Turbellarian taxonomic database

Atriofronta polyvacuola Notes

Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- p 114 lists as type, p 340-344 description and illustration.
Dorjes J 1968 (citation)- on ecololgy of in Germany 87, 94, 98.	
Apelt G 1969 (citation)- p 304 and 313 on eggs and early development.
Faubel A 1974 (citation)- reports from Sylt, illustration of entire animal.
Faubel A 1976 (citation)- notes shift in location beach in winter p 256- is continuously sexually
	ripe; p 257- 8-10 generations per year p 258; life cycle p 353-358; also p 319, 320,
	275, 277, 287, 291, 295-298, 256.
Faubel A 1977 (citation)- lists p 61, in beach slop p 64-66 in Table 1 in sand-mud flat p 67
	found in transition zone p 70.		
Ax P 1977 (citation)- life cycle in p 17 in table p 14.	
Ehlers U, Doerjes J 1979 (citation)- on numbers of p 65,66, and 69.	

Hooge MD, Haye P, Tyler S, Litvaitis MK, Kornfield I  2002 (citation)- Phylogenetic relationships using 18S
rDNA, and morphological characters of sperm and body-wall musculature.

Ratz H, Faubel A, Roeder T 1988 (citation)- p 173, "...Acoela were studies by electrophoresis and
histochemistry."  Species included in the study were:
     Aphanostoma album
     Convoluta convoluta
     Pseudaphanostoma psammophilum
     Atriofronta polyvacuola
     Haplogonaria syltensis
     Haplogonaria simplex
     Anaperus tvaerminnensis
     Postmecynostomum pictum
     Mecynostomum auritum
     Paedomecynostomum bruneum
     Philomecynostomum lapillum
     Pseudmecynostomum papillosum

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