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Davoult, D.; Dewarumez, J.-M.; Luczak, C.; Migné, A. (1999). Nouvelles signalisations d'espèces benthiques sur les côtes françaises de la Manche orientale et de la Mer du Nord [New reports of benthic species from the french coasts of the eastern English Channel and the North Sea]. Cah. Biol. Mar. 40(2): 121-127
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Davoult, D.; Dewarumez, J.-M.; Luczak, C.; Migne, A.
1999
Nouvelles signalisations d'especes benthiques sur les cotes francaises de la Manche orientale et de la Mer du Nord [New reports of benthic species from the French coasts of the eastern English Channel and the North Sea]
Cahiers de Biologie Marine
40(2): 121-127
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Adriatic Sea for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Arctic Ocean for Chone filicaudata Southern, 1914 
Arctic Ocean for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
Bay of Biscay for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
Black Sea for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Bordeaux for Hesionura elongata (Southern, 1914) 
Boulogne-sur-Mer for Glycera celtica O'Connor, 1987 
Boulogne-sur-Mer for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Bretagne Nord for Scruparia ambigua (d'Orbigny, 1841) 
Bretagne Sud for Glycera oxycephala Ehlers, 1887 
Calais for Hesionura elongata (Southern, 1914) 
Cap Gris Nez for Abietinaria abietina (Linnaeus, 1758) 
Cap Gris Nez for Hydrallmania falcata (Linnaeus, 1758) 
Cap Gris Nez for Scruparia ambigua (d'Orbigny, 1841) 
Celtic Sea for Glycera celtica O'Connor, 1987 
Danish Exclusive Economic Zone for Hesionura elongata (Southern, 1914) 
Dieppe for Chone filicaudata Southern, 1914 
Dieppe for Glycera oxycephala Ehlers, 1887 
Dunkerque for Anaitides longipes (Kinberg, 1866) 
Dunkerque for Phoronis muelleri Selys-Lonchamps, 1903 
English Channel for Anaitides longipes (Kinberg, 1866) 
English Channel for Glycera celtica O'Connor, 1987 
Estuary of the Canche for Anaitides longipes (Kinberg, 1866) 
Estuary of the Canche for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
Estuary of the Canche for Myriochele oculata Zachs, 1923 
Irish Sea for Chone filicaudata Southern, 1914 
Isle of Man for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
Isle of Man for Phoronis muelleri Selys-Lonchamps, 1903 
Manche for Phoronis muelleri Selys-Lonchamps, 1903 
Mediterranean Sea for Glycera celtica O'Connor, 1987 
Mediterranean Sea for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Mediterranean Sea for Phoronis muelleri Selys-Lonchamps, 1903 
North East Atlantic for Chone filicaudata Southern, 1914 
North East Atlantic for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
North Sea for Chone filicaudata Southern, 1914 
North Sea for Glycera celtica O'Connor, 1987 
North West Atlantic for Glycera oxycephala Ehlers, 1887 
North West Atlantic for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Norwegian Exclusive Economic Zone for Glycera oxycephala Ehlers, 1887 
Plymouth for Harpinia antennaria Meinert, 1890 
Plymouth for Idotea metallica Bosc, 1802 
Roscoff for Anaitides longipes (Kinberg, 1866) 
Roscoff for Scruparia ambigua (d'Orbigny, 1841) 
Unknown type, geounit Barbados, identified as Glycera oxycephala Ehlers, 1887
 Distribution

This species is widely distributed, reported in Chili, Mexico, North Carolina, South Africa, North-East Atlantic: ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is also reported in the Bahamas.
Generally found between 0 - 50 m in fine sand to gravel. [details]

 Distribution

Species, originally from North America, occurs occasionally on the British coasts and most probably is brought here ... [details]

 Distribution

This is the only Mediomastus species occuring in European waters. [details]

 Distribution

Boreal-arctic species, which is distributed from above 80° N to south-west British Isles, as well as the Japan ... [details]

 Distribution

Davoult et al. Reports on an occurence in New Zealand. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolite species, except for arctic waters at a depth of 0-50 m [details]

 Ecology

This species is often observed living on hydrozoan species such as Abietinaria abietina, Hydrallmania falcata and ... [details]

 Habitat

Occurs at a depth of between 0-70 m. [details]

 Habitat

In the intertidal and subtidal zone, between algae and ascidians.
This animal apparently is able to leave quite ... [details]

 Habitat

Usually captured in muddy sand at a depth of between 50-200 m. [details]

 Habitat

In gravel at a depth of between 10-150 m. [details]

 habitat

Generally observed at muddy bottoms at a depth of between 10-400 m. [details]

 Habitat

From the intertidal zone up to a depth of about 100 m, in more or less muddy but sandy sediments. [details]

 Habitat

Prefers sand to gravel at the low with water saturated intertidal area up to the subtidal. [details]

 Habitat

This species is commonly present at a depth of between 5-240 m in both gravel and fine sand, as well as muddy sand. [details]

 Identification

This species has often been mistaken for G. gigantea Quatrefages, 1865 an G. capitata Oersted, 1843. [details]

 Identification

This species has often been mistaken for N. hombergii Savigny, 1818, which co-occur with N. assimilis, but the ... [details]

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