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Johnston, George. (1839). Miscellanea Zoologica. VI. The British Aphroditaceæ. Annals of Natural History; or, Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology. 2(12): 424-441, plates XXI-XXIII.
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Johnston, George
1839
Miscellanea Zoologica. VI. The British Aphroditaceæ.
Annals of Natural History; or, Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology
2(12): 424-441, plates XXI-XXIII
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Class Annelides. Order Errantes.
Character. Head distinct, antenniferous: proboscis in general with four jaws in adjunct pairs: feet well developed, not uniform in structure, for some are furnished with a superior cirrus and usually with branchiae, but without scales; while others, usually squamous, are neither branchial nor cirriferous, and these alternate, for a definite space, along the sides: branchiæ sometimes obsolete, always rudimentary and concealed, in the form of crests or tubercles situated on the upper part of the dorsal branch of the foot above the cirrus.
British Islands
Eastern Atlantic warm temperate to boreal
North Sea (and Channel)
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Pholoe Johnston, 1839 (original description)
 Type species

Records giving Aphrodita minuta Fabricius as type species (eg Hartman Catalogue p.117) are based on the (incorrect) ... [details]

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