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POLIQUETOS BENTÓNICOS SUBMAREALES DE FONDOS BLANDOS DE LA REGIÓN DE AYSÉN, CHILE: CLADO TEREBELLIDA (ANNELIDA, POLYCHAETA)* BENTHIC SUBTIDAL POLYCHAETES ON SOFT BOTTOMS OF THE AYSÉN REGION OF CHILE: CLADE TEREBELLIDA (ANNELIDA, POLYCHAETA)*

@inproceedings{Rozbaczylo2006POLIQUETOSBS,
  title={POLIQUETOS BENT{\'O}NICOS SUBMAREALES DE FONDOS BLANDOS DE LA REGI{\'O}N DE AYS{\'E}N, CHILE: CLADO TEREBELLIDA (ANNELIDA, POLYCHAETA)* BENTHIC SUBTIDAL POLYCHAETES ON SOFT BOTTOMS OF THE AYS{\'E}N REGION OF CHILE: CLADE TEREBELLIDA (ANNELIDA, POLYCHAETA)*},
  author={Nicol{\'a}s Rozbaczylo and Rodrigo A. Moreno and {\'O}scar D{\'i}az-D{\'i}az and Sofia Mart{\'i}nez Mart{\'i}nez and Facultad de Ciencias Biol{\'o}gicas},
  year={2006}
}
Results from a taxonomic analysis of benthic polychaetes of the clade Terebellida, obtained during the CIMAR 7 and CIMAR 8 Fjords research cruises are presented. Synonymy, geographical distribution, morphological remarks, and illustrations for each species are included. The samples were obtained in the region of Aysen (43 o 45' S-46 o 28' S), on the southeastern Pacific coast off Chile, from silt-clay bottoms using an Agassiz trawl, between 20 and 444 m depth. A total of 133 specimens of… 

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