By Charatsee Aungtonya (auth.), Elín Sigvaldadóttir, Andrew S. Y. Mackie, Guðmundur V. Helgason, Donald J. Reish, Jörundur Svavarsson, Sigmar A. Steingrímsson, Guðmundur Guðmundsson (eds.)
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3C–M), size of aciculae in chaetiger 8 approximately intermediate between large and normal ones (Fig. 3J). (2) Supraacicular simple chaetae in chaetigers 2–7 (10) distinctly thicker than in the following chaetigers (Fig. 3N, O). (3) Simple supraacicular chaetae gradually decreasing in size in posterior segments, in posteriormost chaetigers distinctly thinner (Fig. 3O). (4) Compounds in chaetigers 1–7 with blades of different length and shape: 6–11 falcigers with short blades, bidentate, distinctly serrated on cutting edges and with strong biﬁd shafts; shortest and strongest chaetae of this kind in anteriormost segments, in middle of each bundle (Fig.
Digitiform postchaetal lobe with an enlarged base up to chaetiger 5. Gills begin on chaetiger 6 in holotype and on chaetiger 7 in two paratypes, bearing 4 simple ﬁlaments (Fig. 2F) and 6 ﬁlaments from chaetiger 15, (Fig. 2G). First ﬁve chaetigers have pseudocompound chaetae with tridentate hooks (Fig. 2H). Only chaetiger 5 has tridentate subacicular hooks. From chaetiger 7 (chaetiger 6 on paratypes) compound spinigers (Fig. 2I) appear next to acicular chaetae. Posterior parapodia (from chaetiger 66) provided with pectinate (Fig.
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Advances in Polychaete Research: Proceedings of the 7th International Polychaete Conference held in Reykjavik, Iceland, 2–6 July 2001 by Charatsee Aungtonya (auth.), Elín Sigvaldadóttir, Andrew S. Y. Mackie, Guðmundur V. Helgason, Donald J. Reish, Jörundur Svavarsson, Sigmar A. Steingrímsson, Guðmundur Guðmundsson (eds.)