Turbellarian taxonomic database

Pseudohaplogonaria viridipunctata


Westblad E 1946 (citation)- p 25 can be identified by small deep green rhabdites- give it
	stifpled appearance.  p 48-9 description and illustration, bowed body and slow corkscrew
	movement; p 26 ectodermal location of nervous system; p 27 primitive reproductive organs.
	
Westblad E 1948 (citation)- p 22 superficial nerve plexus in; p 29 on testes in- ovary unpaired,
	testes ?; p 31 on sperm in, p 32 illustration of; p 40 true copulatory organ lacking;
	p 46 on female organ in; p 50 separate gonopores; p 51 epithelial nervous system marks
	this as primitive species.
		
Marcus E 1948 (citation)- lists as species with 2 gonopores p 117.
Marcus E 1949 (citation)- mentions this p 11, 13, 94.
Ax P 1959 (citation)- compares his species C. fulvomaculata with this p 55. 
Ax P 1961 (citation)- notes outer nerve net - ovatestes in.
Ax P 1963 (citation)- notes epithelial nervous system in; p 204 notes hermaphroditic gonad in.
Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- move fron Convoluta and make type of this genus p 99.
Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- on ecology of in Germany p 98, 87.
Dorjes J, Karling TG 1975 (citation)- Swedish Museum of Natural History, Mediterranean.
Ehlers U, Doerjes J 1979 (citation)- in comparison p 30.

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Notes from synonyms