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Revision of Marenzelleria Mesnil, 1896 (Spionidae, Polychaeta)
Marenzelleria is revised on the basis of material from the Arctic, North America, Europe and the Far East. Types of all species included in the genus are examined. Five species are registered.Expand
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Intertidal and subtidal soft-bottom macro- and meiofauna of the Kongsfjord (Spitsbergen)
The intertidal and subtidal soft bottom macro- and meiofauna of a glacier fjord on Spitsbergen was studied after complete ice melt in June 2003. The abundances of the benthic fauna were within theExpand
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Reproduction and larval development of Marenzelleria viridis (Polychaeta: Spionidae)
The pelagic larvae of the polychaete Marenzelleria viridis (Verrill, 1873) are newcomers among the meroplankton of the Baltic Sea, where they sometimes achieve an abundance of up to 21x106 ind m-3Expand
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Redescription of Fabriciola tonerella Banse, 1959, and a new record of Novafabricia infratorquata (Fitzhugh, 1983) from the Mediterranean Sea, with a key for the Fabriciinae (Annelida: Polychaeta) of
Abstract The fabriciin sabellid species Fabriciola tonerella Banse, 1959 living on gastropod shells inhabited by hermit crabs collected in the western Mediterranean Sea is redescribed. AnotherExpand
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A new Spionidae (Polychaeta) from North Carolina, and a redescription of Marenzelleria wireni Augener, 1913, from Spitsbergen, with a key for all species of Marenzelleria
  • A. Bick
  • Biology
  • Helgoland Marine Research
  • 29 September 2005
Marenzelleria bastropi, a new species of Spionidae (Polychaeta) from the brackish water Currituck Sound, North Carolina, is described. The new species is characterized by the great number ofExpand
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Description of intertidal macro- and meiobenthic assemblages in Maxwell Bay, King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Southern Ocean
The intertidal benthic fauna of the Antarctic coastal areas is largely unknown and has long been thought to be absent or, at most, to be scarce. Since climate changes cause a progressive expansion ofExpand
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On the identity and distribution of two species of Marenzelleria (Polychaeta, Spionidae) in Europe and North America
Discrepancies are known to exist between the reproduction biology and population genetic of various Marenzelleria spp. populations in North American regions and in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.Expand
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The morphology and ecology of Dipolydora armata (Polychaeta, Spionidae) from the western Mediterranean Sea
Bick. A. 2001. The morphology and ecology of Dipolydora armata (Polychaeta, Spionidae) from the western Mediterranean Sea. — Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 82 : 177‐187 The cosmopolitan spionidExpand
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COMPONENT COMMUNITY OF LARVAL TREMATODES IN THE MUDSNAIL HYDROBIA VENTROSA: TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN PREVALENCE IN RELATION TO HOST LIFE HISTORY
Temporal variations in the prevalence of larval trematodes in the short-lived prosobranch mudsnail Hydrobia ventrosa (Montagu) were investigated in relation to host life history and season for 4Expand
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History and Success of an Invasion into the Baltic Sea: The Polychaete Marenzelleria cf. Viridis, Development and Strategies
In the mid 1980s, a new polychaete appeared in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea and rapidly became an important faunistic element. The identification of this spionid as Marenzelleria cf. viridisExpand
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