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The family is endemic to eastern Australia and still contains a single species, Antipodoecia turneri Mosely. The species was originally described in the Sericostomatidae, but Ross (1967) established a new family, Antipodoeciidae, to accommodate it in his attempt to rectify the then polyphyletic composition of the Sericostomatidae, sensu lato. From Holzenthal et al. (2007).


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