First record of the non-native medusa Blackfordia virginica (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae) on the coast of Uruguay, Southwestern Atlantic

Authors

  • Victoria Mariel Vidal Madalena
  • María Sofía Dutto
  • Irene Machado Baranzano

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/2675-2824069.20013vmvm

Abstract


Universidad de la Republica

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2022-06-27

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Madalena, V. M. V. ., Dutto, . M. S. ., & Baranzano, I. M. . (2022). First record of the non-native medusa Blackfordia virginica (Hydrozoa, Leptomedusae) on the coast of Uruguay, Southwestern Atlantic. Ocean and Coastal Research, 69. https://doi.org/10.1590/2675-2824069.20013vmvm

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