Raiarctus katrinae Jørgensen, Boesgaard, Møbjerg & Kristensen, 2014

Kaczmarek, Łukasz, Bartels, Paul J., Roszkowska, Milena & Nelson, Diane R., 2015, The Zoogeography of Marine Tardigrada, Zootaxa 4037 (1), pp. 1-189: 97

publication ID

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

publication LSID

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

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/A5435063-FFFE-FFF1-FF18-FDF3FA68FBDE

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Raiarctus katrinae Jørgensen, Boesgaard, Møbjerg & Kristensen, 2014
status

 

102. Raiarctus katrinae Jørgensen, Boesgaard, Møbjerg & Kristensen, 2014 

Raiarctus katrinae  nov. sp. (Jørgensen et al. 2014)

Terra typica  : Tasman Sea ( Australia)

Tasman Sea:

• 30 ° 27 ′S, 152 ° 32 ′E; 34 m bsl: [FAO 81] Australia, New South Wales State, S of Tancurry, 3 km off the coast, Jim’s Cave near Seal Rock, coarse coralligenous and detritus-rich sand. et al. (2014)

• 30 ° 56 ′S, 153 °06′E; 18–20 m bsl: [FAO 81] Type Locality: Australia, New South Wales State, S of South West Rocks, 3 km of the coast from the base of Smoky Cape Lighthouse, Fish Rock Island, Fish Rock Cave, middle of the cave, coarse coralligenous sand rich in detritus. Boesgaard & Kristensen (2001), Jørgensen et al. (2014)

Record numbers (Sea/Ocean classification): Tasman Sea: 2; total: 2.

Record numbers (FAO classification): FAO 81: 2; total: 2.

Remarks: This is a recently described subtidal species known only from the type locality and a neighbouring site.