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Taxonomic Study Of The Kinorhyncha In Japan. Ii. Condyloderes Setoensis, A New Species (Kinorhyncha : Cyclorhagida) From Tanabe Bay
A new species of centroderid kinorhynchs, Condyloderes setoensis, new species, from muddy sediment at Tanabe Bay, Honshu Island, is described and illustrated using light and electron microscopy.Expand
Reproduction and development of common species of peanut worms (Sipuncula) from the Sea of Japan
This study deals with the reproduction and development of the most common species of peanut worms from the Sea of Japan: Thysanocardia nigra, Themiste pyroides, and Phascolosoma agassizii. Data onExpand
Taxonomic Study of the Kinorhyncha in Japan. III. Echinoderes sensibilis n. sp. (Kinorhyncha: Cyclorhagida) from Tanabe Bay
Abstract A new species of echinoderid kinorhynch, Echinoderes sensibilis, is described and illustrated using light and electron microscopy. The specimens were collected from masses of the red algaeExpand
Pycnophyes abyssorum sp. n. (Kinorhyncha: Homalorhagida), the deepest kinorhynch species described so far
Abstract A new homalorhagid kinorhynch, Pycnophyes abyssorum sp. nov., found in brown silt from the abyssal depth at the Kuril-Kamchatka Trench is described and illustrated using differentialExpand
Condyloderes kurilensis sp. nov. (Kinorhyncha: Cyclorhagida)—a new deep water species from the abyssal plain near the Kuril-Kamchatka Trench
A new species of centroderid kinorhynchs, Condyloderes kurilensis sp. nov., collected from muddy sediment at the abyssal plain near the Kuril-Kamchatka Trench, North-West Pacific, is described andExpand
Peanut worms of the phylum Sipuncula from the Sea of Japan with a key to species
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Sipunculan worms from the Russian coast and from the deepest part of the Sea of Japan near the Primorye Province collected by SoJaBio expedition are described and species accounts include the most important taxonomic characters and specific biotope data. Expand
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