley, 1894-1940.
    Publication info: New York City : American Museum of Natural History 1929
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Amphibians  Development  Life cycles  Massachusetts  Newts  Notophthalmus viridescens  Woods Hole region  
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  2. Keys to marine invertebrates of the Woods Hole region : a manual for the identification of the more common marine invertebrates / compiled by Ralph I. Smith with the assistance of many other contributors.
    By: Smith, Ralph I.
    Edition: [1st ed.].
    Publication info: Woods Hole, Mass. :Systematics-Ecology Program, Marine Biological Laboratory,1964.
    Contributed by: MBLWHOI Library
    Subjects: Marine invertebrates  Massachusetts  Woods Hole region  
    BHL Collections: MBLWHOI Library, Woods Hole
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  3. Seasonal distribution of the plankton of the Woods Hole region.
    By: Fish, C. J. - United States.
    Publication info: Washington, D.C. :U.S. G.P.O,1925.
    Contributed by: MBLWHOI Library
    Subjects: Massachusetts  Plankton  Woods Hole region  
    BHL Collections: MBLWHOI Library, Woods Hole
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  4. A second barn-door skate, Raja stabuliforis, with pectorals non-adherent to the head. American Museum novitates ; no. 600
    By: Goffin, Robert A. - Gudger, E. W. (Eugene Willis), 1866-1956.
    Publication info: New York City : The American Museum of Natural History 1933
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Abnormalities  Atlantic Ocean  Development  fins  Fishes  Massachusetts  Raja (Fish)  Rays (Fishes)  Skates (Fishes)  Woods Hole region  
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