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Gibson, D. I.; Bray, R. A. (1979). The Hemiuroidea: terminology, systematics and evolution. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). 36: 35-146.
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Gibson, D. I.; Bray, R. A.
1979
The Hemiuroidea: terminology, systematics and evolution
Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)
36: 35-146
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Adinosoma hawaiiense (Yamaguti, 1970) Gibson & Bray, 1979 (new combination reference)
Eurycoelum Brock, 1886 (status source)
Hemiuroidea Looss, 1899 (taxonomy source)
Hirudinelloides elongatus Gaevskaja & Kovaleva, 1977 accepted as Lampritrema miescheri (Zschokke, 1890) Margolis, 1962 (source of synonymy)
Lampritrema savalai Zaidi & Khan, 1977 (taxonomy source)
Liopyge Looss, 1899 accepted as Derogenes Lühe, 1900 (source of synonymy)
Neotheletrum Gibson & Bray, 1979 (original description)
Neotheletrum frontilatum (Manter, 1969) Gibson & Bray, 1979 accepted as Hysterolecithoides frontilatus (Manter, 1969) Yamaguti, 1971 accepted as Hysterolecithoides epinepheli Yamaguti, 1934 (new combination reference)
Neotheletrum gravidum (Manter, 1940) Bray & Gibson, 1979 (new combination reference)
Neotheletrum lissosomum (Manter, 1940) Gibson & Bray, 1979 (new combination reference)
Neotheletrum magnasaccum (Sogandares-Bernal & Sogandares, 1961) Gibson & Bray, 1979 (new combination reference)
Neotheletrum pomacentri (Nahhas & Cable, 1964) Gibson & Bray, 1979 (new combination reference)
Orthoruberus Nasir & Gomez, 1977 accepted as Leurodera Linton, 1910 (source of synonymy)
Plerurinae Gibson & Bray, 1979 (original description)
Sclerodistomoididae Gibson & Bray, 1979 (original description)
Theletrinae Gibson & Bray, 1979 (original description)
Thometrema magnificum (Szidat, 1954) Gibson & Bray, 1979 (new combination reference)
Thulinia Gibson & Bray, 1979 (original description)
Thulinia tinkeri (Manter & Pritchard, 1960) Gibson & Bray, 1979 accepted as Thulinia microrchis (Yamaguti, 1934) Bray, Cribb & Barker, 1993 (new combination reference)