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“Genus Phyllomenia Thiele, 1913

Phyllomenia Thiele, 1913. Deutsche Südpolar-Expedition 1901-1903. 14 Zoologie, 6 (1): 45.

TYPE SPECIES: Phyllomenia austrina Thiele, 1913.

With epidermal papillae; solid sclerites acicular and paddle- to oar-shaped in various layers. Mouth separated from the atrium. Midgut with constrictions. Gonads with true gonoducts. Secondary genital opening paired. With copulatory stylets. Without dorsoterminal sense organ. Without respiratory folds.”

(García-Álvarez & Salvini-Plawen, 2007: 100)

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Phyllomenia

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Phyllomenia is a genus of sterrofustian solenogasters, shell-less, worm-like, marine mollusks.[1]

References

  1. ^ García-Álvarez, Óscar; v. Salvini-Plawen, Luitfried (2007). "Species and diagnosis of the Families and Genera of Solenogastres (Mollusca)" (PDF). Iberus. 25 (2): 73–143. Archived from the original (PDF) on 7 July 2011.
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Phyllomenia: Brief Summary

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Phyllomenia is a genus of sterrofustian solenogasters, shell-less, worm-like, marine mollusks.

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