Remarks on some scale worms (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) from the Southwest Atlantic with notes on the genus Eucranta Malmgren, 1866, and description of a new Harmothoe species

@article{Barnich2012RemarksOS,
  title={Remarks on some scale worms (Polychaeta, Polynoidae) from the Southwest Atlantic with notes on the genus Eucranta Malmgren, 1866, and description of a new Harmothoe species},
  author={Ruth Barnich and Jos{\'e} M. Orensanz and Dieter Fiege},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity},
  year={2012},
  volume={42},
  pages={395-410}
}
In a collection of polychaetes from the Southwest Atlantic, off the Argentinian coast, ten scale worm species of the family Polynoidae were found. The following nine species are already known to science and their synonymy, diagnostic characters, and distribution are given together with remarks on taxonomy and geographical distribution: Eucranta mollis (McIntosh, 1876), Eucranta notialis Monro, 1936, Harmothoe exanthema (Grube, 1858), Harmothoe magellanica (McIntosh, 1885), Polyeunoa laevis… 

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