Addendum to: Polychaetes as biological indicators in Latin America and the Caribbean
Reason for addendum:
During the preparation of the original manuscript, a scientific work that dealt precisely with Polychaeta as environmental indicators in Patagonia was not considered. This being the first and only work regarding this subject, it was reasonable and necessary to incorporate this information.
Ferrando A. 2015. Biodiversidad de la macrofauna bentónica marina en la zona norte del golfo San Jorge (Patagonia, Argentina) [tesis de doctoral]. Mar del Plata: Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata. 149 p.
Romanut O. 2019. Respuesta de los ensambles de poliquetos y crustáceos de fondo blando ante el agregado de petróleo crudo a los sedimentos (Caleta Sara, Patagonia Argentina) [tesis de licenciatura]. Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia San Juan Bosco. 47 p.
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