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Busk, G., 1852. An account of the Polyzoa and sertularian zoophytes collected in the voyage of the "Rattlesnake" on the coast of Australia and the Louisiade Archipelago. In: J. Macgillivray, Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Rattlesnake commanded by the late Captain O. Stanley during the years 1846-1850. 1 Appendix IV: 343-402.
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Busk, G.
1852
An account of the Polyzoa, and sertularian zoophytes, collected in the Voyage of the Rattlesnake, on the coasts of Australia and the Louisiade Archipelago.
In: MacGillivray, J. (editor) Narrative of the Voyage of the H.M.S. Rattlesnake; T. & W. Boone, London
1: 343-402
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Zoogeography, Biogeography (generalities), Geographic distribution
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Bicellaria flexilis Busk, 1852 accepted as Halophila johnstoniae (Gray, 1843) (original description)
Bicellaria gracilis Busk, 1852 accepted as Cornucopina gracilis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Bicellaria grandis Busk, 1852 accepted as Cornucopina grandis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Bicellaria tuba Busk, 1852 accepted as Cornucopina tuba (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Caberea lata Busk, 1852 (original description)
Caberea rudis Busk, 1852 accepted as Amastigia rudis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Calpidium ornatum Busk, 1852 (original description)
Catenicella amphora Busk, 1852 accepted as Orthoscuticella amphora (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella carinata Busk, 1852 accepted as Pterocella scutella (Hutton, 1891) (original description)
Catenicella cornuta Busk, 1852 accepted as Cornuticella cornuta (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella cribraria Busk, 1852 accepted as Paracribricellina cribraria (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella elegans Busk, 1852 (original description)
Catenicella formosa Busk, 1852 (original description)
Catenicella gibbosa Busk, 1852 (original description)
Catenicella hastata Busk, 1852 accepted as Costaticella bicuspis (Gray, 1843) (original description)
Catenicella lorica Busk, 1852 accepted as Orthoscuticella lorica (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella margaritacea Busk, 1852 accepted as Orthoscuticella margaritacea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella plagiostoma Busk, 1852 accepted as Scuticella plagiostoma (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella umbonata Busk, 1852 accepted as Scalicella umbonata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Catenicella ventricosa Busk, 1852 accepted as Orthoscuticella ventricosa (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Cellularia monotrypa Busk, 1852 accepted as Bugulopsis monotrypa (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Crisia acropora Busk, 1852 (original description)
Diachoris Busk, 1852 accepted as Beania Johnston, 1840 (original description)
Diachoris crotali Busk, 1852 accepted as Beania crotali (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Didymia Busk in Macgillivray, 1852 accepted as Didymozoum Harmer, 1923 (original description)
Didymia simplex Busk, 1852 accepted as Didymozoum simplex (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Dimetopia Busk, 1852 (original description)
Dimetopia cornuta Busk, 1852 (original description)
Dimetopia spicata Busk, 1852 accepted as Dimetopia barbata (Lamouroux, 1816) (original description)
Emma tricellata Busk, 1852 (original description)
Flustra denticulata Busk, 1852 accepted as Hincksinoflustra denticulata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Lunulites capulus Busk, 1852 accepted as Lunularia capulus (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Lunulites maculata Busk, 1852 accepted as Selenaria maculata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia aurita Busk, 1852 accepted as Macrorhynchia phoenicea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia brevirostris Busk, 1852 accepted as Lytocarpia brevirostris (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia campanula Busk, 1852 accepted as Halopteris campanula (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia divaricata Busk, 1852 accepted as Aglaophenia divaricata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia effusa Busk, 1852 accepted as Plumularia scabra Lamarck, 1816 accepted as Cladacanthella scabra (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Plumularia hians Busk, 1852 accepted as Gymnangium hians (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia Huxleyi Busk, 1852 accepted as Lytocarpia angulosa (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Plumularia longicornis Busk, 1852 accepted as Gymnangium longicorne (Busk, 1852) accepted as Taxella longicornis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia phoenicea Busk, 1852 accepted as Macrorhynchia phoenicea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Pustulipora accepted as Pustulopora de Blainville, 1830 (basis of record)
Pustulipora australis Busk, 1852 accepted as Annectocyma australis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Retepora cornea Busk, 1852 accepted as Retiflustra cornea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Retepora ctenostoma Busk, 1852 (original description)
Salicornaria bicornis Busk, 1852 accepted as Cellaria bicornis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Salicornaria dichotoma Busk, 1852 accepted as Nellia tenella (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Salicornaria marginata Busk, 1852 † accepted as Nellia simplex Busk, 1852 (original description)
Salicornaria punctata Busk, 1852 accepted as Cellaria punctata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Scrupocellaria cervicornis Busk, 1852 accepted as Licornia cervicornis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Scrupocellaria cyclostoma Busk, 1852 accepted as Licornia cyclostoma (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Scrupocellaria diadema Busk, 1852 accepted as Licornia diadema (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Scrupocellaria ferox Busk, 1852 accepted as Licornia ferox (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia digitalis Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia digitalis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia mutulata Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia mutulata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia subcarinata Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia subcarinata (Busk, 1852) (original description)