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SUPERFAMILY ECTINOSOMATOIDEA Sars, 1903

ECTINOSOMATIDAE Sars, 1903


Syn.: Ectinosomidae Sars, 1903 (1911); Olofsson, 1917; Monard, 1927; Rose, 1933; Lang, 1948; 1965; Gonzalez & Bowman, 1965;Zheng Zhong & al.,1984 (1989). ?Ectinosomatoidea Sars, 1903 was synonymized with Ectinosomatidae Sars, 1903, as both taxa enclose the same species.


The family Ectinosomidae was established by Sars (1904) and later discussed by Olofsson (1917), who also provided a key to five, in that time known, genera. Later on, systematic changes on a family level were made by Lang (1944, 1948, 1965) who also provided very useful keys to genera. The family name was corrected to Ectinosomatidae by Moore (1978), according to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature.

At present the family Ectinosomatidae encompasses 233 species and subspecies, grouped into 22 valid genera (Bodin, 1997): Arenosetella Wilson, 1932; Bradya Boeck, 1972; Bradyellopsis Brian, 1924; Ectinosoma Boeck, 1865; Chaulionyx Kihara & Huys, 2009; Halectinosoma Lang, 1944; Halophytophilus Brian, 1917; Hastigerella Nicholls, 1935; Klieosoma Hicks & Schriever, 1985; Lineosoma Wells, 1965; Microsetella Brady & Robertson, 1873; Noodtiella Wells, 1965; Pseudectinosoma Kunz, 1935; Pseudobradya Sars, 1904; Sigmatidium Giesbrecht, 1881; Ectinosomella Sars, 1910; Ectinosomoides Nicholls, 1945; Oikopus Wells, 1967; Peltobradya Medioni & Soyer, 1967; Parabradya Lang 1944; Tetanopis Brady, 1910; Rangabradya Karanovic & Pesce, 2001.

Last six genera are monospecific, while the genus Bradya is subdivided into two subgenera: Bradya s. str. and Parabradya Lang, 1944. Recently Seifried, Plum & Schulz (2007) consider Parabradya as distinct genus.

Only the genus Pseudectinosoma includes exclusive freshwater species;all the other genera are marine, with a few freshwater species.

Lang (1965) pointed out two distinct evolutionary lineages within the family Ectinosomatidae: one comprising genera with rectangular cephalothorax and linear body shape, the other with a cephalothorax gradually attenuated in front and fusiform body shape.

Species of the family Ectinosomatidae (except those old species, not completely described and illustred) are characterized by carrying one or two setae on the distal margin of the cutting edge of the mandible; these setae are absent in all other copepod species, and "there is no doubt that the Ectinisomatidae are monophyletic" (Seifried, 1997).

"The recently known genera of the family can be divided into three groups, according to the shapes of the cephalothorax and habitus. The first includes six genera with a rectangular cephalothorax and a cylindrical body shape. They are comprised of: Arenosetella Wilson, 1932; Ectinosomoides Nicholls, 1945; Glabrotelson Huys in Kihara & Huys, 2009; Noodtiella Wells, 1965; Oikopus Wells, 1967; and Tetanopsis Brady, 1910. The second group includes 15 genera with a cephalothorax tapering anteriorly and a fusiform body shape: Bradya Boeck, 1873; Bradyellopsis Brian, 1925; Chaulionyx Kihara & Huys, 2009; Ectinosoma Boeck, 1865; Ectinosomella Sars, 1910; Halophytophilus Brian, 1919; Halectinosoma Vervoort, 1962; Klieosoma Hicks & Schriever, 1985; Microsetella Brady & Robertson, 1873; Parahalectinosoma George & Schwabe, 2019; Parabradya Lang, 1944; Pseudectinosoma Kunz, 1935; Pseudobradya Sars, 1904; Rangabradya Karanovic & Pesce, 2001 (including Siamorangabradya, subgen. nov.); and Sigmatidium Giesbrecht, 1881. The third group comprises genera with a cephalothorax clearly wider than the urosome and a dorsoventrally depressed prosome, including Peltobradya Médioni & Soyer, 1968 and Pontobradya Apostolov, 2011. Of the above-mentioned genera, Halectinosoma is most speciose with 69 valid species (Sciberras et al. 2018) (Boonyanusith & Athibail, 2021)" [PDF]



