Rhomboarctus aslaki Hansen, Gallo D’Addabbo & Grimaldi

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Bartels, Paul J., Roszkowska, Milena & Nelson, Diane R., 2015, The Zoogeography of Marine Tardigrada, Zootaxa 4037 (1), pp. 1-189: 99

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4037.1.1

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:670819B1-3840-4C0A-ABFF-4D5AE3A263C0

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5632584

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/A5435063-FFFC-FFF3-FF18-FE03FE61FBFB

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Plazi

scientific name

Rhomboarctus aslaki Hansen, Gallo D’Addabbo & Grimaldi
status

 

104. Rhomboarctus aslaki Hansen, Gallo D’Addabbo & Grimaldi   de Zio, 2003

Rhomboarctus aslaki   sp. n. ( Hansen et al. 2003)

Terra typica   : Atlantic Ocean ( Faroe Islands, Europe)

Atlantic Ocean:

• 61 ° 17.78 ′N, 08° 32.25 ′W / 61 ° 18 ′N, 08° 32 ′W; 249 m bsl: [FAO 27] Type Locality: Faroe Islands, Faroe Bank, BIOFAR Station 785, carbonate sand with basalt pebbles, fine shell sand. Hansen et al. (2003)

• 61 ° 17.78 ′N, 08° 32.25 ′W / 61 ° 18 ′N, 08° 32 ′W; 138.5 m bs l: [FAO 27] Faroe Islands, Faroe Bank, BIOFAR Station 2019, carbonate sand with basalt pebbles, fine shell sand. Hansen et al. (2003)

• 61 ° 17.66 ′N, 08° 32.25 ′W / 61 ° 18 ′N, 08° 32 ′W; 260 m bsl: [FAO 27] Faroe Islands, Faroe Bank, BIOFAR Station 627, carbonate sand with basalt pebbles, fine shell sand. Hansen et al. (2003)

• 61 ° 12.33 ′N, 08° 28.23 ′W / 61 ° 12 ′N, 08° 28 ′W; 148 m bsl: [FAO 27] Faroe Islands, Faroe Bank, BIOFAR Station 786, carbonate sand with basalt pebbles, fine shell sand. Hansen et al. (2003)

• 61 °12.0′N, 08° 31 ′W / 61 ° 12 ′N, 08° 31 ′W; 200 m bsl: [FAO 27] Faroe Islands, Faroe Bank, BIOFAR Station 2011, carbonate sand with basalt pebbles, fine shell sand. Hansen et al. (2003)

Record numbers (Sea/Ocean classification): Atlantic Ocean: 5; total: 5

Record numbers (FAO classification): FAO 27: 5; total: 5.

Remarks: This is a relatively recently described deep sea species known only from the type locality and a few neighbouring sites.