Pseudonereis gallapagensis Kinberg, 1865

Costa, Dimitri de Araujo, Dolbeth, Marina, Prata, Jessica, da Silva, Francisco de Assis, da Silva, Geuba Maria Bernardo, de Freitas, Paulo Ragner Silva, Christoffersen, Martin Lindsey, de Lima, Silvio Felipe Barbosa, Massei, Karina & de Lucena, Reinaldo Farias Paiva, 2021, Marine invertebrates associated with rhodoliths / maerl beds from northeast Brazil (State of Paraiba), Biodiversity Data Journal 9, pp. 62736-62736: 62736

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scientific name

Pseudonereis gallapagensis Kinberg, 1865
status

 

Pseudonereis gallapagensis Kinberg, 1865  

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: catalogNumber: CZAP-237; recordedBy: G. da Silva, D. Costa; individualCount: 1; Location: locality: Miramar Beach; verbatimDepth: 4.0 m  

Distribution

Pacific Ocean: Galápagos Islands, Hawaii, Baja California to Chile; Brazilian coast (Rio Grande do Norte, Paraíba, Pernambuco, São Paulo and Paraná States); Cape of Good Hope, Madagascar and Red Sea ( Costa et al. 2017, Read and Fauchald 2020q).

Distribution in Paraíba: Seixas Beach ( Costa et al. 2017) and Miramar Beach (New record).

Notes

Found inside the rhodoliths.

Diagnosis

( Dueñas-Ramírez and Quiros-Rodriguez 2012): Prostomium with four eyes, two antennae and two palps (Fig. 4 f). Proboscis with paragnaths (area I with two conical ones, area II with three rows of pectinate bars, area III with four pectinate bars, area IV with five pectinate bars, area V with one conical paragnath, area VI with transverse ones and areas VII and VIII with a single row conical ones) and serrated jaws. Four pairs of modified anterior cirri ("tentacular cirri"). Parapodia with notopodial and neuropodial lobes (with pre- and post-chaetal lobes) of same size, falcigers and spinigers chaetae and dark aciculae.