Ceratonereis nancyae, Conde-Vela, 2021

Conde-Vela, Víctor Manuel, 2021, Revision of Ceratonereis Kinberg, 1865 recorded from the Caribbean Sea, with description of two new Ceratonereis species and a new combination of Platynereis Kinberg, 1865, Zootaxa 5026 (3), pp. 301-343: 323-330

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Ceratonereis nancyae
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n. sp.

Ceratonereis nancyae   n. sp.

Figures 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 13–16 View FIGURE 13 View FIGURE 14 View FIGURE 15 View FIGURE 16

Ceratonereis mirabilis Hartman 1948: 71   (partim, non Kinberg, 1865). Perkins 1980: 4–11, figs 1–4 (partim, non Kinberg, 1865). Salazar-Vallejo & Jiménez-Cueto 1997: 363–365, figs 5, 20, 21, 42, 44 (non Kinberg, 1865)

Ceratonereis (Ceratonereis) mirabilis Hartmann-Schröder 1985: 43   , fig. 23 (non Kinberg, 1865).

Type material. Caribbean Sea, Mexico. Holotype ECOSUR 0248 View Materials , Buenavista , Quintana Roo (18°30’42’’N 87°45’30”W), 1 m depth, 27 September 1996, Coll. S.I. Salazar-Vallejo, L.F. Carrera-Parra. GoogleMaps   Paratype ECOSUR 0249 View Materials , Punta Allen , Quintana Roo (19°47’58’’ N 87°28’29’’W), 11 June 1986, Coll. F.E. Donath. GoogleMaps  

Additional material. Northwestern Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas. ECOSUR P3110 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7106, Sta. 1431 (21°41’N 73°51’W), Hogsty Reef, Bahamas, 27 m depth, 22 July 1971 GoogleMaps   . Gulf of Mexico   , Mexico. ECOSUR P1204 View Materials (2), Sabancuy , Campeche (19°10’N 91°39.9’W), 28 August 1984, Coll. E. Escobar. Caribbean Sea GoogleMaps   , Mexico. ECOSUR P1118 View Materials (14), Buenavista , Quintana Roo (18°30’42’’N 87°45’30”W), 1 m depth, 27 September 1996, Coll. S.I. Salazar-Vallejo, L.F. Carrera-Parra. GoogleMaps   ECOSUR P1151 View Materials (7), Xahuayxol , Quintana Roo (18°33’30”N 87°44’02”W), 27 September 1996, Coll. S.I. Salazar-Vallejo, L.F. Carrera-Parra. GoogleMaps   ECOSUR P1152 View Materials (6 males), R / V Edwin Link, Sta. 2774 (18°45.63’N 87°15.84’W), Banco Chinchorro, Quintana Roo, 51.8 m depth, 20 August 1990 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P1153 View Materials (5), Punta Herradura , Quintana Roo (18°34’59.61”N 87°44’14.50”W), 28 September 1996, Coll. S.I. Salazar-Vallejo, L.F. Carrera-Parra. GoogleMaps   ECOSUR P1154 View Materials (4 males), R / V Edwin Link, Sta. 2782 (18°34.41’N 87°26.81’W), Banco Chinchorro, Quintana Roo, 274.3 m depth, 23 August 1990 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P1156 View Materials (2 males), R / V Edwin Link, Sta. 2775 (18°45.46’N 87°15.75’W), Chichorro Bank, Quintana Roo, 86 m depth, 20 August 1990 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P1160 View Materials (1), R / V Edwin Link, Sta. 2777 (18°26.02’N 87°18.82’W) Banco Chinchorro, Quintana Roo, 66.4 m depth, 21 August 1990 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P3194 View Materials (1), Cayo Norte, Banco Chinchorro , Quintana Roo, May 1998   . Jamaica. UMML 22.1150 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1195 (17°24’N 76°02’W), SE Jamaica, 14 m depth, 3 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1149 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1217 (17°33’N 77°13’W), S Jamaica, 27 m depth, 6 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1162 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1230 (17°52’N 77°58’W), SW Jamaica, 31 m depth, 7 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1151 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1233 (17°60’N 78°05’W), SW Jamaica, 21 m depth, 7 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1152 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1258 (17°03’N 78°10’W), Pedro Bank, 15 m depth, 15 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1153 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1259 (17°04’N 77°55’W), S Jamaica, 11 m depth, 15 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1165 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1196 (17°28’N 75°57’W), SE Jamaica, 26 m depth, 3 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P3111 View Materials (3), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 7006, Sta. 1250 (17°20’N 78°48’W), SW Jamaica, 24 m depth, 14 July 1970 GoogleMaps   . Antigua and Barbuda. UMML 22.1154 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 966 (17°08’N 62°03’W), NW Antigua, 18 m depth, 20 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1155 View Materials (7), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6802, Sta. 975 (17°29’N 61°55’W), SW Barbuda, Lesser Antilles, 29 m depth, 21 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1156 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 967 (17°16’N 62°02’W), NW Antigua, 22 m depth, 20 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . ECOSUR P3112 View Materials (2), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6806, Sta. 968 (17°18’N 61°52’W), N Antigua, Lesser Antilles, 18 m depth, 20 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . Saint-Barthélemy. UMML 22.1179 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 981 (18°01’N 62°55’W), Saint-Barthélemy Channel, Lesser Antilles, 22 m depth, 22 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1157 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6806, Sta. 979 (17°51’N 62°39’W), ESE Saint-Barthélemy, Lesser Antilles, 37 m depth, 22 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . Anguilla. UMML 22.1158 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 983 (18°20’N 62°38’W), S Anguilla Valley, Lesser Antilles, 49 m depth, 22 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . St. Kitts and Nevis. ECOSUR P3113 View Materials (2) R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6802, Sta. 955 (17°04’N 62°34’W), S Nevis, Lesser Antilles, 11 m depth, 19 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . UMML 22.1159 View Materials (8), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 961 (17°27’N 62°51’W), NW St. Kitts, Lesser Antilles, 11 m depth, 19 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . Guadeloupe. UMML 22.1160 View Materials (1), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 939 (16°22’N 61°09’W), NW La Désirade, Lesser Antilles, 95 m depth, 16 July 1969 GoogleMaps   . Caribbean Netherlands. UMML 22.1161 View Materials (2), R / V Pillsbury, Cruise 6907, Sta. 965 (17°26’N 63°23’W), Saba Bank, 24 m depth, 20 July 1969 GoogleMaps   .

