Yes, I was in AMNH and we could not find this heft 7 with Augener's paper
Hartman, 1950 wrote : N serratifolia Ehlers, 1897 p.24 off the Falkland Islands. This was first described with recurved cirri, the proboscis with 20 terminal papillae and 15 subdistal rows with 6-7 in row. Monro, 1930, p.114 redescribed it with involute cirri, and Augener, 1922a p. 19, suggests affinities with Aglaophamus dibranchis
But I have not found any papers which support this thesis.
So it will be interesting for me to read about this worm
Scientific Senior Researcher
Dept of Hydrobiology
Moscow State University
Четверг, 6 июня 2013, 22:33 UTC от Geoff Read <Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz>:
>>The volume 88A is correct, and it is heft 7. Unfortunately at BHL digitisation there is 88A, but the middle hefts are not there. Pagination begins again with each heft. Augener's figures are all text figs (no separate plates).
>>I don't have a pdf or access to the print volume, only an old photocopy. If someone does could they send a pdf to me also? I haven't checked archive.org for this, but BHL has the best sets of this journal.
>>BHL has two good sets of digitisations of Archiv für Naturgeschichte. The later volumes are in this set.
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>>In the list of References of Hartman O., 1950. Polychaetous annelids. Goniadidae, Glyceridae and Nephtyidae // Allan Hancock Pacific Exped., 1950, 15 (1): 1–182.
>>I saw the link to the paper of
>>Augener, 1922. Australishe Polychaeten des Hamburger zoologiches Museum. // Archiv für Naturgeschichte, Berlin. Vol. 88 (Abt. A), pp. 1-37, 9 figs.
>>I need this paper. But when I looked for it in different libraries - all answers were that the number of the Volumes was wrong.
>If somebody have pdf of this paper? or knows the real number of Volume?
>>I would be greatly appreciated for sending it to me.
>>The best wishes
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