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Dixon-Bridges, Kylie; Gladstone, William; Hutchings, Pat A. (2014). One new species of Micronephthys Friedrich, 1939 and one new species of Nephtys Cuvier, 1817 (Polychaeta: Phyllodocida: Nephtyidae) from eastern Australia with notes on Aglaophamus australiensis (Fauchald, 1965) and a key to all Australian species. Zootaxa. 3872(5): 513-540.
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10.11646/zootaxa.3872.5.5 [view]
Dixon-Bridges, Kylie; Gladstone, William; Hutchings, Pat A.
2014
One new species of <em>Micronephthys</em> Friedrich, 1939 and one new species of <em>Nephtys</em> Cuvier, 1817 (Polychaeta: Phyllodocida: Nephtyidae) from eastern Australia with notes on <em>Aglaophamus</em> <em>australiensis</em> (Fauchald, 1965) and a key to all Australian species
Zootaxa
3872(5): 513-540
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
There are currently over 130 described species of Nephtyidae worldwide, with 18 species known from Australian waters belonging to four genera. Two new species are described, Micronephthys derupeli n. sp., and Nephtys triangula n. sp., from Eastern Australia. Descriptions are provided for all species examined. Comments are given about the recent transfer of Nephtys australiensis to Aglaophamus. A key to all Australian species of nephtyids is provided
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Holotype AM W24763, geounit Arrawarra, identified as Nephtys triangula Dixon-Bridges, Gladstone & Hutchings, 2014
Holotype AM W41508, geounit Port Stephens, identified as Micronephthys derupeli Dixon-Bridges, Gladstone & Hutchings, 2014
 Etymology

epithet 'derupeli' derived from first names of members of Kylie Dixon-Bridges' family; Dean Bridges, Ruth Dixon, ... [details]

 Etymology

named 'triangula' in reference to the distinctive triangular prostomium [details]

 Type locality

Big Swan Bay South, Port Stephens, NSW, 32° 43' 22" S, 151° 58' 1" E (-32.7228, 151.9669) [details]

 Type locality

Arrawarra Beach, NSW, Australia, 30° 4' S, 153° 12' E (-30.0667, 153.2). The geolocation as given appears to be ... [details]