The Nereididae (Polychaeta) from Australia—Leonnates, Platynereis and Solomononereis

@article{Hutchings1991TheN,
  title={The Nereididae (Polychaeta) from Australia—Leonnates, Platynereis and Solomononereis},
  author={Pat Hutchings and Amanda L. Reid},
  journal={Records of The Australian Museum},
  year={1991},
  volume={43},
  pages={47-62}
}
Leonnates crinitus n.sp., L. bolus n.sp. and Platynereis uniseris n.sp. are described from Northern Australia. A systematic account of Leonnates, Platynereis and Solomononereis known from Australia and a key to species recorded from Australia is provided. HUTCHINGS, P.A. & A. REID, 1991. The Nereididae (Polychaeta) from Australia Leonnates, Platynereis and Solomononereis. Records of the Australian Museum 43(1): 47-62. In this paper, the second in a series to describe the nereidid fauna of… Expand
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