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Nouveaux Progrès Du Cirripède Austral Elminius Modestus Darwin Sur Les Côtes Atlantiques Françaises Et Ibériques

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The authors follow the progress of Elminius modestus in the two regions of Europe in which it has become established. In the first, along the coast of France, the species has gained 95 kilometres towards the south from Etel in Brittany - the furthest limit previously recorded. In the second, along the Iberian coast, the gain is 175 kilometres towards the east from Jubia, near Ferrol, in Spain and 135 kilometres towards the south from Aveiro in Portugal. Between these two sectors there is, in spite of this progress, a considerable gap which extends from the estuary of the Loire to the neighbourhood of Gijon.

Affiliations: 1: Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris


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