Potamothrix, Taxa Only, Exact Match: 8 Treatments

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Potamothrix scleropenis   new species  Cui, Yongde & Wang, Hongzhu, 2005, Potamothrix scleropenis sp. nov. (Oligochaeta: Tubificidae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake in southwest China, Zoological Science 22, No. 12, pp. 1353-1357: 1353 1353
Potamothrix alatus subsp. hazaricus   n. ssp.  Timm, Tarmo, Arslan, Naime, Rüzgar, Melih, Martinsson, Svante & Erséus, Christer, 2013, Oligochaeta (Annelida) of the profundal of Lake Hazar (Turkey), with description of Potamothrix alatus hazaricus n. ssp., Zootaxa 3716 (2), pp. 144-156: 148-150 148-150
Potamothrix     Cui, Yongde & Wang, Hongzhu, 2012, Three new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta, Naididae, Tubificinae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of Yunnan Province, Southwest China, ZooKeys 175, pp. 1-17: 2-3 2-3
Potamothrix hammoniensis     Šundić, Danijela, Radujković, Branko M. & Ćetković, Jasmina Krpo -, 2011, Catalogue of aquatic Oligochaeta (Annelida: Clitellata) of Montenegro, exclusive of Naidinae and Pristininae, Zootaxa 2985, pp. 1-25: 9-10 9-10
Potamothrix praeprostatus   sp. n.  Cui, Yongde & Wang, Hongzhu, 2012, Three new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta, Naididae, Tubificinae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of Yunnan Province, Southwest China, ZooKeys 175, pp. 1-17: 3-4 3-4
Potamothrix paramoldaviensis   sp. n.  Cui, Yongde & Wang, Hongzhu, 2012, Three new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta, Naididae, Tubificinae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of Yunnan Province, Southwest China, ZooKeys 175, pp. 1-17: 4-6 4-6
Potamothrix parabedoti   sp. n.  Cui, Yongde & Wang, Hongzhu, 2012, Three new species of Potamothrix (Oligochaeta, Naididae, Tubificinae) from Fuxian Lake, the deepest lake of Yunnan Province, Southwest China, ZooKeys 175, pp. 1-17: 7-8 7-8
Potamothrix hammoniensis     Baturina, Maria A., Kaygorodova, Irina A. & Loskutova, Olga A., 2020, New data on species diversity of Annelida (Oligochaeta, Hirudinea) in the Kharbey lakes system, Bolshezemelskaya tundra (Russia), ZooKeys 910, pp. 43-78: 43 43