Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2004, pp. 148–149. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2004 by Biologiya Morya, Kashkina. Dendronasus sp.—a New Member of the Order Nose-Walkers (Rhinogradentia) M. I. Kashkina In 1987, a small group of students that included me connecting the stalk with the other two zooids and with had a summer ﬁeld course in marine zoology on Putya- two poorly developed buds (see ﬁgure, a). The bulge is tin Island, situated not far from Vladivostok. We spent obviously a budding zone containing precursor cells of most of the time performing vital observations and dis- various tissues necessary for bud formation. The overall length of the colony did not exceed 2 cm. secting and drawing various specimens of the local marine fauna, some of which were then ﬁxed in forma- Figure b illustrates the external anatomy of a well- lin for future examination. After returning to Saint developed zooid. Obviously, in nature, Dendronasus Petersburg (Leningrad at that time), busy with some urgent affairs, I postponed the examination of the ﬁxed samples. Recently, while arranging things in the lab, I chanced upon the glass with the samples and looked into them. Among the sea worms,
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