By Charatsee Aungtonya (auth.), Elín Sigvaldadóttir, Andrew S. Y. Mackie, Guðmundur V. Helgason, Donald J. Reish, Jörundur Svavarsson, Sigmar A. Steingrímsson, Guðmundur Guðmundsson (eds.)
In July 2001 specialists from everywhere in the international met in Reykjavik, Iceland to debate numerous problems with polychaete biology. particularly the newest advancements in cladistic inference of polychaete phylogeny have been awarded. a few stories utilized contemporary molecular options, revealing unknown genetic relationships among the several households of polychaetous annelids. This quantity is of curiosity to experts and scholars looking an creation to the newest advancements within the box of systematics and ecology of polychaetous annelids. This booklet is one in a sequence proposing effects from the foreign Polychaete conferences.
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H. Schmidt, 2003. Cosmopolitan versus cryptic meiofaunal polychaete species – An approach to a molecular taxonomy. Helgoland Mar. Res. 57: 1–6. Hydrobiologia 496: 27–34, 2003. E. Y. V. J. Reish, J. A. Steingr´ımsson & G. Guðmundsson (eds), Advances in Polychaete Research. © 2003 Kluwer Academic Publishers. es Key words: taxonomy, sea-grass, Arenotrocha, Ophryotrocha, Polychaeta, Canary Islands Abstract In this paper, three new dorvilleid species belonging to the genera Arenotrocha Westheide & von Nordheim, 1985 and Ophryotrocha Claparède & Mecznikow, 1869 are described.
Streptosyllis pettiboneae Perkins, 1981 appears to be very similar to S. aequiseta and the Seychellean specimens in habitus, size, arrangement and shape of body appendages as well as general pattern of chaetation. It differs in the occurrence of the short falcigers (only in the ﬁrst 5 chaetigers) and enlarged aciculae (in chaetigers 2–5) (Perkins, 1981). Recent genetic investigations have shown that many of these widely distributed meiofaunal polychaetes are complexes that include cryptic species (Schmidt & Westheide, 1999, 2000).
Clymenella fauchaldi n. sp. (A) Anterior body end, lateral view. (B) Cephalic plate, dorsal view. (C) Anterior chaetiger 2. (D) Acicular spine from chaetiger 2. (E) Capillary from chaetiger 2, and winged capillary chaetae from chaetiger 9. (F) Rostrate uncinus, chaetiger 6. (G) Posterior end and pygidium. (H) Pygidium with cirri in posterior view. 8 mm for C, 4 μm for D and F, 0,4 mm for H. ited at the Museo Zoológico de la Universidad de Concepción (UCCC), Chile. Taxonomy Family Maldanidae Malmgren, 1867 Subfamily Euclymeninae, Ardwisson, 1907 Clymenella Verril, 1873 37 Clymenella fauchaldi n.