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Continuing surveys, since 1955, of faunas in offshore areas of southern California, conducted by the Allan Hancock Foundation, using the facilities of the M/V "Velero IV," have resulted in finds of several representatives of pogonophorans. One, belonging to the genus Siboglinum Caullery, is believed to represent an undescribed species. Other kinds, from different places, are briefly reported below, to indicate the wide range of occurrences in deep ocean bottoms off southern California. All come from depths exceeding 950 m. and in latitudes south of 33º N. The much larger and far better explored shallower depths have yielded none, despite the examination of thousands of grab samples from shelf, slope, basin, and canyon depths of the shelf lands between Point Conception, California, to south of the Mexican border.