Pseudobranchiomma cf. P. schizogenica. Scanning electron micrographs. A–F specimen from Queensland AM W.37205 G–L specimen from Western Australia AM W.37203. A Whole specimen, lateral view B Base of crown, dorsal view with dorsal lips and radiolar appendages C Notopodia, second thoracic segment D Uncini, third thoracic segment E Posterior abdominal neurochaetae F Uncini, posterior abdominal segment G Detail of lateral radiole with serrations in flanges H Notopodia, first thoracic segment I Uncini, fifth thoracic segment J Notopodia fourth thoracic segment K Neuropodia, mid abdominal chaetigers L Posterior abdominal uncini. Scale bars: A = 200 µm; B, G = 100 µm; C = 20 µm; D, F, I, L = 2 µm; E, H, J, K = 10 µm.

  Part of: Capa M, Murray A (2016) Combined morphological and molecular data unveils relationships of Pseudobranchiomma (Sabellidae, Annelida) and reveals higher diversity of this intriguing group of fan worms in Australia, including potentially introduced species. ZooKeys 622: 1-36.