bottom fauna of our five Great Lakes is woefully inadequate and incomplete. Finally a phase of benthic study which has been hinted at before in this paper and which needs many able students may be characterized by the term "experimental." There, perhaps, is the most promising and provocative aspect of the whole subject.


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