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Southern, R. (1913). Clare Island Survey. Part 48: Oligochaeta. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (B). pp 1–14.
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Southern, R.
1913
Clare Island Survey. Part 48: Oligochaeta
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (B)
pp 1–14.
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Enchytraeus cliarensis Southern, 1913 accepted as Marionina cliarensis (Southern, 1913) (original description)
Grania Southern, 1913 (original description)
Grania maricola Southern, 1913 (original description)
 Etymology

Southern (1913) gave no etymological explanation of the species epithet but the species is probably named after its ... [details]

 Etymology

Southern named this species 'maricola' for it was the first ever oligochaete found below the low-water mark. ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

feminine [details]

 Type locality

A few specimens of this species were found in weeds from rock-pools on Clare Island, in April or May 1909 [details]

 Type locality

2 immature specimens from Clew Bay, Clare Island, Ireland at a depth of 24 fathoms (=43.8m); Mature specimens in ... [details]