Arenosetella Wilson, 1932

Bradya Boeck, 1872

Bradyellopsis Brian, 1924

Chaulionyx Kihara & Huys, 2009

Ectinosoma Boeck, 1865

Ectinosomella Sars, 1910

Ectinosomoides Nicholls, 1945

Glabrotelson Huys, 2009

Halectinosoma Lang, 1944, 1965

Halophytophilus Brian, 1917

Hastigerella Nicholls, 1935

Klieosoma Hicks & Schriever, 1985

Kliella Hicks & Schriver, 1983 (Bodin, 1997)

Lineosoma Wells, 1965

Microsetella Brady & Robertson, 1873

Noodtiella Wells, 1965

Oikopus Wells, 1967

Parabradya Lang 1944

Parahalectinosoma George & Schwabe, 2019

Peltobradya Medioni & Soyer, 1967

Pontobradya Apostolov, 2011

Pseudectinosoma Kunz, 1935

Pseudobradya Sars, 1904

Rangabradya Karanovic & Pesce, 2001

Sigmatidium Giesbrecht, 1881

Tetanopsis Brady, 1910


| KEY TO GENERA OF ECTINOSOMATIDAE |


PARAHALECTINOSOMA George & Schwabe, 2019

  • Parahalectinosoma maiorovae George & Schwabe, 2019


    KLIELLA Schaefer, 1945

  • Kliella hyaloderma Schaefer, 1945


    ARENOSETELLA Wilson, 1932

  • Arenosetella balakrishnani Bozic, 1967 [India; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella bassantae Mitwally & Montagna, 2001 [Egypt; sandy beaches] [PDF]
  • Arenosetella bidenta Ito, 1972 [Japan; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella duriensis Galhano, 1970 [Portugal: marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella fimbriaticauda McLachlan & Moore, 1978 [south Africa; sandy beaches, interstitial]
  • Arenosetella fissilis Wilson, 1932 [USA; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella germanica germanica Kunz,1937 [Pontomediterranean, Africa, India, Panama, Madagascar, Chile, Brazil; marine interstitial] [PDF]
  • Arenosetella germanica galapagoensis Mielke, 1979 [Galapagos; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella incerta Chappuis, 1954 [Mediterranean; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella indica Krishnaswamy, 1957 [India; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella kaiseri Lang, 1965 [USA; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella lanceorostrata Sonmez et al., 2016 [Turkey] [PDF]
  • Arenosetella limnophila Sterba, 1967 [URSS; fresh waters]
  • Arenosetella littoralis Bodin, 1979 [France; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella longiseta Kunz, 1983 [Azores; littoral psammon] [PDF]
  • Arenosetella mediterranea Chappuis, 1954 accepted as Tetanopsis mediterranea (Chappuis, 1954)
  • Arenosetella kaiseri Lang, 1965 [USA; psammon]
  • Arenosetella macronychospina Mielke, 1981 [Panama; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella madagascariensis Lang, 1965 [Madagascar; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella monensis Moore, 1976 (syn. Arenosetella tenuissima (Klie, 1929)
  • Arenosetella noodti Rao & Ganapati, 1969 (syn. Glabrotelson noodti (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) Huys, 2009
  • Arenosetella palpilabra (Nicholls, 1935) accepted as Arenosetella tenuissima (Klie, 1929)
  • Arenosetella panamensis Mielke, 1981 [Panama; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella pectinata Chappuis, 1954 (syn. Noodtiella pectinata (Chappuis, 1954)
  • Arenosetella rouchi Lang, 1965 [Brazil; marine interstitial]
  • Arenoteselal setosus Roa& Ganapati, 1968 (syn. Glabrotelson setosum (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) Huys, 2009) [PDF]
  • Arenosetella spinicauda Wilson, 1932 [USA; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella tenuissima (Klie, 1929) [north Europe, Bahamas; marine interstitial]
  • Arenosetella tricornis Wells & Rao, 1987 [Andaman, Nicobar; psammon] [PDF]
  • Arenosetella unisetosa Wells, 1965 (syn. Glabrotelson unisetosa (Wells, 1965)
  • Arenosetella vinadelmarensis Mielke, 1986 [Chile; sandy beaches] [PDF]