Type locality. Buenavista , Quintana Roo, Mexico (18°30’42’’N 87°45’30”W) GoogleMaps   .

Etymology. Named after the late Nancy Voss (UMML), an eminent cephalopod researcher and marine biologist, for making available a large number of specimens for this study.

Description of atoke. Holotype (ECOSUR 0248) complete, in good condition, 18.5 mm long, 0.9 mm wide at chaetiger 10 excluding parapodia, 65 chaetigers ( Fig. 13A View FIGURE 13 ). Paratype (ECOSUR 0249) incomplete, 21 mm long, 1.5 mm wide at chaetiger 10 excluding parapodia, 44 chaetigers. Non-type specimens used to illustrate pharynx; one specimen 4 mm long, 1 mm wide, 17 chaetigers (ECOSUR P3112); another specimen 9 mm long, 1 mm wide, 33 chaetigers (ECOSUR P3113).

Body whitish or pale, glandular masses or pigmentation not observed ( Fig. 13A–C View FIGURE 13 ).

Prostomium 1.5x longer than wide, subpentagonal, anterior margin deeply incised, dorsal groove present ( Fig. 13C–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Antennae subulate, 1.6x longer than prostomium, shorter than palps ( Fig. 13C–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Palpophores subcylindrical or digitiform, 1.5x longer than prostomium; tips of palpostyles subpyriform ( Fig. 13D–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Eyes rounded, subequal, in trapezoidal arrangement, blackish, slightly wider than basal diameter of antennae, lenses not visible, posterior pair not covered by achaetous ring ( Fig. 13C–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Achaetous ring shorter than chaetiger 1, anterior margin convex ( Fig. 13C–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Tentacular cirri smooth, posterodorsal cirri extending backwards to chaetigers 13–14 ( Fig. 13A, C–D View FIGURE 13 ).

Pharynx examined by dissection in holotype ( Fig. 13A, C View FIGURE 13 ), everted in non-type specimen ( Fig. 13D–E View FIGURE 13 ). Jaws amber, 4 teeth restricted to first third of cutting edge and 4 ensheathed ( Fig. 14Q View FIGURE 14 ). Maxillary ring cylindrical, oral ring frustum-shaped, twice longer and 1.7x wider than maxillary ring ( Fig. 13D–E View FIGURE 13 ).

