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Rediscovery of Talehsapia annandalei (Polychaeta: Pilargidae) in Songkhla Lagoon, Thailand
|Title:||Rediscovery of Talehsapia annandalei (Polychaeta: Pilargidae) in Songkhla Lagoon, Thailand|
|Authors:||Salazar-Vallejo, Sergio I.|
|Issue Date:||Jul 1996|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Salazar-Vallejo SI, Nishi E, Anguspanich S. 2001. Rediscovery of Talehsapia annandalei (Polychaeta: Pilargidae) in Songkhla Lagoon, Thailand. Pac Sci 55(3): 267 - 273.|
|Abstract:||The pilargid polychaete Talehsapia annandalei Fauvel, 1932, has been
rediscovered in its type locality and its taxonomic affinities are clarified. The
genus is set off from remaining synelmins based on possession of palps completely
fused and absence of tentacular cirri. The "jawlike" structure is rather a
symmetrical, discontinuous pair of denticulated bands and is not a true jaw.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 55, Number 3, 2001|
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