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Banse, K.; Hobson, K.D. (1968). Benthic polychaetes from Puget Sound, Washington, with remarks on four other species. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 125(3667): 1-53.
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Banse, K.; Hobson, K.D.
1968
Benthic polychaetes from Puget Sound, Washington, with remarks on four other species
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
125(3667): 1-53
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
Eight species are newly described: Eunoe uniseriata, Eulalia (Pterocirrus) parvoseta, Laonice pugettensis, Paraspio cirrifera, Chaetozone acuta, C. berkeleyorum, Tharyx secundus and T. serratisetis. Information on type material is provided for Eulalia (Eulalia) levicornuta, Gyptis brevipalpa, Exogone lourei, Syllis (Typosyllis) harti, Dorvillea pseudorubrovittata, Laonice antarcticae, L. japonica, and Chaetozone gracilis. Caulleriella annulosa and Neoamphitrite edwardsi are new combinations. New characters are described for Micropodarke dubia, Pionosyllis uraga, Aricidea (Aricidea) ramosa, Paraonis (Paraonis) ivanovi, Praxillella afinis pacifica, Rhodine bitorquata, Scionella japonica and Potamilla (Pseudopotamilla) myriops. Twenty-four new records for Washington and British Columbia waters are given. Intestinal contents of local species of Glycera and Lumbrineris suggest deposit feeding but it is not certain that it is the exclusive mode of nutrition.
Pacific Ocean
Puget Sound,Strait of Juan de Fuca,Str. of Georgia,Queen Charlotte S
Systematics, Taxonomy
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 Taxonomy

Monro (1933: 1047) established the new combination Laonice japonica (Moore, 1907), considering the species as valid ... [details]

 Taxonomy

According to Banse & Hobson (1968: 29) Hartman catalogue and supplement list the following species in Paraspio: P. ... [details]

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