[Annelida] Morphology of terebelliforms - Nogueira et al.

Joao Miguel de Matos Nogueira via annelida%40net.bio.net (by nogueira from ib.usp.br)
Tue May 18 11:18:47 EST 2010

Dear Geoff
Thanks a lot for announcing our paper in the Annelida list.
However, the version attached to the link below has a poor resolution of the 
plates. It is about 8 Mb, when the pdf file we have is 25 Mb.
I cannot give the link here, because Zootaxa wouldn't like that... but I can 
send it to everyone who is interested on it.
Best regards

On Tue, 18 May 2010 18:33:31 +1200, Geoff Read wrote
> Reporting new literature - monograph
> Nogueira, J.M.De M.; Hutchings, P.A.; Fukuda, M.V. (2010). Morphology
> of terebelliform polychaetes (Annelida: Polychaeta: Terebelliformia),
> with a focus on Terebellidae. Zootaxa 2460: [UTF-8?]1–185.
> Abstract. The morphology of terebelliform polychaetes was 
> investigated for a phylogenetic study focused on Terebellidae. For 
> this study, specimens belonging to 147 taxa, preferably type 
> material or specimens from type localities or areas close to them, 
> were examined under stereo, light and scanning electron microscopes. 
> The taxa examined were 1 Pectinariidae, 2 Ampharetidae, 2 
> Alvinellidae, 8 Trichobranchidae, and 134 Terebellidae, which 
> included 8 Polycirrinae, 15 Thelepodinae, and 111 Terebellinae. A 
> comparison of the morphology, including prostomium, peristomium, 
> anterior segments and lobes, branchiae, glandular venter, nephridial 
> and genital papillae, notopodia and notochaetae, neuropodia and 
> neurochaetae, and posterior end, was made of all the currently 
> recognized families of terebelliform polychaetes, with special emphasis
> on Terebellidae. A discussion of the characters useful to distinguish
> between genera is given. This character set will be used in a subsequent
> phylogenetic study (Nogueira & Hutchings in prep.).
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> Departamento de Zoologia, Instituto de Biociências, Universidade de 
> São Paulo, Rua do Matão, travessa 14, n. 101, 05508-900, São 
> Paulo, SP, Brazil, e-mail: nogueira from ib.usp.br The Australian Museum, 
> 6 College Street, Sydney, 2010, NSW, Australia, e-mail: 
> pat.hutchings from austmus.gov.au
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> http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2010/f/z02460p185f.pdf
> Publication date
> 14 May 2010
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Prof. Dr João Miguel de Matos Nogueira
Departamento de Zoologia
Instituto de Biociencias - USP

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