    BRADYA Boeck, 1872

    Lang (1944) subdivided the genus Bradya into two subgenera, Bradya and Parabradya, based on the differences in P5 segmentation, the exopod being fused to the baseoendopod in Parabradya but being distinct in Bradya.

    Recently, on the basis of some morphological differences and autapomorphies. Seifried et al. (2007) upgraded the above subgenera to generic rank [ [PDF] ].


  • Bradya cladiofera Lang, 1965 [USA; psammon]
  • Bradya congenera Sars, 1920 [Europe, Israel; psammon]
  • Bradya furcata Sars, 1920 [Norway; mud]
  • Bradya kurtschimnkei Seifried & Arbizu, 2008[Angola; sea waters] [PDF]
  • Bradya longifurcata Apostolov, 2011 [Iceland]
  • Bradya longispinosa Jaschnov, 1927 *
  • Bradya macrochaeta Sar, 1920 [Norway; mud]
  • Bradya minutiseta Soyer, 1973 [France; marine]
  • Bradya proxima T. Scott, 1912 [North Sea; ?]
  • Bradya pugiochaeta Arlt, 1983
  • Bradya scotti Sars, 1920 [Europe; marine coastal sediments]
  • Bradya simulans sars, 1920 [Europe; muddy sand]
  • Bradya theodori Soyer, 1973 [France; marine]
  • Bradya typica Boeck, 1872 [Europe, Arctic; marine, sublittoral mud] [PDF]

    * questionable species


    PONTOBRADYA Apostolov, 2011

  • Pontobradya abyssalis Apostolov, 2011 [Iceland]


    PARABRADYA Lang, 1944


  • Parabradya abyssalis Apostolov, 2011 [Iceland]
  • Parabradya atlantica Bodin, 1968 [France; psammon]
  • Parabradya confluens (Lang, 1936) [Spitzbergen; marine]
  • Parabradya bodini Bozic, 1969 [France; psammon]
  • Parabradya dilatata Sars, 1904 [Europe; marine coastal sediments]
  • Parabradya pugiochaeta Arlt, 1983 [Baltic sea] *
  • Parabradya samsoni Seifried, Penn & Schulz, 2007 [Angola; deep sea] [PDF]

    * questionable species


    BRADYELLOPSIS Brian, 1924

  • Bradyellopsis arupinensis Steuer, 1941 [Italy; sea waters]
  • Bradyellopsis briani Steuer, 1941 [Egypt; psammon]
  • Bradyellopsis foliatus Watkins, 1987 [USA; psammon]
  • Bradyellopsis subniger subniger Brian, 1924 [Italy; sea waters]
  • Bradyellopsis subniger inconcinna Brian, 1924
  • Bradyellopsis tumidis Brian, 1924 [Italy; sea waters]


    ECTINOSOMOIDES Nicholls, 1945

  • Ectinosomoides longipes Nicholls, 1945 [Australia; marine interstitial]
  • Ectinosomoides pectinatus (Chappuis, 1954) (syn. Noodtiella pectinata (Chappuis, 1954)


