Polychaeta (Annelida) of Hainan Island, South China Sea Part III. Aphroditoidea

  title={Polychaeta (Annelida) of Hainan Island, South China Sea Part III. Aphroditoidea},
  author={Ruth Barnich and Dieter Fiege and Ruiping Sun},
  journal={Species diversity : an international journal for taxonomy, systematics, speciation, biogeography, and life history research of animals},
  • R. Barnich, D. Fiege, R. Sun
  • Published 30 November 2004
  • Biology
  • Species diversity : an international journal for taxonomy, systematics, speciation, biogeography, and life history research of animals
Adventive occurrence in New Zealand of the scale‐worm Paralepidonotus ampulliferus (Annelida: Polychaeta: Polynoidae)
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First Report of Symbiotic Polynoid Scaleworm (Paradyte crinoidicola Potts, 1910) from the Indian Subcontinent
Polychaetes symbiotic with echinoderms (sea stars, brittle stars, feather stars, basket stars, sea cucumbers, and sea urchins) possess remarkable diversification in the Indo-Pacific. In the present
A first report of symbiotic polychaete Scale Worm Gastrolepidia clavier Schmarda, 1861 (Phyllodocida: Polynoidae) from Lakshadweep Archipelago, India.
Symbiotic polychaete Gastrolepidia clavigera Schmarda (Phyllodocida: Polynoidae) has been documented based on the specimen collected from the intertidal area of Agatti island, Lakshadweep, India and provides morphological diagnoses of the collected specimen as well as range extension of the species.
Intertidal scale worms (Polychaeta, Polynoidae and Sigalionidae) from the northern coasts of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman
Sampling of Polychaeta has been performed in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman during December 2006 to October 2007, with the highest diversity of polychaetes species could be observed in rocky habitats containing stones covered with algae.
Ceuthonoe nezhai gen. et sp. n. (Polynoidae: Polynoinae) commensal with sponges from Weijia Guyot, western Pacific
The phylogenetic analysis based on cytochrome c oxidase subunit I, 16S, 18S, and 28S genes suggested that this new genus was separated from the main branch of Polynoinae.
On the Diversity of Phyllodocida (Annelida: Errantia), with a Focus on Glyceridae, Goniadidae, Nephtyidae, Polynoidae, Sphaerodoridae, Syllidae, and the Holoplanktonic Families
The current knowledge on species diversity trends, phylogeny, ecology, and geographic distribution for the whole group, and the main knowledge gaps are explored are explored, with a focus on selected families.
Intertidal polychaetes from Abu Musa Island, Persian Gulf, with a new species from the Perinereis cultrifera species complex (Annelida: Nereididae)
Perinereis camiguana is compared to members of the genus Pseudonereis, and found to resemble them closely, but until type specimens can be re-examined, it is recommended treating this species as Nereidinae incertae sedis.
New records of scale worms (Polychaeta: Annelida) from the Red Sea collected during the KAU–SRI biodiversity survey along the coast of Saudi Arabia. Families Iphionidae, Polynoidae and Sigalionidae
  • Thomas Wehe
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Marine Biodiversity
  • 2017
Seventeen species are identified, two of which represent new records for the Red Sea, and comments on their distribution are made.
A catalogue of the scaleworm genus Lepidonotus (Polynoidae, Polychaeta) from South America, with two new records for Brazilian waters
A catalogue of 18 nominal species and subspecies of Lepidonotus from South America is provided, with valid names, synonyms and original citations, based on new specimens collected along the littoral of the State of Paraíba, northeastern Brazil.
Revision of Lepidonopsis humilis (Augener, 1922) and description of L. barnichae sp. nov. (Annelida: Polychaeta: Polynoidae) based upon morphological and molecular characters.
L. humilis does not have an amphiamerican distribution but is restricted to the Gran Caribbean region; whereas the specimens from the Tropical Eastern Pacific belong to the newly described species L. barnichae sp.