Philine puka Price, Gosliner, and
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Philine puka is
known only from animals dredged from depths between 200 and 363 m (656
and 1187 ft).
Big Island, Oahu and Laysan.
by the U.S. Fisheries Commission steamer Albatross on March 28, 1902
off Diamond Head Light, Oahu from 269-363 m (882-1187 ft). The name
puka, the Hawaiian word for hole, refers to the pores on the gizzard
Gosliner: about 7.5 mm: found by Dale Bonar; dredged from 200 m (656
ft); off Barber's Point, Oahu; April 27, 1973.
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