    HALOPHYTOPHILUS Brian, 1917
    syn. Alophytophilus Brian, 1919

  • Halophytophilus aberrans Wells & Rao, 1987 [Nicobar, Andaman; psammon] (syn. Klieosoma aberrans (Wells & Rao, 1987) [PDF]
  • Halophytophilus fusiformis Brian, 1918 [France, Italy, north Africa; psammon]
  • Halophytophilus lopheliae Gheerardyn et al., 2008 [NE Atlantic]
  • Halophytophilus prehensilus Kornev & Chertoprud, 2008
  • Halophytophilus similis Lang, 1948 [Summer islands; mud sediments]
  • Halophytophilus simplex Wells & Rao, 1987 [Nicobar, Andaman; psammon] [PDF]
  • Halophytophilus spinicornis Sars, 1920 [Norway; mud sediments]
  • Halophytophilus triarticulatus Klie, 1949 (syn. Klieosoma triarticulatum (Klie, 1949)

    SPECIES INCERTAE SEDIS

  • Halophytophilus aberrans Wells & Rao, 1987


    KLIEOSOMA Hicks & Schriever, 1985

  • Klieosoma aberrans Wells & Rao, 1987 [Andman, Nicobar; psammon] (?)
  • Klieosoma spinosum Hicks & Schriever, 1985 [Eckerford, Kieler; sea waters]
  • Klieosoma spinosa (Hicks & Schriever, 1983) accepted as Klieosoma spinosum (Hicks & Schriever, 1983)
  • Klieosoma triarticulatum (Klie, 1949) [Helgoland; on Laminaria, gravels]


    HASTIGERELLA Nicholls, 1935 ( =Glabrotelson Huys, 2009)

  • Hastigerella abbotti abbotti Lang, 1965 [USA, France; marine interstitial]
  • Hastigerella bengalensis Rao, 1972 [India] accepted as Glabrotelson bengalense (Rao, 1972) Huys, 2009
    [PDF]
  • Hastigerella bengalensis Rao, 1972 accepted as Glabrotelson bengalense (Rao, 1972) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella bodini Apostolov, 1974 accepted as Glabrotelson bodini (Apostolov, 1974) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella bozici Soyer, 1974 accepted as Glabrotelson bozici (Soyer, 1974) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella clavata (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) [India; coastal interstitial] (=Glabrotelson clavatum (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) Huys, 2009)
  • Hastigerella chappuisi Soyer, 1974 accepted as Glabrotelson chappuisi (Soyer, 1974) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella grandimandibularis Wells, 1967 accepted as Glabrotelson leptoderma (Klie, 1929) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella leptoderma (Klie, 1929) [Europe, USA; littoral interstitial] (=Glabrotelson leptoderma (Klie, 1929) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella mehuinensis Mielke, 1986 accepted as Glabrotelson mehuinensis (Mielke, 1986) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella meridionalis (Chappuis, 1954) [France; marine interstitial] (=Glabrotelson meridionale (Chappuis, 1954) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella monniotae (Guille & Soyer, 1966) (=Glabrotelson monniotae (Guille & Soyer, 1966) Huys, 2009)
  • Hastigerella noodti (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) accepted as Glabrotelson noodti (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella palpilabra (Nicholls, 1935) [Scotland; marine] (Ectinosoma tenuissima Klie, 1929 accepted as Arenosetella tenuissima (Klie, 1929) (synonomized by McLachlan & Moore, 1978))
  • Hastigerella psammae (Noodt, 1955) accepted as Glabrotelson psammae (Noodt, 1955) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella setosa (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) [India; coastal interstitial] (=Glabrotelson setosum (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) Huys, 2009)
  • Hastigerella scheibeli Mielke, 1975 accepted as Glabrotelson scheibeli (Mielke, 1975) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella soyeri Bodin, 1979 accepted as Glabrotelson soyeri (Bodin, 1979) Huys, 2009
  • Hastigerella tenuissima Klie, 1929 accepted as Glabrotelson tenuissima (Klie, 1929)
  • Hastigerella unisetosa (Wells, 1965) [Scotland; marine muds] (=Glabrotelson unisetosa (Wells, 1965)


    LINEOSOMA Wells, 1965

    (syn. of Noodtiella according to Kihara & Huys, 2009) [PDF]

