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Rainer, Sebastian F. and Hutchings, Pat 1977. Nephtyidae (Polychaeta: Errantia) from Australia. Records of the Australian Museum, 31(8): 307-347.
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Rainer, S. F.; Hutchings, P.
1977
Nephtyidae (Polychaeta: Errantia) from Australia
Records of the Australian Museum
31(8): 307-347
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
The Australian Nephtyidae are represented by 13 species in four genera, Aglaophamus (4 species), Inermonephtys (1 sp.), Micronephthys (1 sp.) and Nephtys (7 spp.). Five new species are described, Aglaophamus gippslandicus n.sp., A. profundus n.sp., Nephtys inornata n.sp., N. mesobranchia n.sp., and N. semiverrucosa n.sp. Nephtys vikingensis Paxton, 1974 is synonymised with N. longipes Stimpson, 1856 and Micronephthys sphaerocirrata (Wesenberg-Lund, 1949) is recorded from Australia for the first time. Descriptions are provided for all species examined.
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Holotype AM AM-W8706, identified as Nephtys inornata Rainer & Hutchings, 1977
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Etymology

name derived from the absence of verrucae on the pharynx. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Neotype

Type material collected Botany Bay, Sydney was probably destroyed in a Chicago fire fide Pettibone (pers comm) in ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Synonymy

According to Rainer & Hutchings (1977) "Paxton agrees with Augener (1922) that N. longipes is indeterminable, but ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Taxonomy

According to Rainer & Hutchings (1977) "Aglaophamus rubella, and particularly A. rubella anops Hartman, 1950, are ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Taxonomy

Considered indeterminable by Augener (1922) and by Paxton (1974). Re-established by Rainer & Hutchings (1977). [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Type locality

Gunnamata Bay, Port Hacking, NSW, Australia, 34.06546 deg S, 151.1447 E, 4.5m. [details]