Turbellarian taxonomic database

Paraphanostoma brachyposthium Notes

Geographic distribution: Common in bottom mud, Northwest Europe; Adriatic, Mediterranean.
Specimens: Dorjes J, Karling TG 1975 (citation)- Swedish Museum of Natural History,  p 183.

Westblad E 1942 (citation)- describes this new species and says is most common one in bottom
	mud samples- subtidal.  p 42-43 figure 22, figure 9 and 15 in general discussion
	p 11-38, plate I4-5.
Westblad E 1946 (citation)- notes presence of ductus spermaticus p 7.
Westblad E 1948 (citation)- p 21 note on structure of muscels; p 36 copulatory organs in, illustration
	p 38; p 44-45 female organs illustration; p 48 on vagina and penis, etc.  general discussion
	p 21, 46, 44-45, 48 figure 9D.
Marcus E 1950 (citation)- mentions p 13, 14, 15, 102, 103.  Compares species fo Paraphanostoma.
Westblad E 1954 (citation)- lists this from Norway on Amphiura Syndosyma bottom at 42-45 m.  Occurence
	as Scandinavian west coast and Scotland.
Marcus E 1954 (citation)- mentions p 428, 429, 480.
Dorjes J 1968 (citation)-lists p 112, p 322-324 brief description and illustration, figure 109.
Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- ecology of in Germany p 99, 88.
Dorjes J, Karling TG 1975 (citation)- Swedish Museum of Natural History, N. W. European.  Remark
	on bursa figure 20.  Specimens p 183.
Dorjes J 1979 (citation)- parasites in.
Lauckner G 1980 (citation)- notes mesozoa reported in by Westblad E 1942 (citation).

Notes for the valid (accepted) taxonomic name

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