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Erséus, C. (1986). Marine Tubificidae (Oligochaeta) at Hutchinson Island, Florida. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 99(2):286-315.
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Erséus, C.
1986
Marine Tubificidae (Oligochaeta) at Hutchinson Island, Florida
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
99(2):286-315
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Adelodrilus magnithecatus Erséus, 1979 (additional source)
Bathydrilus formosus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Bathydrilus ingens Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Bathydrilus macroprostatus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Coralliodrilus corpulentus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Heterodrilus bulbiporus Erséus, 1981 (additional source)
Heterodrilus hispidus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Heterodrilus minisetosus Erséus, 1981 (additional source)
Heterodrilus occidentalis Erséus, 1981 (additional source)
Heterodrilus pentcheffi Erséus, 1981 (additional source)
Heterodrilus perkinsi Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Inanidrilus ernesti Erséus, 1984 (additional source)
Inanidrilus vacivus Erséus, 1984 (additional source)
Limnodriloides monothecus Cook, 1974 (additional source)
Limnodriloides vespertinus Erséus, 1982 (additional source)
Marcusaedrilus luteolus Erséus, 1983 accepted as Smithsonidrilus luteolus (Erséus, 1983) (additional source)
Olavius latus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Phallodrilus acochlearis (Erséus & Loden, 1981) accepted as Peosidrilus acochlearis (Erséus & Loden, 1981) (new combination reference)
Phallodrilus biprostatus (Baker & Erséus, 1979) accepted as Peosidrilus biprostatus Baker & Erséus, 1979 (additional source)
Phallodrilus hirsutus Erséus, 1986 accepted as Peosidrilus hirsutus (Erséus, 1986) (original description)
Phallodrilus sabulosus Erséus, 1979 accepted as Milliganius sabulosus (Erséus, 1979) (additional source)
Tubificoides annulus Erséus, 1986 (original description)
Holotype MZUF 225, geounit Somali Coast, identified as Phallodrilus elongatus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98130, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Heterodrilus hispidus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98131, verbatimGeounit Hutchinson Island, s..., identified as Heterodrilus perkinsi Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98132, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Phallodrilus hirsutus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98133, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Bathydrilus ingens Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98134, geounit Carrie Bow Cay, identified as Bathydrilus formosus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98137, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Bathydrilus macroprostatus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98138, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Coralliodrilus corpulentus Erséus, 1986
Neotype USNM 98139, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Olavius latus Erséus, 1986
Holotype USNM 98140, geounit Hutchinson Island, identified as Tubificoides annulus Erséus, 1986
 Distribution

East coast of Florida (new record). North Carolina, and Bermuda. Coarse sands, 4.5-17 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Belize and both coasts of Florida. Subtidal sands, 0.5-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

North Carolina and both coasts of Florida. Coarse sands, 3-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, 10-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, 10-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Both coasts of Florida (new records). North Carolina, New Jersey, and Bermuda. Subtidal sands, 6.5-130 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, 10-12 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Both coasts of Florida (new record from Gulfcoast). North Carolina, Virginia, Bermuda, and Bahamas. Subtidal sands, ... [details]

 Distribution

East coast of Florida (new record). North Carolina, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. Coarse sand and gravel, 4.5-138 ... [details]

 Distribution

East coast of Florida (new record). North Carolina, New Jersey, Bermuda, and Galapagos Islands. Largely coarse ... [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, 10-12 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Coarse sediments, 10-12 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, about 10 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Pacific coasts of British Columbia, California, and Mexico; Atlantic coast of Florida through New Jersey; Gulf ... [details]

 Distribution

East coast ofFlorida and Bahamas. Subtidal, generally somewhat muddy sands, down to 11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Barbados and east coast of Florida. Subtidal muds and sands, down to 21 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Shell hash, 11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

East coast of Florida and North Carolina. Very coarse sands, 5.5-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

East coast of U.S.A., from Florida to Massachusetts. Largely coarse sands, 5.5-73 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from the type locality, Somalia (W Indian Ocean). [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Coarse, clean or somewhat muddy, sands, 10-11 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

East coast of the U.S.A., from Florida to New Jersey. Largely coarse sands, 3-15.5 m depth. [details]

 Distribution

Known only from off Hutchinson Island, east coast of Florida. Coarse, clean or somewhat muddy, sands, 10-11.5 m depth. [details]

 Etymology

The species name formosus is Latin for "finely formed, beautiful"; here primarily referring to the penial setae, ... [details]

 Etymology

The species name ingens is Latin for "huge, enormous." refering ot its large size. [details]

 Etymology

This species has very large prostate glands; hence the name macroprostatus. [details]

 Etymology

The species name corpulentus, which is Latin for "stout, corpulent," refers to the shape of the fixed specimens. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name hispidus is Latin for "shaggy, rough" and alludes to the appearance of the worm with regard to ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named for Mr. Thomas H. Perkins (FDNR=Florida Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Marine Research) [details]

 Etymology

The species name latus is Latin for "broad, wide," and refers here to the flattened shape of the worm. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name hirsutus is Latin for "shaggy, bristly, rough" and alludes to the conspicuous setation. [details]

 Etymology

The name annulus, which is Latin for "ring," alludes to the shape of the penial sheaths in this species. [details]