Turbellarian taxonomic database

Stenostomum tenuicauda

Graff L v 1910 (citation)- reports Stenostomum tenuicauda from the United States.
Graff L v 1911 (citation)- description of Stenostomum tenuicauda found at Rochester, fish ponds at Cold Spring
	Harbor, USA etc.  Illustration on Plate II.
Graff L v 1911 (citation)- reports Stenostomum tenuicauda from the United States.
Higley R 1918 (citation)- reports Stenostomum tenuicauda with S. leucops in midwest, USA, notes differences.
Nasonov NV 1919 (citation)- note on Stenostomum tenuicauda (in Russian) Russia.
Nasonov NV 1929 (citation)- note on Stenostomum tenuicauda in Lennigrad.
Bresslau E 1933 (citation)- Stenostomum tenuicauda p 220, figure 228 diagram of method of asexual reproduction
	length 1.5mm whitish- fresh water in North America.
Ferguson FF, Stirewalt MA, Brown TD, Hayes WJ 1939 (citation)- Stenostomum tenuicauda, report from Mountain 
	Lake Biological Station, Southwestern Virginia, USA.	

Marcus E 1945 (citation)- Stenostomum tenuicauda, details of p 4, 8, 22, 40, 42, 45, 46, 49, 50-57, 58, 67.
Marcus E 1945 (citation)- Stenostomum tenuicauda Graff, illustration and description from Brazil.	
Marcus E 1949 (citation)- mentions Stenostomum tenuicauda p 15.
Hyman LH 1951 (citation)- vol 2, Stenostomum tenuicauda, notes pair of ciliated pits, p 96, illustration of 
	entire animal and enlarged view of bowl shaped body.  p 195, Nuttycombe JW, Waters AJ 1938 (citation) kept
	a culture of these for 11 years, not sexual reproduction occurred in over 1,000 generations.
Marcus E 1954 (citation)- Stenostomum tenuicauda, good illustration of male reproductive organs, other details

Luther A 1960 (citation)- says Stenostomum tenuicauda  = S. leucops
Beklemischev VN 1969 (citation)- Vol II, p 333 diagram of Stenostomum tenuicauda excretory system.