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[Annelida] Pdf of Treadwell's Arcturus Expedition (and more)

Joao Gil via annelida%40net.bio.net (by gil from ceab.csic.es)
Thu Mar 25 12:33:50 EST 2010

Dear all,


I have here a reprint of Treadwell’s paper on the Arcturus Oceanographic
Expedition, where the specimens referred by Nataly are recorded. This paper
includes the description of one new genus, Nuchubranchia (in Opheliidae),
and 16 new species. As I saw that Zoologica is still not available through
the BHL, and apparently in any other way in the web (I suppose it is just a
matter of time, anyway), I did a pdf for all of you that can be interested
in this publication. I have included the pdf of another paper by Treadwell,
on Terebellidae, published in the same journal in 1931. Both were bought to
an antiquarian, together with other papers, but I can’t remember the details
(I don’t think it matters, anyway). This time I have included a little of
colour to the pdfs...


As with anterior pdfs, they are available throught my Mediafire account, and
will stay there as long as there are downloads (and even afterwards). If by
any chance you see that the link is dead, drop me an email, and I will
upload it again. These papers are here made available in good faith, and I
suppose that they don’t have copyrights anymore, but if you own them or know
that they are still covered by copyrights, send me an email, and I will
remove them as soon as possible. 


Here are the links:


Treadwell, A.L. 1928. Polychaetous annelids from the Arcturus Oceanographic
Expedition. Zoologica, New York, 8 (8): 449-485. 




Treadwell, A.L. 1931. New terebellid annelids, Thelepus haitiensis and
Terebella hiata. Two new species from Haiti. Zoologica, New York, 12 (8):




All the best,




João Gil


Carrer d'accés a la Cala Sant Francesc, 14



Email: gil from ceab.csic.es

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