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References

  • Ax P, Heller R. 1970.   . Neue Neorhabdocoela (Turbellaria) vom Sandstrand der Nordsee-Insel Sylt. Mikrofauna Meeresbodens 2:1-46.
  • Ax, P. & Heller R. (1970) Neue Neorhabdocoela (Turbellaria) vom sandstrand der Nordsee-inseln Sylt. Mikrofauna des Meeresbodens 2: 55-98, 20 figs.
  • Hoxhold S. 1974. index card avail.
     . Zur Populationsstruktur und Abundanzdynamik interstitieller Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria, Neorhabdocoela). Mikrofauna des Meersbodens 41: 1-134.
  • Jouk, P.; Schockaert, E. 2002. Species composition and diversity of free-living Plathelminthes (Turbellaria) from sandy beaches at the Belgian coast. Bull. Kon. Belg. Inst. Natuurwet. Biologie 72(Suppl.): 35-41.
  • Noldt U. 1985.   . Typhlorhynchus syltensis n.sp. (Schizorhynchia, Plathelminthes) and the adelphotaxa-relationship of Typhlorhynchus and Proschizorhynchus. Mikrofauna Marina 2:347-370.
  • Noldt U. 1989.   . Kalyptorhynchia (Plathelminthes) from sublittoral coastal areas near the island of Sylt (North Sea). I. Schizorhynchia. Microfauna Marina 5:7-85.
  • Scherer B. 1985.   . Annual dynamics of a meiofauna community from the "sulfide layer" of a North Sea sand flat. Microfauna Marina 2:.
  • Schilke K. 1970. index card avail.
     . Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria) aus dem Eulitoral der deutschen Nordseeküste. Helgol Meeresunters 21:143-265.
  • Wehrenberg C, Reise K. 1985.   . Artenspektrum und Abundanz freilebender Plathelminthes in sublitoralen Saenden der Nordsee bei Sylt. Microfauna Marina 2: 163-180.
  • WoRMS (2013). Neoschizorhynchus parvorostro Ax & Heller, 1970. In: Artois, T.; Schockaert, E. & Tyler, S. (2013) World database of Proseriata and Kalyptorhynchia. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/authority/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=143254

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