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Erséus, C. (1992). Groundwater and marine intertidal Tubificidae (Oligochaeta) from the Canary and Cabo Verde Islands, with descriptions of two new species. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde. 62(2): 63-70.
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Erséus, C.
1992
Groundwater and marine intertidal Tubificidae (Oligochaeta) from the Canary and Cabo Verde Islands, with descriptions of two new species
Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde
62(2): 63-70
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Holotype ZMA 2866, geounit Tenerife, identified as Heterodrilus amplus Erséus, 1992
Holotype ZMA 2873, geounit Tenerife, identified as Limnodriloides janstocki Erséus, 1992
 Depth range

Intertidal and subtidal sand, to at least 9 m depth. [details]

 Depth range

Intertidal sand [details]

 Depth range

Intertidal and subtidal (to at least 6 m depth), often muddy, sands. [details]

 Distribution

Canary Island, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Galápagos Islands. [details]

 Distribution

Canary and Cabo Verde Islands, France, Bermuda, Belize, Guadeloupe, Pacific coast of Mexico, Galápagos Islands, ... [details]

 Distribution

Canary Islands and Bermuda [details]

 Distribution

Known only from the type locality on the Canary Island Tenerife [details]

 Distribution

Canary Islands, Black and Mediterranean Seas, China, southwestern Australia [details]

 Distribution

Known only from Bajamar on Tenerife (E. Atlantic). [details]

 Ecology

Marine intertidal and slightly salty underground spring water. [details]

 Ecology

Previously known from intertidal and barely subtidal sand; here reported from near-coastal and underground brackish ... [details]

 Etymology

The epithet amplus (= Latin, broad) refers to the great width of this species. [details]

 Etymology

Named after Dr. Jan H. Stock, Professor emeritus of Systematic and Geographic Zoology at the University of ... [details]