Maxillary ring: I= 0; IIa= 9 and IIb= 10 cones in arc; III= 5 cones in round; IVa= 8 and IVb= 9 cones in round ( Fig. 13D–E View FIGURE 13 ). Oral ring: V= 0; VIa-b= 1 slightly lamelliform papilla; VII–VIII= 0 ( Fig. 13D–E View FIGURE 13 ). Ridge pattern of areas VI–V–VI, λ-shaped.

Paired oesophageal caeca absent.

Dorsal cirri filiform, progressively relatively longer; 2.8x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 2, 5x longer in chaetiger 8, 10.2x longer in chaetiger 17, 6x longer in chaetiger 39, 8.3x longer in chaetiger 57 ( Fig. 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Dorsal ligule subulate or subconical, progressively shorter toward posterior chaetigers, present throughout; 1.2x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 8, 0.6x length in chaetiger 17, 0.2x length in chaetiger 39, 0.2x length in chaetiger 57 ( Figs 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Notopodial prechaetal lobe absent throughout ( Figs 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Median ligule subconical, progressively shorter toward posterior chaetigers; 0.8x length than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 8, 0.7x length in chaetiger 17, 0.9x length in chaetiger 39, 1.2x longer in chaetiger 57 ( Figs 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Neuroacicular ligule subconical throughout, progressively relatively shorter toward posterior chaetigers. Neuropodial superior and inferior lobes absent ( Figs 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Neuropodial postchaetal digitiform in most anterior chaetigers, becoming lamelliform and shorter than neuroacicular ligules thereafter ( Fig. 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ), disappearing toward most posterior chaetigers.

Ventral ligule digitiform throughout, progressively shorter toward posterior chaetigers; 1.2x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 2, 0.7x length in chaetiger 8, 0.6x length in chaetiger 17, 0.3x length in chaetiger 39, 0.4x length in chaetiger 57 ( Figs 2B, D View FIGURE 2 ; 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Ventral cirrus filiform, not extending beyond tip of neuroacicular ligule; twice longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 2, 1.5x longer in chaetiger 8, 1.5x longer in chaetiger 17, 1.3x longer in chaetiger 39, 1.8x longer in chaetiger 57 ( Fig. 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Aciculae amber throughout. Notoaciculae present in first two chaetigers ( Fig. 14A, F View FIGURE 14 ). Notoaciculae narrower than neuroaciculae in anterior chaetigers, becoming as wide as in following chaetigers ( Fig. 14A–J View FIGURE 14 ).

Notochaetae both short-bossed heterogomph spinigers and falcigers; spinigers in all chaetigers, pectinate, teeth minute, decreasing in size toward tip; falcigers appearing from chaetigers 15–17, pectinate, teeth coarse, distal teeth barely extending beyond blade tip, blade tip with a distal tooth, giving a bifid appearance ( Fig. 14K–L View FIGURE 14 ), shaft becoming slightly stouter toward posterior chaetigers ( Fig. 14K–L View FIGURE 14 ).

Supracicular neurochaetae short-bossed heterogomph spinigers and long-bossed heterogomph falcigers; spinigers with blades as in notopodial ones; falcigers pectinate, basal teeth minute and increasing in size toward distal blade, distal teeth rarely extending beyond blade tip, blade tip rounded along first 15–16 chaetigers, with a distal tooth and bifid appearance thereafter, blades becoming narrower toward posterior chaetigers ( Fig. 14N View FIGURE 14 ).

Infracicular neurochaetae both long-bossed heterogomph spinigers and falcigers; spinigers with blades as in notopodial ones; falcigers pectinate, basal teeth minute and increasing in size toward distal blade ( Fig. 14O–P View FIGURE 14 ), distal teeth rarely extending beyond blade tip, blade tip rounded along first 15–16 chaetigers, with a distal tooth and bifid appearance thereafter, distal tooth poorly developed and sometimes distal tip almost rounded ( Fig. 14O–P View FIGURE 14 ), blades longer in anterior chaetigers ( Fig. 14M View FIGURE 14 ) and becoming shorter toward posterior ones ( Fig. 14O–P View FIGURE 14 ), blades becoming narrower toward posterior chaetigers ( Fig. 14O View FIGURE 14 ), uppermost falcigers with longer and wider blades than lowermost ones.

