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DELL genus Rossella being proposed for the second species. antarctica and described further deep sea species from outside the Antarctic. I n spite of the difficulties inherent in work on the systematics of the group, reports on sponges have been produced by almost every Antarctic expedition, and the list of contributions is long indeed, the main authors being: Topsent (1901a, b, 1905, 1907a, b, 1908, 1910, 1912, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917), Kirkpatrick (1902, 1907a, b, 1908), Jenkin (1908), Lendenfeld (1908), Schulze and Kirkpatrick (1910), Hentschel (1914), Dendy (1918, 1924), Brondsted (1928, 1931), and Tanita (1959).
Early work was concentrated on major whaling areas such as South Georgia but the work was slowly extended to embrace the whole of the Antarctic ocean. S. S. S. William Scoresby achieved an enviable record of scientific work between 1925 and 1937. I n 1949 The Discovery Investigations were taken over by the National Institute of Oceanography. Discovery 11 made one more extensive Antarctic cruise in 1950-51 to give a tally of a quarter of a century of active investigation into Antarctic marine biology.
Up to this period there were extremely few records of Antarctic benthic animals as such. e. at Station 152 at 60'52's in 1 260 fm (2 304 m), obtaining an ophiuroid, holothurians, an isopod, a macruran, a gastropod and one fish ;Station 153 a t 65'42'5 in 1 675 fm ( 3 063 m) and Station 156 at 62'26's in 1 975 fm (3 611 m). At both these latter stations a range of benthic animals was collected. These stations are all, however, at abyssal depths and hardly warrant consideration as Antarctic animals.