Dear Geoff and the polychaete "supporters",
this is what I have been able to find on Periserrula leucophryna: two
views of the proboscis (dorsal, "a", and ventral, "b") and a detail of one
parapodium ("c"). I got a Paik's paper thanks to our colleague Jae-Hoon
Cha. The reference is not the same as mentioned by Geoff, but a list of
the polychaetes found in Korea, with some figures and brief descriptions,
which unfortunately (at least for me) are written in Korean.
Paik, E. I. (1982). Taxonomic studies on polychaetous annelids in
Korea. Research Bulletin of the Hyosung Womens University, 24,
Here you will find attached a JPG file with the drawings corresponding to
See you in Iceland!
[ I have put the image (285Kb) at the Url below. GBR ]
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