Pygidium tripartite ( Fig. 13B View FIGURE 13 ); anal cirri missing in holotype ( Fig. 13B View FIGURE 13 ).

Description of male epitoke. Non-type male (ECOSUR P1152) complete, 6.2 mm long, 0.5 mm wide at chaetiger 10 excluding parapodia, 56 chaetigers ( Fig. 15A View FIGURE 15 ). Another non-type male (ECOSUR P1156) incomplete, 5.8 mm long, 1 mm wide at chaetiger 10 excluding parapodia, 29 chaetigers ( Fig. 15B View FIGURE 15 ).

Body pale or yellowish, pigmentation absent ( Fig. 15A–B View FIGURE 15 ).

Prostomium 1.4x–1.7x wider than long, subpentagonal, anterior margin deeply incised, dorsal groove present ( Fig. 15A–B, D–E View FIGURE 15 ).

Antennae subulate, as long as prostomium, not extending beyond palps ( Fig. 15A–B, D–E View FIGURE 15 ).

Eyes rounded, subequal, in trapezoidal arrangement, anterior and posterior pair overlapped, blackish, twice wider than basal diameter of antennae, lenses visible, posterior not covered by achaetous ring ( Fig. 15A–B, D–E View FIGURE 15 ).

Achaetous ring as long as chaetiger 1, anterior margin convex ( Fig. 15A–B, D–E View FIGURE 15 ).

Tentacular cirri smooth ( Fig. 15B View FIGURE 15 ), posterodorsal cirri extending backwards to chaetigers 14–15 ( Fig. 15B View FIGURE 15 ).

Pharynx dissected. Shape and size of both maxillary and oral rings difficult to interpret since the pharynx was not everted.

Maxillary ring: I=0; IIa= 10 and IIb= 12 cones in arc, III= 6 cones in round, IVa= 11 and IVb= 12 cones in ellipse. Oral ring: V=0; VIa-b= 1 rounded papilla, VII-VIII=0. Ridge pattern of areas VI–V–VI, λ-shaped.

Paired oesophageal caeca absent.

Body divided into three regions: 1) pre-natatory region includes chaetigers 1–15 (15–16), 2) natatory region includes chaetigers 16–36 (36–37), 3) caudal region from chaetiger 37 (37–38) to end of body ( Fig. 15A View FIGURE 15 ).

Pre-natatory region with parapodia resembling atokous ones ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Dorsal cirrus basally slightly swollen in anterior chaetigers and becoming filiform toward posterior chaetigers; 4.5x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 2, 6x longer in chaetiger 3, 5.5x longer in chaetiger 7 ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Dorsal ligule digitiform, progressively relatively longer toward middle chaetigers; 1.2x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 3, 1.6x longer in chaetiger 7 ( Fig. 16B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Notopodial prechaetal lobe absent ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Median ligule subconical, progressively relatively longer toward middle chaetigers; 1.5x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 3, 1.8x longer in chaetiger 7( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Neuroacicular ligule subconical, progressively relatively longer toward middle chaetigers ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Neuropodial inferior lobe digitiform in anterior chaetigers, absent toward posterior ones ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Neuropodial postchaetal lobe digitiform in anterior chaetigers, lamelliform and shorter than neuroacicular ligule thereafter. Ventral ligule subconical, 2.3x longer than neuroacicular ligule in first two chaetigers, 1.5x longer in chaetiger 3, as long as in chaetiger 7 ( Fig. 16A–B, D View FIGURE 16 ). Ventral cirrus basally swollen in anterior chaetigers and becoming filiform toward posterior chaetigers; 4x longer than neuroacicular ligule in chaetiger 2, 2.5x longer in chaetiger 7 ( Fig. 16A, D View FIGURE 16 ).