  • Lineosoma chilensis Mielke, 1987 [Chile; psammon]
  • Lineosoma enertha (Lindgren, 1975) [USA; marine interstitial]
  • Lineosoma intermedia (Wells, 1967)[Africa, Mozambico; marine interstitial]
  • Lineosoma iscensis Wells, 1965 [England; marine interstitial]


    MICROSETELLA Brady & Robertson, 1873

  • Microsetella atlantica Brady & Robertson, 1873 (=Microsetella norvegica (Boeck, 1865)
  • Microsetella brevifida Giesbrecht, 1891 (=Microsetella norvegica (Boeck, 1865)
  • Microsetella norvegica (Boeck, 1865) [cosmopolitan, coastal marine waters, planktonic]
  • Microsetella rosea (Dana, 1848) [Brazil, Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, Mediterranean and Red Seas; pelagic and coastal marine waters, planktonic]


    OIKOPUS Wells, 1967

  • Oikopus rostrilabrus Wells, 1967 [Africa, Mozambico;marine interstitial]


    PELTOBRADYA Medioni & Soyer, 1967

  • Peltobradya bryozoophila Medioni & Soyer, 1967 [France; sea waters]


    PSEUDOBRADYA Sars, 1904

  • Pseudobradya acuta Sars, 1904 [Norway, Italy, Alaska?; ?]
  • Pseudobradya ambigua Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya arctica Olofsson, 1917 [Baltic Sea] [PDF]
  • Pseudobradya attenuata Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya banyulensis Soyer, 1974 [West Mediterranean]
  • Pseudobradya barroisi (Richard, 1893) [Caspian sea, Tiberias sea] (= Halectinosoma barroisi (Richard, 1893)
  • Pseudobradya beduina beduina Monard, 1935 [north Africa; sea waters] [PDF]
  • Pseudobradya beduina faialensis Kunz, 1983 [Azores; psammon] [PDF]
  • Pseudobradya brevicaudata Soyer, 1974 [West Mediterranean]
  • Pseudobradya brevicornis T. Scott, 1893 [Scotland; marine]
  • Pseudobradya cornuta Lang, 1965 [USA; sea waters]
  • Pseudobradya crassipes Lang, 1965 [USA; sea waters]
  • Pseudobradya digitata Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya distincta Wells, 1968 [Scilly island; psammon]
  • Pseudobradya elegans (T. & A. Scott, 1894) [north Europe; marine]
  • Pseudobradya exilis Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya fusca (T. & A. Scott, 1894) [north Europe; marine]
  • Pseudobradya gascae Suarez-Morales & Fuentes-Reines, 2015 [Colombia; lagoons] [PDF]
  • Pseudobradya hirsuta (T.A. Scott, 1894) [north Europe;marine]
  • Pseudobradya kusnezovi Chislenko, 1967 [White sea, Karelian coast]
  • Pseudobradya lanceta Coull, 1986 [USA; beach interstitial]
  • Pseudobradya leptognatha Sars, 1920 [north Europe; marine]
  • Pseudobradya major (Olofsson, 1917) [north Europe, Alaska; lakes]
  • Pseudobradya maxima Lang, 1935 [Skagerrack; marine]
  • Pseudobradya minor (T.A. Scott, 1894) [north Europe; marine, muddy sand]
  • Pseudobradya oligochaeta Chislenko, 1967 [White sea, Karelian coast]
  • Pseudobradya parvula Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya pectinifera Lang, 1965 [USA; sea waters]
  • Pseudobradya pelobates Jakobi, 1954
  • Pseudobradya pelogonos Jakobi, 1954
  • Pseudobradya pelotrophos Jakobi, 1954
  • Pseudobradya peresi Soyer, 1974 [West Mediterranean]
  • Pseudobradya proxima Brady, 1910
  • Pseudobradya psammophila Bodiou, 1975 [France; marine interstitial]
  • Pseudobradya pulchera Lang, 1965 [USA; sea waters]
  • Pseudobradya pygmaea Sars, 1920 [Norway, Italy; marine]
  • Pseudobradya quoddiensis Willey, 1930 [Canada; marine]
  • Pseudobradya robusta Sars, 1910 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya rhea Bodin, 1979 [France; psammon]
  • Pseudobradya scabriuscula Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya similis (T.A. Scott, 1894) [north Europe; marine, muddy sand]
  • Pseudobradya soyeri Bodiou, 1975 [France; marine interstitial]
  • Pseudobradya spinulosa Soyer, 1974 [West Mediterranean]
  • Pseudobradya tenella Sars, 1920 [Norway; marine]
  • Pseudobradya truncatiseta Soyer, 1974 [West Mediterranean]
  • Pseudobradya usitata Noodt, 1964 [Roten sea]

