WoRMS source details

Margulis, L.; Schwartz, K.V. (1982). Five Kingdoms : an illustrated guide to the phyla of life on earth. Second edition. Freeman.
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Agnatha (additional source)
Amphibia (basis of record)
Aves (additional source)
Bacillariophyceae (basis of record)
Bacillariophycidae (basis of record)
Bacillariophyta (basis of record)
Bacteria (basis of record)
Cephalochordata (additional source)
Chordata (additional source)
Chrysophyta accepted as Chrysophyceae (additional source)
Chytridiomycota (additional source)
Coelenterata (basis of record)
Coelenterata (source of synonymy)
Ectoprocta accepted as Bryozoa (additional source)
Gastrotricha (additional source)
Gnathostomata (additional source)
Gymnolaemata (additional source)
Leptocardii (additional source)
Mammalia (additional source)
Nematomorpha (basis of record)
Nemertina represented as Nemertea (additional source)
Pisces (additional source)
Reptilia (additional source)
Rhizophydium Schenk, 1858 (additional source)
Rotifera (additional source)
Sipunculida accepted as Sipuncula (source of synonymy)
Stenolaemata (additional source)
Stramenopila accepted as Chromista (basis of record)
Tetrapoda (additional source)
Tunicata (additional source)
Verrucaria serpuloides I.M. Lamb, 1948 (basis of record)
English centric diatoms [from synonym] for Coscinodiscophyceae
English featherlike diatoms for Bacillariophyceae
Latin Centrales [from synonym] for Coscinodiscophyceae
Latin Pennales for Bacillariophyceae

Permanently submerged marine lichen. [details]

 for Protozoa

The word 'Protoctista' had been introduced by English naturalist John Hoggs in 1861 to designate "all the lower ... [details]