Turbellarian taxonomic database

Pseudohaplogonaria macnaei

Marcus EDB-R 1957 (citation)- this is a "dividing Convoluta" rediscovered by Dr. Wm Macnae of East
	Africa- Dr Macnae consdiers "this sand dwelling species is an Indian Ocean component of
	South African fauna"- list of localities- comparison with Convoluta roscoffensis occurs
	in same area of run off at the shore- reproduction by architomy the reproductive organs are
	found.  to 5 mm long, with algae, etc.
	p 168-170 and figures 22-25- notes architomy in and discusses distribution; from Indian
	Ocean in South Africa also p 154.

Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- moves to Psudohaplogonaria p 99.
Apelt G 1969 (citation)- p 268- ntoes Marcus E, Macnae W 1954 (citation) on sexual reproduction.
Henley C 1974 (citation)- notes early work on reproduction by Wager HA 1913 (citation).
Crezee M 1978 (citation)- points out asexual reproduction in.	
Ehlers U, Doerjes J 1979 (citation)- in comparison p 30.
Yamasu T 1982 (citation)- C. naikaiensis, p 34- both are sand dwellers.