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Timm, R. W. (1978). Redescription of the marine nematodes of Shackleton's British Antarctic Expedition of 1907 -1909. American Geophysical Union, Antarctic research series. 26 (6): 237 - 255.
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Timm, R. W.
1978
Redescription of the marine nematodes of Shackleton's British Antarctic Expedition of 1907 -1909
American Geophysical Union, Antarctic research series
26 (6): 237 - 255
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Anticoma subsimilis Cobb, 1914 (additional source)
Anticyathus septentrionalis (Cobb, 1914) Timm, 1978 (source of synonymy)
Austronema spirurum Cobb, 1914 (additional source)
Axonolaimus polaris Cobb, 1914 accepted as Odontophora polaris (Cobb, 1914) Wieser, 1956 (additional source)
Chromadora serrata (Cobb, 1914) (additional source)
Chromadorella meridiana (Cobb, 1914) (additional source)
Cinctonema Cobb, 1920 (taxonomy source)
Cinctonema papillata Timm, 1962 accepted as Cinctonema papillatum Timm, 1962 (redescription)
Cinctonema polare (Cobb, 1914) Timm, 1978 (new combination reference)
Cinctonema polare (Cobb, 1914) Timm, 1978 (additional source)
Deontostoma polare (Cobb, 1914) Timm, 1978 accepted as Deontostoma antarcticum (von Linstow, 1892) Filipjev, 1916 (additional source)
Dichromadora antarctica (Cobb, 1914) Timm, 1978 (redescription)
Monhystera disjuncta Bastian, 1865 accepted as Halomonhystera disjuncta (Bastian, 1865) Andrassy, 2006 (additional source)
Monhystera frigida Cobb, 1914 accepted as Daptonema frigidum (Cobb, 1914) Wieser, 1956 (additional source)
Monhystera septentrionalis (Cobb, 1914) accepted as Daptonema septentrionalis (Cobb, 1914) (additional source)
Neochromadora edentata (Cobb, 1914) (new combination reference)
Prochromadorella polaris (Cobb, 1914) accepted as Chromadora polaris Cobb, 1914 (additional source)
Spirinia septentrionalis (Cobb, 1914) Gerlach, 1963 accepted as Perspiria septentrionalis (Cobb, 1914) (additional source)