Free Content Onuphidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from Southeastern Brazil

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Fourteen species of Onuphidae have been identified from estuarine and offshore environments along the southeast coast of Brazil: Nothria benthophyla n. sp., Hyalinoecia juvenalis Moore, 1911; Diopatra viridis Kinberg, 1865, Diopatra tridentata Hartman, 1944, Brevibrachium hanneloreae sp. n., Rhamphobrachium verngreni (Kinberg, 1865), Australonuphis casamiquelorum (Orensanz, 1974), Kinbergonuphis fauchaldi sp. n., Kinbergonuphis nonatoi sp. n., Kinbergonuphis orensanzi (Fauchald, 1982), Kinbergonuphis difficilis (Fauchald, 1982), Mooreonuphis lineata sp. n., Mooreonuphis intermedia (Kinberg, 1865) and Onuphis eremita oculata Hartman, 1951. Descriptions and differential diagnoses are given for all new species.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 1991

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