Phylogeny of Eunicida (Annelida) based on morphology of jaws

@inproceedings{Paxton2009PhylogenyOE,
  title={Phylogeny of Eunicida (Annelida) based on morphology of jaws},
  author={Hannelore Paxton},
  year={2009}
}
Eunicida have a complex jaw apparatus with a fossil record dating back to the latest Cambrian. Traditionally, Eunicidae, Onuphidae, and Lumbrineridae were considered closely related families having labidognath maxillae, whereas Oenonidae with prionognath type maxillae were thought to be derived. Molecular phylogenies place Oenonidae with Eunicidae/Onuphidae, and Lumbrineridae as the most basal taxon. Re-evaluation of the jaw types based on morphology and ontogeny demonstrated that the… CONTINUE READING

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