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  • Smith, N. 1973. A New Description of Syndesmis dendrastrorum (Platyhelminthes, Turbellaria), an Intestinal Rhabdocoel Inhabiting the Sand Dollar Dendraster excentricus. Biological Bulletin, 145/3: 598-606.
  • Tidwell, M. 2005. Beyond the Beach Blanket: A Field Guide to Southern California Coastal Wildlife. Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publishing Company.
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