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Orensanz José María. (1973). Los anelidos poliquetos de la provincia biogeografica Argentina. IV. Lumbrineridae. Physis Seccion A Los oceanos y sus organismos. 32(85): 343-393.
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Orensanz José María
1973
Los anelidos poliquetos de la provincia biogeografica Argentina. IV. Lumbrineridae
Physis Seccion A Los oceanos y sus organismos
32(85): 343-393
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Not known to be available online, except here.
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Fifteen species of Lumbrineridae were found in the Argentine Biogeographic Province. They are arranged in five genera, two of which are erected here. Two of those species are new for the science, and eleven more are cited by [sic] the first time for the considerated [sic] area.
Argentina
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Augeneria Monro, 1930 (taxonomy source)
Augeneria albidentata (Ehlers, 1908) (status source)
Augeneria albidentata sadko (Annenkova, 1952) (status source)
Lumbrinereis nasuta Verrill, 1900 accepted as Lumbrinerides nasuta (Verrill, 1900) (source of synonymy)
Lumbrinerides Orensanz, 1973 (original description)
Lumbrinerides aberrans (Day, 1963) (new combination reference)
Lumbrinerides gesae Orenzanz, 1973 (original description)
Lumbrinerides nasuta (Verrill, 1900) (new combination reference)
Lumbrineriopsis Orensanz, 1973 (original description)
Lumbrineriopsis paradoxa (Saint-Joseph, 1888) (new combination reference)
Lumbrineris knipovichana Orenzanz, 1973 (original description)
 Diagnosis

Body cylindrical without color pattern; prostomium acorn-shaped with tapered distal end, pygidium with semicircular ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, but presumably a genitive of the given name 'Gesa' in reference to Polychaeta taxonomist Gesa ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Miura (2017: 15) states "Although Imajima (1985) treated the generic name as masculine, Orensanz (1973) ... [details]

 Synonymy

Orensanz (1973: 373) recombined Lumbrineris nasuta Verrill into his new Lumbrinerides, without giving reasons and ... [details]

 Taxonomy

According to Carrera Parra (2001: 599) Orensanz (1973) emends Augeneria, but it is not evident in what way it is ... [details]