Redescription of the meiofaunal gastropod Parhedyle cryptophthalma , with focus on nervous system and sensory organs

@inproceedings{Jrger2010RedescriptionOT,
  title={Redescription of the meiofaunal gastropod Parhedyle cryptophthalma , with focus on nervous system and sensory organs},
  author={Katharina M. J{\"o}rger and Alen Kristof and Annette Klussmann-Kolb},
  year={2010}
}
Parhedyle cryptophthalma (Westheide & Wawra, 1974) is a poorly known meiofaunal slug from the Mediterranean, inhabiting intertidal sands under direct wave impact. The present study is the first redescription of the acochlid P. cryptophthalma, confirming original results on general morphology, integumental spicules, and aberrant radula morphology by light and scanning electron microscopy. Our focus was on the central nervous system and sensory organs, using 3D reconstruction based on serial semi… CONTINUE READING

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