[Annelida] French Guiana

Jérôme Jourde via annelida%40net.bio.net (by jjourde from univ-lr.fr)
Mon Jul 11 04:23:40 EST 2011


Dear all,

I'm working on samples coming from French Guiana mud-flats and I have 
big difficulties to find bibliographic references that deals with 
taxonomy of the invertebrates of this area. Is there anybody who could 
recommand me some references about polychaetes or, if possible, who 
could send me some pdf papers ? I have essentially to do with the 
Nereididae, Pilargiidae, and Capitellidae. I also found a Lumbrineridae 
Abyssoninoe-like (with this particular sequence of modified setae on the 
anterior end).
Moreover, it seems that there is a trouble about Namanereis and 
Namalycastis between the key proposed by Fauchald (1977) and that 
proposed by Glasby (1999) (presence/absence of notosetae and the size of 
antennae). Which is the right one ?

Thank you for your help and many greatings from From France

Jérôme



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Jérôme JOURDE
Ingénieur d'étude
Observatoire Faune-Flore des Pertuis Charentais (OBIONE)
Université de la Rochelle
Institut du Littoral et de l'Environnement
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