Talassia dagueneti (de Folin, 1873)

Hoffman, Leon & Freiwald, André, 2022, A review of Atlantic deep-water species in the genus Talassia (Caenogastropoda, Vanikoridae), European Journal of Taxonomy 819, pp. 140-157 : 142-144

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2022.819.1785

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:1BED4F4B-ED7A-43CB-ABC5-0173D7F93C41

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6564575

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/A96887DA-AC6C-FFB4-5718-F945FC08FB06

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Talassia dagueneti (de Folin, 1873)
status

 

Talassia dagueneti (de Folin, 1873)

Figs 4–7 View Figs 1–11

Salassia dagueneti – de Folin, 1868: 112, pl. 3 fig. 2.

Talassia dagueneti – Warén & Bouchet 1988: 93, fig. 45. — Bouchet & Warén 1993: 714, 717, figs 1681– 1700, 1702–1703.

Material examined

PORCUPINE BASIN – NW Porcupine Bank • 5 shells; 53.1950° N, 14.7923° W; depth 651 m; 30 Jun. 2001; box core in coral debris with sand; M2001-6 (64 PE 182); SaM. – GoogleMaps Belgica Mound Province , Castor Mound • 7 shells; 51.4375° N, 11.7867° W; depth 994 m; 23 Apr. 2004; M61/1-215; van Veen grab; SaM. – GoogleMaps Belgica Mound Province , Pollux Mound • 6 shells; 51.4300° N, 11.7941° W; depth 1029 m; 23 Apr. 2004; box core; M61/1-223; SaM. – GoogleMaps Belgica Mound Province , Galway Mound • 5 shells; 51.4210° N, 11.7600° W; depth 981 m; 23. Apr. 2004; box core; M61/1-224; SaM GoogleMaps 121 shells; 51.4972° N, 11.7017° W; depth 845 m; 24. Apr. 2004; pelagic net; M61/1-234 ; SaM GoogleMaps 1 shell; 51.4490° N, 11.7527° W; depth 837 m; 5 Jun. 2004; box core in silt with coral rubble; M 61/3-551 (GeoB9204); SaM GoogleMaps 9 shells; 51.4507° N, 11.7520° W; depth 810 m; 5 Jun. 2004; box core in live corals; M 61/3-552 (GeoB9205); SaM GoogleMaps 56 shells; 51.4552° N, 11.7520° W; depth 857 m; 5 Jun. 2004; box core in live corals; M61/3-553 (GeoB9206); SaM GoogleMaps 45 shells ( Figs 4–7 View Figs 1–11 ); 51.4542° N, 11.7329° W; depth 860 m; 11 Aug. 2004; box core in live corals; POS316-524 ; SaM GoogleMaps .

GULF OF CADIZ Hesperides Mud Volcano • 3 shells; 36.1815° N, 7.3058° W; depth 676 m; 2 Dec. 2003; TV-grab; SO175-GeoB9022 ; SaM. – GoogleMaps Gemini Mud Volcano • 83 shells; 35.2942° N, 6.7878° W; depth 529 m; 17 Aug. 2004; box core; Moundforce2004-4; SaM GoogleMaps .

ALBORAN SEA – Off Alboran Island • 1 shell; depth 250 m; 2005; J. Martin leg; SaM.

Remarks

Talassia dagueneti was described from off Cape Breton, Bay of Biscay; a syntype is shown by Warén & Bouchet (1988: fig. 45; MNHN-IM-2000-5648). The species is distributed from the Porcupine Basin off Ireland to the Gulf of Cadiz, Madeira and Canary Islands and in the western Mediterranean Sea in 170–1809 m ( Bouchet & Warén 1993; Segers et al. 2009; this study). The outline of the shell is more slender ( Fig. 6 View Figs 1–11 ) than that of T. coriacea ( Fig. 1 View Figs 1–11 ) and the spiral sculpture of the teleoconch has finely dotted lines; the flexuous axial riblets are equidistant ( Fig. 7 View Figs 1–11 ).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Gastropoda

Order

Littorinimorpha

Family

Vanikoridae

Genus

Talassia

Loc

Talassia dagueneti (de Folin, 1873)

Hoffman, Leon & Freiwald, André 2022
2022
Loc

Talassia dagueneti

Bouchet Ph. & Waren A. 1993: 714
Waren A. & Bouchet Ph. 1988: 93
1988
Loc

Salassia dagueneti

de Folin 1868: 112
1868