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Hartman, Olga. (1936). New species of polychaetous annelids of the family Nereidae from California. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 83(2994): 467-480.
Hartman, Olga
New species of polychaetous annelids of the family Nereidae from California
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
83(2994): 467-480
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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None. Begins: "Annelids of the family Nereidae from many sources have been used in this study. Collections that were made by many persons over many years and that have accumulated in the department of zoology of the University of California at Berkeley were especially valuable. My own collecting was very extensive for Moss Beach, San Mateo County, and less complete for other parts of California, including points between Mendocino County and Los Angeles County. In addition, several smaller recent collections furnished a few interesting species. Such are the collection made at Dillon Beach, Marin County, by Prof. O. L. Williams, of the College of the Pacific at Stockton; one made at Pacific Grove, Monterey County, by Dr. R. M. Eakin; and one made off southwestern Oregon by Prof. C. R. Monk, of Willamette University. Holotypes are deposited in the United States National Museum"
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Holotype USNM 20198, geounit Monterey Bay, identified as Nereis (Nereis) eucapitis Hartman, 1936
Holotype USNM 20203, geounit Monterey Bay, identified as Nereis (Nereis) eakini Hartman, 1936

not explicitly stated, but the collector was Dr. R. M. Eakin [details]


specimens were "taken from the ambulacral groove of the starfish Patiria miniata". [details]

 Type locality

According to the USNM record lot #20198 comes from Moss Beach, [near] Monterey, (gazetteer 36.8133° -121.7903°), ... [details]