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Cook, D.G. (1971). The Tubificidae (Annelida: Oligochaeta) of Cape Cod Bay, II: Ecology and systematics, with the description of Phallodrilus parviatriatus nov.sp. The Biological Bulletin. 141(2):203-221.
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Cook, D.G.
1971
The Tubificidae (Annelida: Oligochaeta) of Cape Cod Bay, II: Ecology and systematics, with the description of Phallodrilus parviatriatus nov.sp.
The Biological Bulletin
141(2):203-221
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(1) Ten species of Tubificidae are recorded from Cape Cod Bay, as follows: Adelodrilus anisosetosus, Limnodriloides medioporous, Peloscolex apectinatus, P. benedeni, P. intermedius, P. nerthoides, Phallodrilus coeloprostatus, P. obscurus, P. parviatriatus and Tubifex longipenis. (2) Phallodrilus parviatriatus nov. sp. is characterized by small erect atria and simple-pointed posterior setae.
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Holotype USNM 42015, geounit Cape Cod Bay, identified as Phallodrilus parviatriatus Cook, 1971
 Etymology

parvus = latin for small; hence having a small atrium [details]

 Nomenclature

Brinkhurst (1965) originally described the species as Tubifex longipennis but Cook (1971) stated that this was a ... [details]