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FIGURE 7 in Worming its way in-Polydora websteri (Annelida: Spionidae) increases the number of non-indigenous shell-boring polydorin pests of cultured molluscs in South Africa

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posted on 2024-01-22, 15:05 authored by Nicola Rodewald

FIGURE 7. Lectotype specimen of Polydora websteri (LACM-AHF POLY 1628) from oyster shells and deposited in the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History (Radashevsky, 1999), stained with methyl-green. (A) dorsal anterior, scale bar: 1 mm, (B) dorsal anterior, scale bar: 0.25 mm, (C) ventral anterior, scale bar: 1 mm, (D) dorsal mid-body, scale bar: 1 mm, (E) latero-posterior; scale bar: 0.25mm (F) posterior; scale bar: 1 mm. Photographed by Adam Wall (Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, August 2019).

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