Molecular Biology and Genetics
Statistics of barcoding coverage
|Specimen Records:||530||Public Records:||188|
|Specimens with Sequences:||293||Public Species:||38|
|Specimens with Barcodes:||186||Public BINs:||55|
|Species With Barcodes:||52|
Locations of barcode samples
One of the most conspicuous of the eunicids is the giant, dark purple, iridescent "Bobbit worm" (Eunice aphroditois), found at low tide under boulders on southern Australian shores. Its robust, muscular body can be as long as 2 metres.
They have an evertible proboscis.
- Fauchald, K. (1992). "A review of the genus Eunice (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) based upon type material". Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology (523): 1–422.
- Keith Davey (2000). "Eunice aphroditois". Life on Australian Seashores. Retrieved 2007-10-10.
- Weast, Steve. "The Great Worm Incident". Oregon, USA. Retrieved 2009-03-27
- "Giant Sea Worm Unmasked as Coral Killer". Newquay, UK. 2009-03-17. Retrieved 2009-03-27
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