1. On new and rare Polychaeta
, etc., from various Regions.
Of the pelagic forms related to the Phyllodocidae Mr. Southern has added to the British Fauna Maupasia coeca
, Viguier, which has a head with slender tentacles and two pairs of tentacular cirri of equal length. The foot is short and blunt, the dorsal and ventral cirri projecting beyond the tip. The dorsal cirrus is foliaceous, the ventral long and slender. The bristles are more slender and elongate than those of the type, and the terminal piece rests on a process considerably within the tip of the shaft, which is pointed. The terminal piece is very slender. [...]
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