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Occurrence of a Fresh-water Nemertine in Ireland

Naturevolume 79page8 (1908) | Download Citation

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IN NATURE, 1902 (vol. xlvi., p. 611), Prof. Benham records the discovery of a fresh-water Nemertine living in the River Cherwell, at Oxford. He found only a single immature specimen, which was accidentally destroyed before the specific title was definitely determined. I have recently (October) obtained numerous sexually mature specimens of a Nemertine, living among weeds in the Grand Canal, at Clondalkin, co. Dublin.

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