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The present study adds to the endemic earthworm fauna of Australia
  (Megascolecidae), one species of the subfamily Acanthodrilinae
  (Rhododrilus glandifera sp. nov.) and nine species of the subfamily
  Megascolecinae, in the tribes Perionychini (Heteroporodrilus
  montiserratae, Terrisswalkerius windsori, Cryptodrilus bunyaensis spp.
  nov.); Dichogastrini (Digaster lingi, D. moretonensis spp. nov.); and
  Megascolecini (Oreoscolex retrocystis sp. nov., Propheretima eungella gen.
  et sp. nov., Propheretima hugalli sp. nov., and Spenceriella conondalei
  sp. nov.). Rhododrilus glandifera is the second species of this primarily
  New Zealand genus to be described from Australia (both from Queensland).
  It is possible that it has acquired the microscolecin arrangement of male
  pores (prostates one pair discharging with the vasa deferentia in XVII)
  from a precursor with the acanthodrilin arrangement (prostate pores 2
  pairs, in XVII and XIX; male pores in XVIII) independently of the New
  Zealand species. Type localities of Heteroporodrilus montiserratae,
  Terrisswalkerius windsori, Digaster lingi, D. moretonensis, Oreoscolex
  retrocystis and Spenceriella conondalei are well within the ranges of
  their respective genera. However, the insular locality of D. moretonensis,
  on Moreton Island, is of zoogeographic interest and Cryptodrilus
  bunyaensis represents a northern extension for its genus. The new genus
  Propheretima, has been erected for species which resemble the Oriental and
  Australo-Papuan Pheretima assemblage of genera in having setae between the
  male pores but which are plesiomorphic in retaining the gizzard in segment
  V, not in the apomorphic location of VIII seen in all pheretimas. It
  endorses the view that the ancestry of the Pheretima assemblage was