BRYOZOA OF THE NETHERLANDS BY A. W. LACOURT. LEIDEN On the occurrence and the distribution of the Bryozoa in the Netherlands only little has been published up to now; this contrary to the surrounding countries of Western Europe where their occurrence is better known. In 1826 BENNET EN VAN OLIVIER published a summary of the Bryozoa then known. MAITLAND ( 1 8 5 1 ) listed a number of them, and once more in 1897. VIGELIUS ( 1884) enumerated Bryozoa collected in the Oosterschelde. VAN DER SLEEN (1929) dealt with the marine Bryozoa. VAN BENTHEM JUTTING (1922) and VoRST- MAN (1936) treated with the Bryozoa of the former Zuiderzee. I found also much information on the distribution of the Bryozoa in the lists of the investigations of the late DR. ROMIJN and of the "Rijksinstituut voor biologisch Visscherij-onderzoek" (the lists of the "Meerval"). The material put at my disposal belongs to the collections of the "Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie" at Leiden (ML), the "Zoologisch Museum" at Amsterdam (MA), the zoological laboratories at Amsterdam, Leiden and Utrecht, the "Zoologisch Station" at den Helder, the "Rijksinstituut voor biologisch Vis- scherij-Onderzoek," preserved in the "Hugo de Vries Labora- torium" at Abcoude
Archives Néerlandaises de Zoologie (in 1967 continued as Netherlands Journal of Zoology) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1951
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