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Busycon carica is rare at Woods Hole, Mass.; B. canaliculatum can often be purchased from lobstermen in the vicinity. The egg-strings of B. canaliculatum (which have a single-keeled edge, according to Johnson, 1903) are sometimes found cast up on beaches in the Woods Hole-Falmouth area, but they are not very common.


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