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The geographic range of Clistosaccus paguri lies within the northern latitudes of the two major oceans. In the Atlantic, they have been found from the White Sea in Russia to the shores of Nova Scotia. This parasite has also been sighted in E. Greenland, Sptizbergen, Iceland, Newfoundland, and the Faroes Islands. Clistosaccus paguri also live along the coast of Alaska in the North Pacific, from the Bering Sea to Kodiak Island, as well as in the Sea of Japan and the Sea of Okhotsk.

Biogeographic Regions: atlantic ocean (Native ); pacific ocean (Native )


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