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New species of euzonus new record polychaeta opheliidae from a new zealand sandy beach

, : New species of euzonus new record polychaeta opheliidae from a new zealand sandy beach. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 10(2): 375-379

Euzonus otagoensis sp. nov. is described from a wave-exposed, sandy beach on the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand. This is the 1st published record of the genus for the New Zealand region. E. otagoensis is mainly distinguished from the other species of the genus by its 14 prebranchial setigers and bifurcate branchiae with small pinnae on the superior filament.


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