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Y. , Australia, New Zealand, France, Belgium, Norway and Japan. Twelve nations signed the 26 R. E. DELL Antarctic Treaty in 1959. ) formed in 1958, has held conferences, organized subcommittees to stimulate further work, and acts as a scientific advisor to the Treaty nations. Y. R. and the United States. A. ). With a few exceptions the most productive programmes have resulted from the use of expedition vessels to work in associated areas. S. ) appointed under the auspices of the National Science Foundation.
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. Apart from the German International Polar Year Expedition (1882-83) which wintered at South Georgia, it was not until the closing years of the nineteenth century that the first real collections of Antarctic bottom animals were made. The first two decades of the twentieth century were to see a great flood of expeditions, many of them with biological programmes.
On the other hand if South Georgia is rigorously excluded from the Antarctic, then many species cannot be claimed to be Antarctic endemics. Cailleux solves his immediate problem for his analysis by excluding the northern species which also occur in South Georgia from his calculations, and by classing as endemic to the Antarctic those species which also occur in South Georgia. South Georgia is perhaps the most difficult problem in analysing the relationships of Antarctic fauna, but it really only points the self evident fact that the percentage of endemic forms will alter with the boundary accepted for any particular region.