Abstract

Glycinde multidens Müller is redescribed based on 45 specimens collected in the type locality, Santa Catarina Island, Brazil, by M. L. Jones and T. P. Lowe in November 1965. The species is characterized by a conical prostomium with 8 to 9 annulations; transition between uniramous and biramous regions between setigers 25 to 28; the notopodium has 3 simple hooded hooks. A Neotype is designated for the species.