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The Synonymy of the Viviparous Polychaete Neanthes lighti Hartman (1938) with Nereis limnicola Johnson (1903)

@article{Smith1959TheSO,
  title={The Synonymy of the Viviparous Polychaete Neanthes lighti Hartman (1938) with Nereis limnicola Johnson (1903)},
  author={R. Smith},
  journal={Pacific Science},
  year={1959},
  volume={13},
  pages={349-350}
}
  • R. Smith
  • Published 1959
  • Biology
  • Pacific Science
  • Nereis limnicola was described by Johnson (1903) from the fresh-water Lake Merced in San Francisco, California. Since that time no reports of its occurrence have been published. Hartman (1938) noted that the boundaries and bed of the lake have been "a ltered by dredging and roadbuilding operations , and that what was once the type locality of Nereis limnicola now lies many feet below a road bed." In 1938 Hartman described N eanthes lighti from small estuaries on the coast of Marin and Sonoma… CONTINUE READING
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