Notaulax californica (Treadwell, 1906),

Yanez-Rivera, Beatriz, Tovar-Hernandez, Maria Ana, Galvan-Villa, Cristian Moises & Rios-Jara, Eduardo, 2020, Tubicolous polychaete worms (Annelida) from Bahia de Chamela Islands Sanctuary, Mexico, with the description of a new bamboo worm, Biodiversity Data Journal 8, pp. 57572-57572: 57572

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.8.e57572

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:CE3CFA74-ABAA-48A4-9EB2-2776C731837F

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Notaulax californica (Treadwell, 1906)
status

 

Notaulax californica (Treadwell, 1906) 

Potamilla californica  Treadwell 1906: 1178.

Hypsicomus  sp.- Hartman 1942: 133.

Hypsicomus californicus  .- Hartman 1956: 258, 262, 270; Hartman 1969: 701-702.

Notaulax californica  .- Perkins 1984: 342-343, fig. 31.

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: catalogNumber: LEMA-PO165; recordedBy: Beatriz Yáñez-Rivera; individualCount: 2; Taxon: phylum: Annelida; class: Polychaeta; order: Sabellida; family: Sabellidae; genus: Notaulax; Location: higherGeographyID: Pacific Ocean; higherGeography: Tropical Eastern Pacific; continent: America; islandGroup: Islas de Chamela; island: Isla Pajarera; country: México; countryCode: MX; stateProvince: Jalisco; municipality: La Huerta; maximumDepthInMeters: 7; verbatimLatitude: 19°33 ’22’’ N; verbatimLongitude: 105°06 ’50’’ W; Identification: identifiedBy: María Ana Tovar-Hernández; Event: samplingProtocol: Scuba dive; eventDate: June 26, 2013; year: 2013; month: 6; day: 26; habitat: On rock-coral; fieldNumber: Site 21; Record Level: language: Spanish; institutionID: Universidad de Guadalajara; collectionID: Colección Biológica del Laboratorio de Ecosistemas Marinos y Acuicultura; institutionCode: UDG; collectionCode: LEMAGoogleMaps  Type status: Other material. Occurrence: catalogNumber: LEMA-PO166; recordedBy: Beatriz Yáñez-Rivera; Taxon: phylum: Annelida; class: Polychaeta; order: Sabellida; family: Sabellidae; genus: Notaulax; Location: higherGeographyID: Pacific Ocean; higherGeography: Tropical Eastern Pacific; continent: America; islandGroup: Islas de Chamela; island: Isla Cocinas; country: México; countryCode: MX; stateProvince: Jalisco; municipality: La Huerta; minimumDepthInMeters: 3; maximumDepthInMeters: 4; verbatimLatitude: 19°32 ’57’’ N; verbatimLongitude: 105°06 ’20’’ W; Identification: identifiedBy: María Ana Tovar-Hernández; Event: samplingProtocol: Scuba dive; eventDate: June 27, 2013; year: 2013; month: 6; day: 27; habitat: On rock; fieldNotes: Site 16; Record Level: language: Spanish; institutionID: Universidad de Guadalajara; collectionID: Colección Biológica del Laboratorio de Ecosistemas Marinos y Acuicultura; institutionCode: UDG; collectionCode: LEMAGoogleMaps 

Description

Solitary fan worm associated with dead coral and rocks. Body length 11-14 mm, width 0.9-1.1 mm. Radiolar crown length 3-3.4 mm with 8-10 pairs of radioles. Thorax with eight chaetigers and abdomen with 60-67 chaetigers. Radioles with short bands of radiolar ocelli (Fig. 12View Figure 12 A-B), each band as long as the space of 4-6 pinnules, ocelli distributed in single rows of 12 to 16 ocelli, bands located at three quarters of the radiolar crown length (Fig. 12View Figure 12 C). Ventral margin of collar incised, forming rounded lappets. Base of radiolar crown (basal lamina or radiolar lobes) short, as long as the length of the first three segments in lateral view.

Taxon discussion

This is the first formal record in Mexico.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Sabellida

Family

Sabellidae

Genus

Notaulax

Loc

Notaulax californica (Treadwell, 1906)

Yanez-Rivera, Beatriz, Tovar-Hernandez, Maria Ana, Galvan-Villa, Cristian Moises & Rios-Jara, Eduardo 2020
2020
Loc

Potamilla californica

Treadwell 1906
1906
Loc

Hypsicomus

Grube 1870
1870