Natatory region with dorsal cirrus filiform, crenulations absent; twice longer than neuroacicular ligule throughout ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Dorsal ligule obovate; 0.3x length of neuroacicular ligule in anterior chaetigers, 0.2x length thereafter ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Notopodial prechaetal lobe rounded, lamelliform; 0.6x length of neuroacicular ligule in anterior chaetigers, 0.8x length thereafter ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Median ligule subconical, 1.2x longer than neuroacicular ligule in anterior chaetigers, 1.4x longer thereafter ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Neuroacicular ligule subconical, progressively relatively shorter toward posterior chaetigers, distally flattened ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Neuropodial superior and inferior lobes absent ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Neuropodial postchaetal lobe transformed into flabelliform ventral lamella, 1.8x longer than neuroacicular ligule in anterior chaetigers, as long as toward posterior chaetigers ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ), reaching and fusing with ventral ligule ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Ventral ligule rounded; 0.3x length of neuroacicular ligule throughout ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ). Ventral cirrus filiform; 0.7x length of neuroacicular ligule in anterior chaetigers, as long as toward posterior ones ( Fig. 16E–F View FIGURE 16 ); upper and lower lamella appearing in anterior chaetigers and disappearing toward posterior ones, upper and lower ones obovate and subequal ( Fig. 16F View FIGURE 16 ).

Caudal region with parapodia resembling atokous ones ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ). Dorsal cirrus filiform, 12x longer than neuroacicular ligule ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ). Dorsal ligule absent ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ). Medial ligule subconical, progressively relatively shorter toward posterior chaetigers; 1.4x longer than neuroacicular ligule ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ). Neuroacicular ligule subconical, mucronate ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ), progressively relatively shorter toward posterior chaetigers. Ventral ligule digitiform, 0.2x length of neuroacicular ligule ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ). Ventral cirrus filiform, extending beyond tip of neuroaciculae; 2.5x longer than neuroacicular ligule ( Fig. 16C View FIGURE 16 ).

Aciculae amber throughout. Notoaciculae present in first two chaetigers ( Fig. 16A View FIGURE 16 ). Notoaciculae narrower than neuroaciculae in anterior chaetigers, becoming as wide as in following chaetigers ( Fig. 16A–E View FIGURE 16 ).

Both noto- and neurochaetae resembling atokous ones in pre-natatory region, replaced with paddle-like, shortbossed heterogomph chaetae in natatory region. Caudal region lacks chaetae excepting aciculae.

Pygidium with four rounded lobes, each one with a small lamella; anal cirri absent ( Fig. 15C View FIGURE 15 ).

Remarks. Ceratonereis nancyae   n. sp. closely resembles C. mirabilis   , mainly in prostomial and chaetal features, but they differ in the following parapodial features: 1) in C. nancyae   n. sp., the jaws are narrower than in C. mirabilis   ; 2) in C. nancyae   n. sp., ventral ligules of chaetigers 10–13 are shorter than neuroacicular ligules, whereas in C. mirabilis   they are longer; 3) in C. nancyae   n. sp., both median ligules and ventral cirri from chaetigers 23–25 are shorter than neuroacicular ligules, whereas in C. mirabilis   they are longer; 4) in C. nancyae   n. sp. ventral cirri does not surpass neuroacicular ligules throughout body, whereas in C. mirabilis   they extend beyond in posterior chaetigers.

Records of C. mirabilis   by Liñero-Arana & Díaz-Díaz (2007) from Venezuela more closely resembles C. nancyae   n. sp. than C. mirabilis   , but they differ in the following features: 1) in specimens from Venezuela, longest tentacular cirri reach chaetiger 6, whereas in C. nancyae   n. sp. they reach 13–14; 2) in specimens from Venezuela, anterodorsal tentacular cirri are subequal to posterodorsal ones, whereas in C. nancyae   n. sp. they are longer; 3) in specimens from Venezuela, dorsal ligules in chaetiger 25 are as long as median ligules, whereas in C. nancyae   n. sp. they are much shorter; 4) in specimens from Venezuela, palps are as long as prostomium and antenna are shorter than prostomium, whereas in C. nancyae   n. sp. they are longer. Based on these differences, Venezuelan specimens likely belong to an undescribed species, requiring further examination of specimens.

Distribution. Caribbean Sea.

ECOSUR

El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (Mexico)

R

Departamento de Geologia, Universidad de Chile

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Phyllodocida

Family

Nereididae

Genus

Ceratonereis

Loc

Ceratonereis nancyae

Conde-Vela, Víctor Manuel 2021
2021
Loc

Ceratonereis (Ceratonereis) mirabilis Hartmann-Schröder 1985: 43

Hartmann-Schroder, G. 1985: 43
1985
Loc

Ceratonereis mirabilis

Salazar-Vallejo, S. I. & Jimenez-Cueto, M. S. 1997: 363
Perkins, T. H. 1980: 4
Hartman, O. 1948: 71
1948