Recent Views on the Status, Delineation and Classification of the Annelida

@inproceedings{Rouse1998RecentVO,
  title={Recent Views on the Status, Delineation and Classification of the Annelida},
  author={Greg W Rouse and Kristian Fauchald},
  year={1998}
}
SYNOPSIS. In recent years the monophyly of the Annelida and Polychaeta has been questioned, with various authors proposing that groups such as the Arthropoda, Echiura and Pogonophora render the Annelida and/ or Polychaeta paraphyletic. The Clitellata have also been proposed to be a member of the Polychaeta, potentially making this latter taxon synonymous with the Annelida. The relationships within the traditionally formulated Polychaeta have never been investigated using cladistic methodology… CONTINUE READING

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