Markus Böggemann

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Eight species of Glyceridae (Glycera brevicirris, Glycera cf. lapidum, Glycera onomichiensis, Glycera sagittariae, Glycera tesselata, Glycera tridactyla, Glycerella magellanica, Hemipodia cf. simplex) and six species of Goniadidae (Goniada antipoda, Goniada cf. brunnea, Goniada echinulata, Goniada emerita, Goniada grahami, Goniada paucidens) have been(More)
Four species of Glyceridae (Glycera capitata, Glycera diva, Glycera southeastatlantica, Glycera tesselata) and three species of Goniadidae (Bathyglycinde profunda, Goniada cf. maculata, Progoniada regularis) were collected during the DIVA-3 deep sea cruise in 2009 to the south-western sector of the Atlantic Ocean (Argentinean and Brazilian basins). An(More)
Glyceridae (Annelida) are a group of venomous annelids distributed worldwide from intertidal to abyssal depths. To trace the evolutionary history and complexity of glycerid venom cocktails, a solid backbone phylogeny of this group is essential. We therefore aimed to reconstruct the phylogenetic relationships of these annelids using Illumina sequencing(More)
A new species of Glyceridae, Glycera noelae sp. nov., was recovered from two distinct colonization experiments based on organic substrates, deployed for 1 year at cold seeps in the eastern Mediterranean Sea (1,694 m depth, Nile Deep-Sea Fan Central Site 2A). The new taxon, which is the first glycerid reported from such an environment, is described by using(More)
First outcomes of a current intervention study focussing on emotions of nursing home residents with mild, moderate and severe dementia are discussed in the present contribution. The aim of the study was to prove the effect from an individual approach in the care of people with dementia. By promoting individual everyday situations for each resident, positive(More)
The faunas living in the vast deep sea regions around the Antarctic are very poorly known. This is especially true for the biodiversity of polychaetes inhabiting these remote areas. Therefore, we report new morphological data of Glyceriformia from the ANDEEP cruises to the South Atlantic Ocean and the Southern Ocean. Based on benthos samples from three(More)
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