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Aboral dissection of disc of  <b>Ophiosparte</b> <b>gigas</b>  showing ossicles of comple...
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Published: 01 May 2013
FIGURE 11— Aboral dissection of disc of Ophiosparte gigas showing ossicles of complete disc of Ophionotus victoriae that had been ingested whole by the O. gigas . Tweezers at right for scale, space between the tweezers is approximately 1 cm.
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Comparison between Pristine ossicles and those recovered from gut dissectio...
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Published: 01 May 2013
Figure 12— Comparison between Pristine ossicles and those recovered from gut dissections of Ophiosparte gigas. A) Maximum levels of dissolution observed on pristine ossicles and those recovered from dissection of O. gigas . B) Averages and errors of maximum dissolution levels on pristine
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SEM (Tescan VEGA3) images of  O. victoriae  ossicles from Explorers Cove il...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2013
FIGURE 7— SEM (Tescan VEGA3) images of O. victoriae ossicles from Explorers Cove illustrating dissolution levels 0–7 in A–H respectively. Each image is of the stereom structure on the knob of an untreated ossicle. The ossicles for A) came from the stomach contents of Ophiosparte gigas ; B), D
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 May 2013
PALAIOS (2013) 28 (5): 317–332.
...FIGURE 11— Aboral dissection of disc of Ophiosparte gigas showing ossicles of complete disc of Ophionotus victoriae that had been ingested whole by the O. gigas . Tweezers at right for scale, space between the tweezers is approximately 1 cm. ...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 June 2016
PALAIOS (2016) 31 (6): 280–290.
... of spatangoid urchin ( Abatus nimrodi ) occurs in low abundance in Explorers Cove, it is present alongside other fauna like pencil urchins ( Ctenocidaris sp.), sea stars ( Diploasterias brucei ), gastropods ( Neobuccinum eatoni ), clams ( Laternula elliptica ), and less abundant ophiuroids ( Ophiosparte...
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