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SOME NEW RECORDS OF NAIDIDAE AND TUBIFICIDAE (ANNELIDA: OLIGOCHAETA) FROM WASHINGTON
Douglas R. Spencer and Robert E. Wisseman
The Great Basin Naturalist
Vol. 53, No. 4 (31 December 1993), pp. 395-401
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41712804
Page Count: 7
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Five species of Naididae (Ophidonais serpentina, Uncinais uncinata, Arcteonais lomondi, Dero (Dero) digitata, and Slavina appendiculata) and six species of Tubificidae (Tasserkidrilus harmani, Aulodrilus limnobins, A. pluriseta, A. pigueti, A. americanus, and Branchiura sowerbyi) are reported for the first time from Washington. T. harmani, A. pigueti, and A. americanus are also new to the fauna of the western United States. Descriptions and distribution ranges are provided for the new records. A checklist of the freshwater species occurring in Washington is presented.
The Great Basin Naturalist © 1993 Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University