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Kudenov, J.D. (1975). Sedentary polychaetes from the Gulf of California, Mexico. Journal of Natural History. 9(2): 205-231.
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10.1080/00222937500770131 [view]
Kudenov, J.D.
1975
Sedentary polychaetes from the Gulf of California, Mexico
Journal of Natural History
9(2): 205-231
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
A total of twenty-four species of sedentary polychaetes are reported from the Gulf of California, Mexico. Most of the records are from Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, in the northern Sea of Cortez. The descriptions of six new species are given. The family Chaetopteridae is reviewed.
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Holotype AHF 1108, locality Gulf of California, identified as Acrocirrus incisa Kudenov, 1975
Holotype AHF 1109, locality Gulf of California, identified as Travisia fusiformis Kudenov, 1975
Paratype AHF 1110, locality Gulf of California, identified as Travisia fusiformis Kudenov, 1975
Holotype AHF 1111, locality Gulf of California, identified as Dasybranchus parplatyceps Kudenov, 1975
Paratype AHF 1112, locality Gulf of California, identified as Dasybranchus parplatyceps Kudenov, 1975
Holotype AHF 1113, locality Gulf of California, identified as Notomastus (Notomastus) sonorae Kudenov, 1975
Holotype AHF 1114, locality Gulf of California, identified as Streblosoma uncinatus Kudenov, 1975
Paratype AHF 1115, locality Gulf of California, identified as Streblosoma uncinatus Kudenov, 1975