Pacific Science 22 (1968)

Pacific Science 22, no. 1

The Use of Food Samples from Sea Birds in the Study of Seasonal Variation in the Surface Fauna of Tropical Oceanic Areas
Myrtle J. Ashmole and N. Philip Ashmole, 1-10

Sound Production and Associated Behavior in Triggerfishes
Michael Salmon, Howard E. Winn, and Nino Sorgente, 11-20

Cestode Parasites of Hawaiian Fishes
Satyu Yamaguti, 21-36

Distribution of Epifaunal Biomass on a Sublittoral Rock-Reef
Willis E. Pequegnat, 37-40

Compressional Wave Velocities in Basic Rocks
Nikolas I. Christensen, 41-44

Antarctic Ocean-Floor Fossils: Their Environments and Possible Significance as Indicators of Ice Conditions
Charles W. Thomas, 45-51

Preliminary Observations on the Fine Structure of Species of Micrornonospora (Actinomycetales)
Diana D. Kenner, Hans-Rudolf Hobl, and Gladys E. Baker, 52-55

An Account of the Species of Polysiphonia of the Central and Western Tropical Pacific Ocean. I. Oligosiphonia
George J. Hollenberg, 56-98

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 26. Pandanus mayotteensis from the Iles Comores
Harold St. John, 99-103

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 27. Pandanus Novelties from Madagascar
Harold St. John, 104-137

NOTE: A Eurasian Alga in Alaska
C. Peter McRoy, 138

NOTE: A Variant Aplysia californica
Lindsay R. Winkler, 139-140

Pacific Science 22, no. 2

The Compatibility and Incompatibility Concept as Related to Trematodes and Molluscs
Thomas C. Cheng, 141-160

The Littoral Sand Budget, Hawaiian Islands
Theodore Chamberlain, 161-183

A Preliminary Phytochemical Survey in the British Solomon Islands
G. C. Morrison, 184-193

Marine Benthic Algae from Howland Island and Baker Island, Central Pacific
Roy T. Tsuda and Gavino Trono, Jr., 194-197

An Account of the Species of the Red Alga Polysiphonia of the Central and Western Tropical Pacific Ocean. II. Polysiphonia
George J. Hollenberg, 198-207

The Polychaetous Annelids of the Marshall Islands
Donald J. Reish, 208-231

The Folliculinids (Protozoa) of Ago Bay, Japan, and Their Relation to the Epifauna of the Pearl Oyster (Pinctada martensii)
Donald C.Matthews, 232-250

The Occurrence of Cyclops kolensis Lilljeborg (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) in North America
Edward B. Reed, 251-266

Considerations Regarding the Evolution of Hawaiian Animals
William A. Gosline, 267-273

NOTE: Notes on Indo-Pacific Scleractlnian Corals. Part 5, A New Species of Alveopora from New Caledonia; Part 6, Further Note on Bantamia merleti Wells
John W. Wells, 274-276

NOTE: Notes on the Distribution of Wood-Boring Teredines in the Tropical Indo-Pacific
V. V . Srinavasan, 277-280

NOTE: Birds of Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii
Charles F. Yocom, 281-284

Pacific Science 22, no. 3

Baker’s Law and Dioecism in the Hawaiian Flora: An Apparent Contradiction
Amy Jean Gilmartin, 285-292

Characterization and Physiological Activity of Some Kawa Constituents
R. Hänsel, 293-313

Gulls in the Central Pacific
Fred C. Sibley and Robert W. McFarlane, 314-321

Calanoid Copepods from Midwater Trawl Collections Made in the Southeastern
Pacific Ocean

George D. Grice and Kuni Hulsemann, 322-335

Host Specificity, Settling, and Metamorphosis of the Two-tentacled Hydroid Proboscidactyla flavicirrata
Richard D. Campbell, 336-339

Two New Calycophorae, Sipbonophorae
Angeles Alvariño 340-346

The Associates of Four Species of Marine Sponges of Oregon and Washington
Edward R. Long, 347-351

Ecological Factors on Manana Island, Hawaii
P. Quentin Tomich, Nixon Wilson, and Charles H. Lamoureux, 352-368

The Determination of a Series of Ages of Hawaiian Volcanoes by the Potassium-Argon Method
John G. Funkhouser, I. Lynus Barnes, and John J. Naughton, 369-372

A Geological and Ecological Reconnaissance off Western Oahu, Hawaii, Principally by Means of the Research Submarine “Asherah”
Vernon E. Brock and Theodore C. Chamberlain, 373-394

Studies on the Internal Defense Mechanisms of Sponges. I. The Cell Types Occurring in the Mesoglea of Terpios zeteki (de Laubenfels) (Porifera: Demospongiae)
Thomas C. Cheng, Herbert W. F. Yee, and Erik Rifkin, 395-401

Lamellate Structures in the Nucleolus of the Cellular Slime Mold Acrasis rosea
Hans R. Hohl and Susan T. Hamamoto, 402-407

A New Polyclad Turbellarian Associating with a Hermit Crab in the Hawaiian Islands
Stephen Prudhoe, 408-412

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 28. The Australian Species Published by Robert Brown
Harold St. John, 412-422

Cyrtandra megistocalyx (Gesneriaceae), a New Species from Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. Hawaiian Plant Studies 28
Harold St. John, 422-424

NOTE: Theophrastaceae, a Family Wrongly Attributed to the Hawaiian Flora
Benjamin C. Stone, 425

Pacific Science 22, no. 4

The Geology of the Manu’a Islands, Samoa
Gary D. Stice and Floyd W. McCoy, Jr., 427-457

Soil Sequences in the Hawaiian Islands
G. Donald Sherman and Haruyoshi Ikawa, 458-464

The Ecology of the Replacement of Pseudosquilla ciliata (Fabricius) by Gonodactylus falcatus (Forskål) (Crustacea, Stomatopoda) Recently Introduced into the Hawaiian Islands
Robert A. Kinzie III, 465-475

On the Life History of Nereis grubei (Kinberg), a Polychaete Annelid from California
Paul C. Schroeder, 476-481

New Records of Thirteen Cottoid and Blennioid Fishes for Southeastern Alaska
Jay C. Quast, 482-487

Egg Pouches and Other Reproductive Structures in Pelagic Chaetognatha
Angeles Alvariño, 488-492

An Additional Contribution to the Biology of the Aholehole, Kuhlia sandvicensis (Steindachner)
Royden Nakamura, 493-496

Some Aoridae (Amphipoda: Gammaridea) Collected by the Hancock Expeditions to the Eastern Pacific, 1931-1941
A. A. Myers, 497-506

The Distribution and Biogeography of Zostera marina (Eelgrass) in Alaska
C. Peter McRoy, 507-513

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 29. New Papuan Species in the Section Microstigma Collected by C. E. Carr
Harold St. John, 514-519

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 30. The New Section Marginata from Papua
Harold St. John, 520-522

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 31. Bornean Species Collected by J. Motley
Harold St. John, 523-531

Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 32. The New Section Involuta from Papua
Harold St. John, 532-535

An Account of the Species of the Red Alga Herposiphonia Occurring in the Central and Western Tropical Pacific Ocean
George J. Hollenberg, 536-559

Pacific Science 22, Index



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