additional sourceChiplonkar, G. W. and Tapaswi, P. M. 1973. Fossil polychaetes from the Upper Cretaceous rock formation of South India. II. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Science, Ser. Part B Biological Science, 77(5): 202-213.[details]
additional sourceVinn, O. ; Wilson, M. A. 2010. Sabellid-dominated shallow water calcareous polychaete tubeworm association from the equatorial Tethys Ocean (Matmor Formation, Middle Jurassic, Israel). Neues Jahrbuch Fur Geologie Und Palaontologie-Abhandlungen 258(1): 31-38.
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Classification von Schlotheim, 1820 has only Serpulites and doesn't mention Glomerula. Therefore the name usage as in Glomerula is a recombination, although (not checked) some authors may not have indicated this fact with parenthesis in their records. [details]