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Agarwal, M. (2017). First record of Dendronotus orientalis (Baba, 1932) (Nudibranchia: Dendronotidae) in the temperate Eastern Pacific. BioInvasions Records. 6(2): 135-138.
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Agarwal, M.
2017
First record of Dendronotus orientalis (Baba, 1932) (Nudibranchia: Dendronotidae) in the temperate Eastern Pacific
BioInvasions Records
6(2): 135-138
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This study reports the first record of the Indo-West Pacific nudibranch Dendronotus orientalis (Baba, 1932) in the Northeastern Pacific Ocean. A reproducing population was discovered in fouling communities on floating docks in South San Francisco Bay, California, in March 2016. Dendronotus orientalis joins a large number of introduced marine invertebrates that have taken up residence in San Francisco Bay. Key words: introduced, nudibranch, San Francisco Bay, citizen science
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