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A classification of the phylum Sipuncula

@article{Gibbs1987ACO,
  title={A classification of the phylum Sipuncula},
  author={Peter Edwin Gibbs and Edward Bayler Cutler},
  journal={Bulletin of the British Museum, Natural History. Zoology},
  year={1987},
  volume={52},
  pages={43-58}
}
  • P. E. Gibbs, E. Cutler
  • Published 29 January 1987
  • Biology
  • Bulletin of the British Museum, Natural History. Zoology
A classification of the phylum Sipuncula is adopted following the analysis of Cutler & Gibbs (1985) and comprises two classes, four orders and six families. [] Key Result Seventeen genera are redefined, one new subgenus is described and twelve other subgenera are recognised.

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