    Incertae or poorly described species: P. proxima Brady, 1910; P. pulchella Sars, 1920; P. pelobates Jakobi, 1954; P. pelogonos Jakobi, 1954; P. pelotrophos Jakobi, 1954; P. aff. hirsuta Por, 1964.


    SIGMATIDIUM Giesbrecht, 1881

  • Sigmatidium arenosetelloides Noodt, 1958 (=Noodtiella arenosetelloides (Noodt, 1958)
  • Sigmatidium chappuisi Schäfer, 1951
  • Sigmatidium difficile Giesbrecht, 1881 [Germany; sea waters, algae, muds]
  • Sigmatidium kunzi Mielke, 1979 [Galapagos; psammon]
  • Sigmatidium minor (Kunz, 1935) (=Pseudectinosoma minor Kunz, 1935)
  • Sigmatidium noodti Kunz, 1975 [France; psammon]
  • Sigmatidium parvulum Mielke, 1974 [Spitzbergen; coastal waters]
  • Sigmatidium problematicum Rouch, 1962 (=Noodtiella problematica (Rouch, 1962)
  • Sigmatidium rouchi Kunz, 1975 [France; psammon]
  • Sigmatidium triarticulatum Mielke, 1979 [Galapagos; psammon]
  • Sigmatidium vandeli Rouch, 1969 (= Pseudectinosoma vandeli (Rouch, 1969)


    TETANOPSIS Brady, 1910

  • Tetanopsis mediterranea (Chappuis, 1954) [France, marine interstitial]
  • Tetanopsis typicus Lang, 1948
  • Tetanopsis medius Perkins. 1956
  • Tetanopsis smithi Perkins, 1956


    ECTINOSOMELLA Sars, 1910

  • Ectinosomella nitidula Sars, 1910 [Norway; sea, pelagic]


    CHAULIONYX Kihara & Huys, 2009 [PDF]

  • Chaulionyx paivacarvalhoi Kihara & Huys, 2009 [Brazil; sublitoral sediments] [PDF]


    RANGABRADYA Karanovic & Pesce, 2001 [PDF]

  • Rangabradya indica Karanovic & Pesce, 2001 [India; freshwater bore wells] [PDF]
  • Rangabradya (Siamorangabradya) wongkamhaengae Boonyanusith & Athibai, 2021[Thailand; cave] [PDF]


    GLABROTELSON Huys, 2009 [PDF] [PDF2]

  • Glabrotelson mehuinensis (Mielke, 1986)
  • Glabrotelson leptoderma (Klie, 1929) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson meridionale (Chappuis, 1954a) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson psammae (Noodt, 1955a) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson abbotti (Lang, 1965) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson monniotae (Guille & Soyer, 1966) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson clavatum (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson noodti (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson setosum (Rao & Ganapati, 1969) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson bengalense (Rao, 1972) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson bodini (Apostolov, 1974) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson bozici (Soyer, 1974) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson chappuisi (Soyer, 1974) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson scheibeli (Mielke, 1975) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson soyeri (Bodin, 1976) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson abbotti santacruzense (Mielke, 1979) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson mehuinense (Mielke, 1986) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson antarcticum (Dahms & Schminke, 1992) comb. nov. Huys, 2009
  • Glabrotelson tenuissima (Klie, 1929)
  • Glabrotelson unisetosum (Wells, 1965a) comb. nov. Huys, 2009




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