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Some Antarctic and sub-Antarctic species of Smittinidae (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata)
Hayward, P.J.; Thorpe, J.P. (1990). Some Antarctic and sub-Antarctic species of Smittinidae (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata). J. Zool. (1987) 222(1): 137-175.
In: Journal of Zoology (1987). Zoological Society of London: London. ISSN 0952-8369, more
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  • Hayward, P.J., more
  • Thorpe, J.P.

    Twenty-six species of Bryozoa, in the ascophoran cheilostome family Smittinidae Levinsen, 1909, are described from Antarctic and sub-Antarctic localities. Fourteen species are considered to be new to science. Aspericreta gen. nov. is introduced for Smittina crassatina Waters, 1904, and Platychelyna gen. nov. for Cellarinella planulata Hayward, 1980.

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