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[[image - pencil sketch of Salpa]] 
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Salpa, nucleus blue remainder pellucid single row of tentacles around mouth six muscular bands. 1 gill a little twisted rectum passing forward and then back toward post. opening.
Notochord clear, distinct, with a vessel running above it [[image - pencil sketch of two points connected by short line]]

Wednesday & Thursday Sept 6 & 7 1871. Set trawl net and 
got in P.M. Several atlantas of two species which I have drawings of, made in 1865. P.M. Get a few Salpas and Cleodoras. 
Night. get a large number of Atlantas, a Salpa above

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