Serpulidae pubs

Helmut Zibrowius hzibrowi at com.univ-mrs.fr
Sun Feb 14 16:27:55 EST 1999


I wonder if of interest for ANNELIDA.
I already indicated it to a few serpulid workers.
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Di Geronimo I., D'Atri A., La Perna R., Rosso A., Sanfilippo R., Violanti D., 
1997. The Pleistocene bathyal section of Archi (southern Italy). Bollettino 
della Societa palentologica italiana, Parma, 36 (1-2): 189-212, 3 pl.  
* contains information on Serpulidae: Filogranula stellata, Hyalopomatus 
variorugosus, Metavermilia multicristata, Neovermilia falcigera, Placostegus 
tridentatus, Protula sp., Semivermilia pomatostegoides, Vitreotubus 
digeronimoi, Serpulidae sp.  

Sanfilippo R., 1998. Tube morphology and structure of the bathyal 
Mediterranean serpulid Hyalopomatus variorugosus Ben-Eliahu & Fiege, 
1996 (Annelida, Polychaeta). Rivista italiana di paleontologia e 
stratigraphia, 104 (1): 131-138, pl. 1-2.  
* dredged from several stations around the Aeolian Islands; fossil from the 
Early to Middle Pleistocene of Sicily and Calabria.  

Sanfilippo R., 1998. Spirorbid polychaetes as boreal guests in the 
Mediterranean Pleistocene. Rivista italiana di paleontologia e 
stratigraphia, 104 (2): 279-286, pl. 1-2.
* Spirorbis spirorbis, Spirorbis coralinae; from 3 localities in Sicily (Early 
to Middle Pleistocene): Augusta, Valle del Belice, Salice; dredged off SW 
Sardinia from late Pleistocene sediments. 

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