Salvatoria neapolitana (Goodrich, 1930),

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: 290

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.150.2146

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scientific name

Salvatoria neapolitana (Goodrich, 1930)
status

 

Salvatoria neapolitana (Goodrich, 1930) 

Pionosyllis neapolitana  Goodrich, 1930: 651, figs 1-12.

Pseudobrania neapolitana  San Martín 1984b: 160, figs 31-32.

Grubeosyllis neapolitana  : Jiménez et al. 1994: 52 figs 1-2; Böggemann and Westheide 2004: 430.

Salvatoria neapolitana  : San Martín 2003: 182, fig. 94.

Pionosyllis subterranea  Hartmann-Schröder, 1956: 89 figs 6-9.

Brania subterranea  : Westheide 1974a: 10, fig. 6; 1974b: 87, figs 10, 42 d–f.

Grubeosyllis subterranea  : Núñez et al. 1992: 45.

Material examined.

Elounda, Crete, Greece: CELA-15a-07 (2 ind.), CELB-20c-07 (2 ind.) [coll. 26.9.2007]; CELB-15a-08: (5 ind.), CELB-15c-08 (1 ind.) [coll. 11.6.2008]; CELB-1d-08 (1 ind.) [coll. 12.6.2008].

Type locality.

Bay of Naples, Italy (western Mediterranean Sea).

Distribution.

Circumtropical, Mediterranean Sea: WB, AS ( Çinar et al. 2008). New record for the Greek coast.

Habitat.

Until 20 m depth, in coarse sand, among photophilic algae.

Remarks.

Pionosyllis subterranea  was synonymized with Pionosyllis neapolitana  and transferred to Grubeosyllis  by Jiménez et al. (1994). San Martín (2003) subsequently replaced the name Grubeosyllis  with Salvatoria  , which has priority over the former.