Discodermia polydiscus (Bowerbank, 1869)

Manconi, Renata & Serusi, Annalisa, 2008, Rare sponges from marine caves: discovery of Neophrissospongia nana nov. sp. (Demospongiae, Corallistidae) from Sardinia with an annotated checklist of Mediterranean lithistids, ZooKeys 4 (4), pp. 71-87 : 85

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.4.39

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:93A5F62F-9A24-4F64-9BFB-C6347AAB45B1

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3792624

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/561887D8-FFAD-FFE1-FF22-41860278E315

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Discodermia polydiscus (Bowerbank, 1869)
status

 

Discodermia polydiscus (Bowerbank, 1869)

Lion Gulf, Marseille coast, Figuier dark cave, 43°20’N 5°25’E, 12 m of depth, SCUBA diving (Pouliquen 1972)

Lion Gulf, Marseille coast, Trémies dark cave, 43°20’N 5°30’E, shallow water, SCUBA diving (Pouliquen 1972)

Lion Gulf, Marseille coast, Castelviel dark cave, SCUBA diving (Pouliquen 1972) Lion Gulf, Marseille coast, Morgiou dark cave, 43°12’N 5°26’E, 30 m of depth, SCUBA diving (Pouliquen 1972)

Aegean Sea, 36°26’N 25°21’E, muddy bottom and white corals bank, 210 m of depth, by dredge, 20.V.1964 (Vacelet 1969)

Aegean Sea, Canal of Cerigotto,between Crete and Peloponneso, 35°45’N 23°25’E, 360 m of depth, by dredge, muddy bottom and white coral bank, alcohol (Vacelet 1969)

Aegean Sea, Athene Bay, 37°58’N 23°43’E, 60 m of depth (in Pouliquen 1972 p. 751) Distribution: Caribbean, Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, Caribbean, Atlantic Ocean.