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Review of Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Polychaeta: Flabelligeridae)

@article{SalazarVallejo2008ReviewOP,
  title={Review of Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Polychaeta: Flabelligeridae)},
  author={Sergio I. Salazar-Vallejo},
  journal={Cahiers De Biologie Marine},
  year={2008},
  volume={49},
  pages={191-200}
}
Revision de Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Polychaeta: Flabelligeridae). La position taxinomique du polychete holopelagique Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930, initialement le representant d'une famille et d'un ordre independants, est devenu un membre des Flabelligeridae a la suite d'etudes moleculaires. Il subsiste une serie de problemes au sujet des caracteres morphologiques pour l'espece et le genre: tous les materiels biologiques disponibles ont ete etudies pour tenter d'ameliorer notre… 

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A new southern record of the holopelagic annelid Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Flabelligeridae)
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It is suggested that the earlier sole record of E. terwielii may have been an occurrence of what is known now as P. meseres, establishing the first genetically-confirmed occurrence of this species in the Southern Hemisphere.
Morphological and genetic confirmation of extensive distribution of a pelagic polychaete Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Annelida Flabelligeridae)
Received 21.04.2019; accepted 19.06.2019; published online 11.12.2019 A pelagic polychaete, Poeobius meseres Heath, 1930 (Anellida Flabelligeridae), is mainly known from California, Northeast
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