Turbellarian taxonomic database

Catenulida Stenostomidae Notes

Vejdovsky F 1880 (citation)- page 503, defines.  See Marcus E 1945 (citation).
Vejdovsky F 1882 (citation)- lists p 54 and describes Stenostoma unicola.
Sekera E 1889 (citation)- definition p 319 and p 344 summary in German.  p 319 list of species.
Sekera E 1906 (citation)- on reproductive organs.
Marcus E 1945 (citation)- definition "Cerebrum with 2 anterior and 2 posterior lobes clearly separated.  The 
	cerebrum located near the mouth.  The preoral zone contains groups of sensory cells located in ciliated
	pits of the epidermis or arrayed in longitudinal precerebral series.  The preoral region in the adult
	worms lack a ciliated groove separating it from the rest of the body.  The intestine fills, laterally, a 
	large part of the body cavity; caudally it varies in extent.  Parenchyma is scarce.  Excretory ducts
	occur frequently-" 
		2 Genera	Stenostomum
Marcus E 1949 (citation)-  lists, ref p 14, 15, 16, 17, 95.
Luther A 1960 (citation)- definition in key.
Karling TG 1974 (citation)- in list p 9.

Rogozin AG 1994 (citation)- "Key to freshwater invertebrates of Russia and adjacent lands."  Taxa included
      Bothromesostoma Braun 1885
      Castrada Schmidt 1862 
      Castrella Fuhrmann 1900  
      Catenulida Meixner 1924  
      Dalyellia Flemming 1822  
      Gieysztoria Ruebush & Hayes 1939  
      Macrostomida Karling 1940  
      Macrostomum Schmidt 1848 
      Mesostoma Ehrenberg 1837 
      Microdalyellia Gieysztor 1938  
      Microstomum Schmidt 1848 
      Olisthanella Voigt 1892 
      Opistomum Schmidt 1848  
      Phaenocora Ehrenberg 1835  
      Prorhynchidae Hallez 1894  
      Stenostomidae Vejdovsky 1880  
      Stenostomum Schmidt 1848 
      Strongylostoma Orsted 1843  

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