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Blake, J.A. 1972. Two new species of polychaetous annelid worms from Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 71(3): 127-132.
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Blake, J. A.
1972
Two new species of polychaetous annelid worms from Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait
Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
71(3): 127-132
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Kristian Fauchald's Polychaeta DB
Two new species of Polychaeta of the families Lumbrineridae and Scalibregmidae from Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait are described. Both species occur in relatively deep water and were obtained by qualitative dredge hauls. A table emphasizing some taxonomic characteristics of some scalibregmid genera is presented.
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Paratype NHMW NHM 2006.1691-1698, geounit Scotia Sea, identified as Oligobregma pseudocollare Schüller & Hilbig, 2007
Holotype ZMH P-24733, geounit Scotia Sea, identified as Oligobregma pseudocollare Schüller & Hilbig, 2007
Paratype ZMH P-24734, geounit Scotia Sea, identified as Oligobregma pseudocollare Schüller & Hilbig, 2007
Paratype ZMH P-24735, geounit Weddell Sea, identified as Oligobregma pseudocollare Schüller & Hilbig, 2007
Holotype USNM 48757, geounit Baffin Bay - Davis Strait, identified as Cryptosclerocheilus baffinensis Blake, 1972
Paratype USNM 48758, geounit Baffin Bay - Davis Strait, identified as Cryptosclerocheilus baffinensis Blake, 1972
 Etymology

Species named after its type locality, Baffin Bay.  [details]

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