The Horizontal Distribution of a Southern California Nearshore Mysid Population
Davis, Charles H.
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This study is an examination of the horizontal distribution, or apparent zonation, of a mysid population, and of the possible causes of zonation. Because literature on mysids is scattered and difficult to obtain, I have included a section on the morphology and behavior of mysids, so that interested persons may familiarize themselves. Then follows the report on zonation.