Turbellarian taxonomic database

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Polycelis coronata borealis

  author date   title journal / publication pages
Primary authority: Kenk R 1953 index card avail.
 
The fresh-water triclads (Turbellaria) of Alaska. Proceed U S National Mus 103(3322):163-186  
other taxonomic work: Kenk R 1972 index card avail.
 
Freshwater planarians (Turbellaria) of North America. Biota of Fresh-water Ecosystems, Identification Manual, 1: 1-81 ; Washington, Environmental Protection Agency. [Also second printing, 1976, Cincinnati, Ohio] 27
other taxonomic work: Kenk R 1973 index card avail.
 
Freshwater triclads (Turbellaria) of North America. V. The genus Polycelis. Smithson Contrib Zool 135: 1-15 7-8
latest authority: Kenk R 1974 index card avail.
abstract/note
Index to the genera and species of the freshwater triclads (Turbellaria) of the world. Smithson Contrib Zool 183: 1-90  

literature of valid taxon (Polycelis coronata coronata) :
  author date   title journal / publication pages
  Girard CF 1891    Deux expèces nouvelles de Planariés americaines. Le Naturaliste 13(98):80  
  Hallez P 1894 index card avail.
 
Catalogue des Rhabdocelides, Triclades & Polyclades du Nord de la France. 2nd ed. L. Danel, Lille. 239 pages 172, 179
  Braithwaite SF 1962    The taxonomic problem of Polycelis in the United States. M.S. Thesis, Brigham Young University, USA. 32 pages.  
  Kenk R 1972 index card avail.
 
Freshwater planarians (Turbellaria) of North America. Biota of Fresh-water Ecosystems, Identification Manual, 1: 1-81 ; Washington, Environmental Protection Agency. [Also second printing, 1976, Cincinnati, Ohio] 25, 27
  Kenk R 1973 index card avail.
 
Freshwater triclads (Turbellaria) of North America. V. The genus Polycelis. Smithson Contrib Zool 135: 1-15 3-8
  Kenk R 1989    Revised list of the North American freshwater planarians (Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Paludicola). Smithsonian Contrib. Zool. 476, 10 pp. 4


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