Notes on adventive Amphipoda (Crustacea, Malacostraca) on the Dutch coast
Beaufortia , Volume 1 - Issue 10 p. 1- 10
During the last few years several persons have been paying attention to the animals transported by floating objects (e.g. bunches of weeds and hydroids, corks, mines, floats, etc.). A careful examination of recent finds increased the list of species known of nearly all groups of marine animals, found washed ashore on the Dutch coast, and gave a good notion of the origin of passively transported floating objects on our shores. The present authors, agreeing with IJzerman (1937), Kaas & Ten Broek (1939), Bloklander & Brouwer (1946—’47). Lucas (1950) and several others, in most cases look upon the Channel, the coast of Normandy and the South coast of England as their places of origin.
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Stock, J.H, & Bloklander, A.E.M.H. (1952). Notes on adventive Amphipoda (Crustacea, Malacostraca) on the Dutch coast. Beaufortia, 1(10), 1–10.