Trypanobia depressa ( Augener, 1913 )

Aguado, M. Teresa, Murray, Anna & Hutchings, Pat, 2015, Syllidae (Annelida: Phyllodocida) from Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Zootaxa 4019 (1), pp. 35-60: 53-54

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scientific name

Trypanobia depressa ( Augener, 1913 )
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Trypanobia depressa ( Augener, 1913) 

( Figs 9View FIGURE 9, 10View FIGURE 10)

Haplosyllis depressa Augener, 1913: 216  , pl. 3, figs 29, 30, text-figs 27 a, b.

Trypanosyllis (Trypanobia) depressa  .— Imajima 1966 b: 242, figs 46 a–f; 2003: 160; San Martín et al. 2008 b: 43 –45, fig. 5.

Material examined. AM W. 41259 (3, 1 on SEM stub), Lizard Island, High Rock, 14 ° 49 ' 27 "S, 145 ° 33 ' 10 "E, red sponge, 10 m, 11 Sep 2010, CReefs; AM W. 41535, same.

GenBank COIAbout COI accession number: KR 364801View Materials.

Remarks. The colour pattern could not be checked since fresh material was not collected during the 2013 Lizard Island Polychaete Workshop, and preserved specimens collected in 2010 had lost pigmentation ( Figs 9View FIGURE 9 C– D). Dorsum with series of small longitudinal crests on each segment ( Fig. 10View FIGURE 10 A), without papillae and cilia. Simple chaetae as described by Imajima (1966) and San Martín et al. (2008 b) ( Figs 9View FIGURE 9 A–B, 10 B–E). First report for Queensland.

Habitat. On red sponges, in subtidal depths.

Distribution. Australia (Western Australia, Queensland), Japan.

COI

University of Coimbra Botany Department

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Phyllodocida

Family

Syllidae

Genus

Trypanobia

Loc

Trypanobia depressa ( Augener, 1913 )

Aguado, M. Teresa, Murray, Anna & Hutchings, Pat 2015

2015
Loc

Trypanosyllis (Trypanobia) depressa

San 2008: 43
Imajima 1966: 242

1966
Loc

Haplosyllis depressa

Augener 1913: 216