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Reiswig, H.M. (2018). Four new species of Hexactinellida (Porifera) and a name replacement from the NE Pacific. in: Deep Sea and Cave Sponges, Klautau, M., Pérez, T., Cárdenas, P. & de Voogd, N. (eds). Zootaxa. 4466 (1): 124-151.
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Reiswig, H.M.
2018
Four new species of Hexactinellida (Porifera) and a name replacement from the NE Pacific. <i>in</i>: Deep Sea and Cave Sponges, Klautau, M., Pérez, T., Cárdenas, P. & de Voogd, N. (eds)
Zootaxa
4466 (1): 124-151
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Four new species of Hexactinellida are described from the northwest coast of North America. Two northern ones from bottom longline sablefish traps set on Bowie Seamount off northwest Canada are Pinulasma bowiensis and Rhabdocalyptus trichotis. Two southern forms picked by ROV from the wreck of USS Independence off San Francisco, California are Staurocalyptus pamelaturnerae and Hyalascus farallonensis. A fifth specimen from the southern site is considered conspecific with the junior homonym Farrea aculeata Schulze, and allowed renaming of that species as Farrea schulzei. These additions bring the number of Hexactinellida known from the area (30º–90º N) to 62 species.
East Pacific
Abyssal, Deep-Sea
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2018-09-11 13:41:18Z
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Farallon Islands for Hyalascus farallonesensis Reiswig, 2018 
Farallon Islands for Staurocalyptus pamelaturnerae Reiswig, 2018 
North East Pacific for Pinulasma bowiensis Reiswig, 2018 
North East Pacific for Rhabdocalyptus trichotis Reiswig, 2018 
Northern California for Farrea schulzei Reiswig, 2018 
Holotype RBCM 016-00227-001, identified as Rhabdocalyptus trichotis Reiswig, 2018
Holotype RBCM 016-00230-001, identified as Pinulasma bowiensis Reiswig, 2018
Holotype CAS 218807, identified as Hyalascus farallonesensis Reiswig, 2018
Holotype CAS 218813, identified as Staurocalyptus pamelaturnerae Reiswig, 2018
 Taxonomy

This is a junior homonym of Farrea aculeata sensu Bowerbank, 1875. [details]

 Taxonomy

This is a senior homonym of Farrea aculeata sensu Schulze, 1899. [details]