Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889 ),

Fassio, Giulia, Russini, Valeria, Buge, Barbara, Schiaparelli, Stefano, Modica, Maria Vittoria, Bouchet, Philippe & Oliverio, Ma, 2020, High cryptic diversity in the kleptoparasitic genus Hyalorisia Dall, 1889 (Littorinimorpha: Capulidae) with the description of nine new species from the Indo-West Pacific, Journal of Molluscan Studies (Rijksuniversiteit te Gent. Fakulteit van de Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen) 86 (4), pp. 401-421: 411-414

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http://doi.org/ 10.1093/mollus/eyaa028

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4465129

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scientific name

Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889 )
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Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889) 

MOTU-1 ( Figs 3AView Figure 3, 4AView Figure 4, 7A, JView Figure 7, 8C, DView Figure 8)

Capulus (Hyalorisia) galea Dall, 1889: 288  , pl. 14, fig. 3 [ off Barbados ( Blake stn 275 ), 12°58 N, 59°27 W, 397 m; holotype USNM 508724GoogleMaps  ].

Capulus galeus  (sic)— Robinson, 1983: 9.

Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889)  — Gracia Clavijo, Ardila & Díaz, 2004: 52, fig. 22. Rosenberg, Moretzsohn & García, 2009: 635. Daccarett & Bossio, 2011: 64. García, 2012: 34, fig. 4.

Plesiothyreus galea  — Christiaens, 1989: 22.

Material examined: The holotype (only photographic images examined; Fig. 8View Figure 8 A–C)  and other material ( MNHN-IM-2013-60195, MNHN-IM-2013-61224, MNHN-IM-2013-61525 and MNHN-IM-2013-61536)  .

COI-based diagnosis: Ten diagnostic (autapomorphic) positions in alignment: 74(C), 145(T), 184(G), 208(G), 304(T), 418(A), 424(T), 601(C), 622(A) and 637(T).

Shell (data for holotype shown within parentheses): Size medium to large for the genus: length 13–25 (15.5) mm, width 9–21 (10.7) mm, height 2.5–8 (4.9) mm; thin, rounded, ellipsoidal or ovoidal, depressed; white shell surface with smooth yellowish periostracum; anterior margin rounded or very slightly angled; protoconch of 1– 1.2 whorls, diameter of nucleus 0.17–0.20 mm; teleoconch smooth except for distinct commarginal growth ridges; apertural margin thin, interior glossy white; lamella narrow, width 0.14–2 (0.14) mm.

Soft parts (ethanol preserved): Head, cephalic tentacles, pseudoproboscis and mantle whitish.

Radula: Taenioglossate, 2-1-R-1-2; marginal teeth sickle shaped; lateral teeth triangular, outer edge smooth or with few denticles, inneedge smooth or with one denticle; rachidian tooth triangular, highly denticulated on both edges.

Host: Two individuals of H. galaea  , MNHN-IM-2013-60195 and MNHN-IM-2013-61224, were attached to two examples of Propeamussium dalli  (MNHN-IM-2013-60196 and MNHN-IM-2013-61223, respectively). Two other specimens of H. galaea  ( MNHN-IM- 2013-61525 and MNHN-IM-2013-61536) were collected at stations where the only Propeamussiidae  found were P. dalli  and Parvamussium cancellatum (E. A. Smith, 1885)  . García (2012: fig. 4) reported H. galea  attached to a living Propeamussium  sp. from the Gulf of Mexico, off Louisiana.

Distribution: From the Louisiana Slope to Barbados and the Caribbean coast of Colombia, at depths of 397– 835 m.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Gastropoda

Order

Littorinimorpha

Family

Capulidae

Genus

Hyalorisia

Loc

Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889 )

Fassio, Giulia, Russini, Valeria, Buge, Barbara, Schiaparelli, Stefano, Modica, Maria Vittoria, Bouchet, Philippe & Oliverio, Ma 2020
2020
Loc

Hyalorisia galea ( Dall, 1889 )

GARCIA, E. F. 2012: 34
DACCARETT, E. Y. & BOSSIO, V. M. S. 2011: 64
ROSENBERG, G. & MORETZSOHN, F. & GARCIA, E. F. 2009: 635
GRACIA CLAVIJO, M. A. & ARDILA, N. E. & DIAZ, J. M. 2004: 52
2004
Loc

Plesiothyreus galea

CHRISTIAENS, J. 1989: 22
1989
Loc

Capulus galeus

ROBINSON, J. E. 1983: 9
1983
Loc

Capulus (Hyalorisia) galea

DALL, W. H. 1889: 288
1889