Myrianida quindecimdentata (Langerhans, 1884),

Faulwetter, Sarah, Chatzigeorgiou, Georgios, Galil, Bella S. & Arvanitidis, Christos, 2011, An account of the taxonomy and distribution of Syllidae (Annelida, Polychaetes) in the eastern Mediterranean, with notes on the genus Prosphaerosyllis San Martin, 1984 in the Mediterranean, ZooKeys 150, pp. 281-326: 285-286

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scientific name

Myrianida quindecimdentata (Langerhans, 1884)
status

 

Myrianida quindecimdentata (Langerhans, 1884) 

Autolytus quindecimdentatus  Langerhans, 1884: 249, pl. 15, figs 3 a–b; Gidholm 1967: 195, fig. 23; Ben-Eliahu 1977a: 86, fig. 13; Campoy 1982: 241; San Martín 1984b: 417, fig. 113; 2003: 494, figs 272 a–d, 273 a–b; Núñez and San Martín 1996: 213, figs 5 k–m; Hartmann-Schröder 1996: 185; Çinar 1999: 63, fig. 4.8; Çinar et al. 2003: 747.

Autolytus lugens  Saint-Joseph, 1887: 234, pl. 12, fig. 116; Fauvel, 1923: 318, fig. 122g; Cognetti 1961: 304.

Odontosyllis longicornis  Hartmann-Schröder, 1960: 98, figs 101-104.

Myrianida quindecimdentata  : Nygren 2004: 135, figs 77 a–e.

Material examined.

Alykes, Crete, Greece: CALA-10c-08 (4 ind.) [coll. 17.6.2008]; CALA-1b-08 (1 ind.), CALB-1c-08 (1 ind.), CALB-1d-08 (1 ind.) [coll. 18.6.2008]. Elounda, Crete, Greece: CELB-5e-07 (1 ind.) [coll. 27.9.2007]; CELB-1a-07 (2 ind.), CELA-1d-07 (2 ind.), CELB-1e-07 (5 ind.) [coll. 29.9.2007]; CELA-10b-08 (1 ind.) [coll. 11.6.2008]; CELB-1a-08 (1 ind.), CELB-1b-08 (1 ind.), CELA-5d-08 (1 ind.) [coll. 12.6.2008].

Type locality.

Madeira (Atlantic Ocean).

Distribution.

East and west Atlantic (European and African coasts, Cuba), north-east Pacific, Red Sea ( San Martin 1994, Nygren 2004). Mediterranean Sea: WB, CB, AD, AS, LB. New record for the Greek coast.

Habitat.

Subtidal depths, on biogenic calcareous substrates, among photophilic and sciaphilic algae and Posidonia oceanica  rhizomes, endobiontic in sponges ( Nygren 2004, San Martín 2003).