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Polychaeta taxon details

Ophryotrocha magnadentata Wiklund et al., 2012

606958  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:606958)

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Wiklund, Helena; Altamira, Iris V.; Glover, Adrian G.; Smith, Craig R.; Baco, Amy R.; Dahlgren, Thomas G. 2012. Systematics and biodiversity of Ophryotrocha (Annelida, Dorvilleidae) with descriptions of six new species from deep-sea whale-fall and wood-fall habitats in the north-east Pacific. Systematics and Biodiversity 10(2): 243-259
page(s): 251 [details]   
Holotype  BMNH NHMUK2012.25, verbatimGeounit San...  
Holotype BMNH NHMUK2012.25, verbatimGeounit San Nicolas slope, E... [details]
Type locality contained in East North Pacific  
type locality contained in East North Pacific [details]
Note San Nicolas slope, East Pacific, 33° 20′ 0...  
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Type locality San Nicolas slope, East Pacific, 33° 20′ 0 N, 119° 59′ 0 W (33.333333°, -119.983333°) whale-fall at 960 m depth, [details]
Etymology named after its large and easily recognized maxillary forceps. Magnus is latin for ‘large’, and dentatus is latin for...  
Etymology named after its large and easily recognized maxillary forceps. Magnus is latin for ‘large’, and dentatus is latin for ‘tooth’. [details]

Taxonomy superficially similar to most littoral Ophryotrocha species with its short antennae and palps. It resembles Ophryotrocha...  
Taxonomy superficially similar to most littoral Ophryotrocha species with its short antennae and palps. It resembles Ophryotrocha bifida Hilbig & Blake, 1991 [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Ophryotrocha magnadentata Wiklund et al, 2012. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=606958 on 2019-11-14
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original description Wiklund, Helena; Altamira, Iris V.; Glover, Adrian G.; Smith, Craig R.; Baco, Amy R.; Dahlgren, Thomas G. 2012. Systematics and biodiversity of Ophryotrocha (Annelida, Dorvilleidae) with descriptions of six new species from deep-sea whale-fall and wood-fall habitats in the north-east Pacific. Systematics and Biodiversity 10(2): 243-259
page(s): 251 [details]   

context source (Deepsea) Wiklund, Helena; Altamira, Iris V.; Glover, Adrian G.; Smith, Craig R.; Baco, Amy R.; Dahlgren, Thomas G. 2012. Systematics and biodiversity of Ophryotrocha (Annelida, Dorvilleidae) with descriptions of six new species from deep-sea whale-fall and wood-fall habitats in the north-east Pacific. Systematics and Biodiversity 10(2): 243-259 [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

Holotype BMNH NHMUK2012.25, verbatimGeounit San Nicolas slope, E... [details]
From editor or global species database
Etymology named after its large and easily recognized maxillary forceps. Magnus is latin for ‘large’, and dentatus is latin for ‘tooth’. [details]

Taxonomy superficially similar to most littoral Ophryotrocha species with its short antennae and palps. It resembles Ophryotrocha bifida Hilbig & Blake, 1991 [details]

Type locality San Nicolas slope, East Pacific, 33° 20′ 0 N, 119° 59′ 0 W (33.333333°, -119.983333°) whale-fall at 960 m depth, [details]