Abyssoninoe hibernica (McIntosh) (Polychaeta, Lumbrineridae) a valid species from the Northeast Atlantic

@article{Parapar1994AbyssoninoeH,
  title={Abyssoninoe hibernica (McIntosh) (Polychaeta, Lumbrineridae) a valid species from the Northeast Atlantic},
  author={Julio Parapar and Barry M. O’connor and Celia Besteiro and V Urgorri},
  journal={Sarsia},
  year={1994},
  volume={79},
  pages={157-162}
}
Abstract This paper reviews the taxomonic status of Lumbrineris hibernica (McIntosh) which is recorded for the first time from the Iberian Peninsula. Its inclusion in the genus Abyssoninoe Orensanz and its relation with the other members of this recently erected genus, characterized by the shape of the maxilla IV, the antero-posterior variation of the hooded hooks and morphology of the parapodia, are discussed. Lumbrineris pseudo-fragilis Amoureaux, L. scopa scopa Fauchald and L. scopa… 

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