Amsterdam Expeditions to the West Indian Islands, Report 9. Die Polychaeten der Amsterdam-Expeditionen nach Westindien
Nineteen species were collected, twelve of which were already known to science, three were not or not exactly determinable and three others as well as a subspecies were new to science and described: Microphthalmia stocki n. sp., Typosyllis bifurcata n. sp., Brania glandulosa n. sp., Sphaerosyllis hystrix anoculata n. subsp. Four of the known species are widely distributed, three are circumtropical-subtropical, two have an Indo-West-Pacific distribution, one species has an amphi-Central-American distribution, and two species are endemics.
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Hartmann-Schröder, Gesa. (1980). Amsterdam Expeditions to the West Indian Islands, Report 9. Die Polychaeten der Amsterdam-Expeditionen nach Westindien. Bijdragen tot de dierkunde, 50(2), 387–401.