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  • Echinoderms (other than holothurians) of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Clark, Austin H. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    A list is provided of all echinoderms, with the exception of holothurians, known from the Gulf of Mexico. There is an admitted emphasis, however, on the fauna about the Florida Keys and along the northern coast of Cuba.
  • Echinoderms recorded from the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. Unpublished. 

    Harry, H.W. (, 1979)
    This report is the result of literature research into recorded information on echinoderms from the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, which is here defined as extending from Alabama to the Rio Grande, and extending seaward to ...
  • The holothurians of the Gulf of Mexico 

    Deichmann, Elisabeth (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1954)
    A comprehensive summary of available information on the distribution and systematics of holothurian echinoderms in the Gulf of Mexico. Detailed keys to orders, families, genera and species are provided, along with brief ...
  • The occurrence of hypoxic bottom water off the upper Texas coast and its effects on the benthic biota. 

    Harper, D.E. Jr.; McKinney, L.D.; Salzer, R.R.; Case, R.J. (, 1981)
    Hypoxic bottom water occurred off the upper Texas coast in May-July 1979 after heavy spring runoff and a diatom bloom. Benthic assemblages at two study sites off Freeport, Texas decreased from spring densities of 3000-4000 ...