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Imajima, Minoru. (1966). The Syllidae (polychaetous annelids) from Japan. IV. Syllinae (1). Publications of the Seto Marine Biological Laboratory. 14(3): 219-252.
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Imajima, Minoru
1966
The Syllidae (polychaetous annelids) from Japan. IV. Syllinae (1)
Publications of the Seto Marine Biological Laboratory
14(3): 219-252
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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[Abstract of Parts I-V:]
The Syllidae of Japan are named with 77 species and 7 subspecies in 20 genera, 5 subgenera and 4 subfamilies; 2 others in 2 genera are not determined specifically. One new genus, 1 new subgenus, 31 new species or subspecies and 5 new combinations are given. 21 species or subspecies are new to Japanese waters. One genus, Geminosyllis is erected from Syllinae and one new subgenus, Regulatus is named in Autolytus. 46 species or subspecies, 53.4%, are currently known only from Japan, 40 others are known also from other areas.
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 Depth range

Intertidal and shallow depths.  [details]

 Distribution

Northern Japan; Kurile Islands.  [details]

 Distribution

Central and Southern Japan; Australia (Western Australia).  [details]

 Etymology

The generic epithet Geminosyllis makes probably reference to its similarity with the genus Haplosyllis Langerhans, ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet japonica makes reference to the type locality of the species, Japan.  [details]

 Habitat

Sand, algae, coralline concretions, ascidians.  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Japan. Pacific Ocean, Japan. The species was described with base on specimens from three different ... [details]

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