Turbellarian taxonomic database

Stenostomum bicaudatum


Kennel J v 1888 (citation)-
 
Luther A 1907 (citation)- points out that the flatworm described as Weldonia parayguensis by C. H. Martin
	was probably this species, the "dorsal tubular nerve cord" described was undoubtedly the 
	dorsal excretory canal.

Martin CH 1908 (citation)- Weldonia parayguensis, p 758-763 description and illustration, figures 1-5, 
	compares with Microstomum lineare.  Described as a peculiar rhabdocoel with a dorsal tubular nerve cord.
	 	
Marcus E 1945 (citation)- description and illustration, notes on and in key, compares species paraguayense
	with this and differentiates them on basis of tentacles in pharynx of bicaudatum, lack of
	in paraguayense.
	
Marcus E 1945 (citation)-  lists this, also with details, says is 7 mm long, development of epithelial 
	cells, figure 4.  p 32 has 6 pharyngeal tentacles, long description of development of
	pharynx in asexual reproduction, etc. 

Marcus E 1946 (citation)- lists this from South America, p 6.
Marcus E 1949 (citation)- mentions p 16, notes its geographic distribution, p 17.
Marcus E 1951 (citation)- notes this is first species of genera known from America (letter from
	Fritz Muller-Desteiri to Max Schultze Bonn of March 13, 1864)- has sticky tentacles in 
	pharynx to grab crustacea, etc.

Ax P 1961 (citation)- note on pharynx of.