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Monograph of the British Marine Annelids [6 Images]

Monograph of the British Marine Annelids [6 Images]

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Monograph of the British Marine Annelids is a significant work in the field of marine biology authored by William Carmichael McIntosh. This monograph was published in 1873 and is considered a foundational text in the study of annelids, which are a group of segmented worms that include many marine species.

In this monograph, McIntosh provides a comprehensive and detailed account of various species of marine annelids found in British waters. He describes their taxonomy, morphology, behavior, and habitat in great detail, making it a valuable resource for researchers and naturalists interested in marine annelids. McIntosh's work contributed significantly to our understanding of these organisms and remains a reference for marine biologists and taxonomists to this day.

The monograph is an important historical document in the field of marine biology and exemplifies the meticulous and systematic approach to the study of marine life during the 19th century.

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