Day, John H. (1957). The Polychaet Fauna of South Africa. Part 4. New species and records from Natal and Moçambique. Annals of the Natal Museum. 14(1): 59-129.
Day, John H.
The Polychaet Fauna of South Africa. Part 4. New species and records from Natal and Moçambique
Annals of the Natal Museum
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[From introduction] In part 1 of this series (Day, 1951), 144 species of Polychaeta were listed from
estuaries or the intertidal zone of Natal and Moçambique. The list included all
the known records made before that date and it did not seem likely that the
list would be almost doubled within five years. Since then extensive new collections have been made. I have to thank Mrs. Margaret Kalk of Witwatersrand
University for allowing me to examine collections from Inhaca Island and
Moçambique Island. Further collections have been made by the University
of Cape Town during ecological surveys of Durban Bay, various small estuaries
along the Natal coast and Morrumbene estuary at Inhambane (Portuguese
East Africa). These with two additional records from the literature have increased the number of species to 280.