Petersen, Mary Elizabeth
MEPetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
Fri Oct 3 21:32:49 EST 2003
Friday, 03 October 2003
Start by checking the described species placed in Euclymene in Hartman's
Catalogue (1959) and Supplement (1965).
Supplement by searching for Euclymene in Ward & Fauchald's 1997 Polychaete
Bibliography. Use the Notes field to search on the genus. There is a direct
link to this database (web version by Ulm University, Germany) from Polychaete
Resources (see below).
If you have access to WebSpirs, search for Euclymene on Zoological Record
(1969 to present). You will probably also get hits on Biosis, which picks up
papers not dealing with taxonomy but may give you important information on
Try also searching for Euclymene on Google. There are over 100 hits. You can
go through them and use them as a starting point.
Good luck with your work,
Dr. Mary E. Petersen
Research Associate, Polychaeta
Zoological Museum, University of Copenhagen
Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark
Tel +45-35 32 10 67 - Fax +45-35 32 10 10
E-mail: mepetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
From: owner-annelida at net.bio.net [mailto:owner-annelida at net.bio.net] On Behalf
Of Adelaide Ferreira Sent: Thursday, 02 October, 2003 9:36 PM To:
annelida at net.bio.net Subject: Genus Euclymene
Does anyone know where I can find an updated and comprehensive list of all the
species in the genus Euclymene, with full descriptions of the species? My
interest is particularly for Southwestern Europe, mainly Portugal and Spain.
Thank you all in advance for your attention.
M. Adelaide Ferreira, M.Sc.
Marine Laboratory of Guia - Institute of Marine Research
Estrada do Guincho
email: np51gi at mail.telepac.pt
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