Historical of the study of polychaetes

Geoff Read g.read at niwa.cri.nz
Thu Jan 3 14:57:59 EST 2002


> I am looking for some references concerning review of the state of
> knowledge of polychaetes along the time, starting with ancient greeks 
> or romans (Aristotle, Plinius etc.) to nowadays. 

A candidate for the most detailed account of the period from Aristotle to 
ca 1900 is the first chapter of J. H. Ashworth's 1912 "Catalogue of the 
Arenicolidae"  which is entitled "Historical account of the Chaetopoda, 
with special reference to the Polychaeta and their classification."

Happy New Year everyone,

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Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
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