Biogeographical patterns of tunicates utilizing eelgrass as substrate in the western north atlantic between 39o and 47o north latitude (New jersey to newfoundland)

Mary R. Carman, Philip D. Colarusso, Hilary A. Neckles, Paul Bologna, Scott Caines, John D.P. Davidson, N. Tay Evans, Sophia E. Fox, David W. Grunden, Sarah Hoffman, Kevin C.K. Ma, Kyle Matheson, Cynthia H. McKenzie, Eric P. Nelson, Holly Plaisted, Emily Reddington, Stephen Schott, Melisa C. Wong

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