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Hutchings, Pat A. (2007). New species of deep-sea Terebellidae and Trichobranchidae (Polychaeta) (sedentary species III). Galathea Report. 21: 75-90 [not online as at January 2016].
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Hutchings, Pat A.
2007
New species of deep-sea Terebellidae and Trichobranchidae (Polychaeta) (sedentary species III)
Galathea Report
21: 75-90 [not online as at January 2016]
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Galathea vol 21 not found as available online as at January 2016
Terebellids collected during the Galathea from deep water are described including three new species, Terebellides jorgeni (F. Trichobranchidae), Lanice amphelisso and Pista torquata (F. Terebellidae). Terebellides jorgeni is characterized by dorsally elevated margins on segments 5-9; Lanice amphelisso is distinguished from all other species of Lanice by posterior thoracic uncini being arranged in a narrow elongate loop. Pista torquata has two pairs of plume shaped branchiae with filaments arising in discrete tiers and thoracic uncini only having shafts anteriorly and by the development and arrangement of lateral lobes.
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Lanice Malmgren, 1866 (identification resource)
Lanice amphelisso Hutchings, 2007 (original description)
Pista Malmgren, 1866 (identification resource)
Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007 (original description)
Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007 (original description)
Nontype ZMUC, geounit Kermadec Trench, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
Paratype ZMUC POL-1841, geounit Challenger Plateau, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1842, geounit Namibia, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1843, geounit Durban, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1844, geounit South African part of the Indian Ocean, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1845, geounit Sierra Leone, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Unknown type ZMUC POL-1846, geounit Angola, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Paratype ZMUC POL-1850, geounit Durban, identified as Lanice amphelisso Hutchings, 2007
Paratype ZMUC POL-1852, geounit Challenger Plateau, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1853, geounit Namibia, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1854, geounit Durban, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
Nontype ZMUC POL-1855, geounit Great Australian Bight, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
Holotype ZMUC ZMUC-POL-1840, geounit Bali, identified as Terebellides jorgeni Hutchings, 2007
Holotype ZMUC ZMUC-POL-1849, geounit Durban, identified as Lanice amphelisso Hutchings, 2007
Holotype ZMUC ZMUC-POL-1851, geounit Challenger Plateau, identified as Pista torquata Hutchings, 2007
 Depth range

430 m. [details]

 Depth range

412-4540 m. [details]

 Depth range

430-4360 m. [details]

 Distribution

South Africa: off Durban (Indian Ocean). [details]

 Distribution

SE Atlantic Ocean; SW Indian Ocean; Great Australian Bight (Southern Ocean); Kermadec Trench (Pacific Ocean).  [details]

 Distribution

SE Atlantic Ocean; SW Indian Ocean; Indonesia; Tasman Sea. [details]

 Etymology

Author: "name amphelisso refers to the arrangement of the thoracic unicini in a narrow elongate loop" [details]

 Etymology

Author: "name refers to the arrangement of the branchial filaments around the main stem in discrete tiers" [details]

 Etymology

Author: "named after the late Jorgen Kirkegaard who participated in the Galathea Deep Sea expedition ..." [details]

 Habitat

Sand and clay, at slope depths. [details]

 Habitat

Sand, clay, and Globigerina ooze, at slope, bathyal and abyssal depths. [details]

 Habitat

Globigerina ooze, sandy clay, and mud, at slope, bathyal and abyssal depths. [details]

 Type locality

off Durban, South Africa, Indian Ocean, -29.9167 31.3333, 403 m [details]

 Type locality

Challenger Plateau near West Coast, New Zealand, Tasman Sea, -42.1667 170.1667, 610 m [details]

 Type locality

South of Bali, Indonesia, -8.8333 114.9167, 600 m [details]