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- Notomastus pallidor Chamberlin, 1918: 179; Berkeley and Berkeley 1942: 198.
- Leiochrides pallidor Hartman, 1947: 429; 1969: 382.
- Leiochrides cf. pallidor Dean, 2001: 75 fig. 13; 2004: 136.
Monterey Bay, California.
Leiochrides pallidor it is a poorly known species and, until now, all descriptions have been incomplete. Chamberlin in his description only mentions that the species has 12 thoracic chaetigers, others features are not useful to characterize that species. Dean (2001) includes Leiochrides cf. pallidor for Costa Rica, which was characterized by the presence of 13 thoracic segments, the first one achaetous, and 12 complete chaetigers with capillary chaetae; however the illustration of the anterior end shows only 11 complete chaetigers with capillary chaetae, however, although the figure is wrong, the identification is correct (Dean pers. comm.)
- García-Garza, M; León-González, J; 2011: Review of the Capitellidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) from the Eastern Tropical Pacific region, with notes on selected species ZooKeys, 151: 17-52. doi
- Berkeley E, Berkeley C (1942) North Pacific Polychaeta, chiefly from the west coast of Vancouver Island, Alaska and Bering Sea. Canadian Journal of Science, Ottawa, 20: 183-208.
- Chamberlin R (1918) Polychaetes from Monterey Bay. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 31: 173-180.
- Hartman O (1947) Polychaetous annelids Part VII. Capitellidae. Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, California 10: 391-481.
- Hartman O (1969) Atlas of the Sedentariate polychaetous annelids from California. Allan Hancock Foundation, University of Southern California, 812 pp.
- Dean H (2001) Capitellidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Revista de Biología Tropical 2: 69-84.
- Dean H (2004) Marine biodiversity of Costa Rica: Class Polychaeta (Annelida). Revista de Biología Tropical 52 suppl. 2: 131-181.