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Busk, G., 1852. An account of the Polyzoa and sertularian zoophytes collected in the voyage of the "Rattlesnake" on the coast of Australia and the Louisiade Archipelago. In: J. Macgillivray, Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Rattlesnake commanded by the late Captain O. Stanley during the years 1846-1850. 1 Appendix IV: 343-402.
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Busk, G.
1852
An account of the Polyzoa, and sertularian zoophytes, collected in the Voyage of the Rattlesnake, on the coasts of Australia and the Louisiade Archipelago.
In: MacGillivray, J. (editor) Narrative of the Voyage of the H.M.S. Rattlesnake; T. & W. Boone, London
1: 343-402
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Systematics, Taxonomy
Zoogeography, Biogeography (generalities), Geographic distribution
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Laomedea torresii Busk, 1852 accepted as Thyroscyphus torresii (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia aurita Busk, 1852 accepted as Macrorhynchia phoenicea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia brevirostris Busk, 1852 accepted as Lytocarpia brevirostris (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia campanula Busk, 1852 accepted as Halopteris campanula (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia divaricata Busk, 1852 accepted as Aglaophenia divaricata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia effusa Busk, 1852 accepted as Plumularia scabra Lamarck, 1816 accepted as Cladacanthella scabra (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Plumularia hians Busk, 1852 accepted as Gymnangium hians (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia Huxleyi Busk, 1852 accepted as Lytocarpia angulosa (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Plumularia longicornis Busk, 1852 accepted as Gymnangium longicorne (Busk, 1852) accepted as Taxella longicornis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Plumularia phoenicea Busk, 1852 accepted as Macrorhynchia phoenicea (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia digitalis Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia digitalis (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia loculosa Busk, 1852 accepted as Tridentata loculosa (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia mutulata Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia mutulata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia subcarinata Busk, 1852 accepted as Diphasia subcarinata (Busk, 1852) (original description)
Sertularia trigonostoma Busk, 1852 (original description)
Prince of Wales Channel for Sertularia trigonostoma Busk, 1852  (origin: native)