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Kudenov, Jerry D. 1993. Amphinomidae and Euphrosinidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) principally from Antarctica, the Southern Ocean, and Subantarctic regions. Antarctic Research Series, Ser. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XXII, 58: 93-150.
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Kudenoverry, J. D.
1993
Amphinomidae and Euphrosinidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) principally from Antarctica, the Southern Ocean, and Subantarctic regions
Antarctic Research Series, Ser. Biology of the Antarctic Seas XXII
58: 93-150
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Kristian Fauchald's Polychaeta DB
In all, 15 species of amphinomid and euphrosinid polychaetes are reported from collections taken primarily by the U.S. Antarctic Research Program (USARP) sponsored cruises to Antarctic and Subantarctic waters. A new genus and nine new species are described as follows: Amphinomidae: Chloeia australis; Euphrosinidae: Euphrosine abyssalis, E. antarctica, E. armata, E. echidna, and E. monroi; and Euphrosinopsis new genus: Euphrosinopsis antipoda, E. crassiseta, and E. horsti. The amphinomid genus Branchamphinome Hartman, 1967, the euphrosinid genera Euphrosine Lamarck, 1818 and Euphrosinella Detinova, 1985, and the species Branchamphinome antarctica are emended; lectotypes and paralectotypes are designated for the latter species. Pareurythoe chilensis (Kinberg, 1858) is newly reported from South Australia. Previous records and the endemicity of the order Amphinomida from Antarctica are discussed; a preliminary systematic scheme modified from Horst [1903] is given for all described species as Euphrosine, Euphrosinella, and Euphrosinopsis; and a key to all known species of Antarctic amphinomid, euphrosinid, and spintherid polychaetes, considered valid, is also presented.
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Holotype USNM USNM 139116, identified as Euphrosine antarctica Kudenov, 1993
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As a primary homonym pair with Euphrosine antarctica Hartmann-Schröder & Rosenfeldt 1992, the epithet of this ... [details]