An Account Of The Deep-Sea Ophiuroidea: Collected By The Royal Indian Marine Survey Ship Investigator (Classic Reprint)
The Preface to the Account of the Deep Sea Madreporaria collected by the Royal Indian Marine Survey Ship 'Investigator,' recently published by order of the Trustees of the Indian Museum, explains briefly how the 'Investigator' collections came to be made and to be deposited in the Museum.
I have here only to thank Dr. Koehler, in behalf of the Trustees of the Museum and of the past and present Naturalists of the Ship, for his kindness in naming and describing the Ophiuroidea collected up to the end of the year 1895.
The present Fasciculus relates only to the Deep-sea Ophiuroidea, and Dr. Kœ:hler desires it to be known that he himself has not corrected the proofs either of the text or plates.
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