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Polychaeta taxon details

Syllis tripantu Álvarez-Campos & Verdes, 2017

955999  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:955999)

accepted
Species
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
Álvarez-Campos, Patricia; Verdes, Aida. (2017). Syllids inhabiting holdfasts of Lessonia spicata in Central Chile: diversity, systematics, and description of three new species. <em>Systematics and Biodiversity.</em> 1-12., available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/JJSPB2yz9wtBdJT8twvs/full
page(s): 7-8, figs. 4-5, 19-29 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Holotype  MCZ 25200, geounit Valparaiso (region)  
Holotype MCZ 25200, geounit Valparaiso (region) [details]
Note Intertidal zone of Estación Costera de...  
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Type locality Intertidal zone of Estación Costera de Investigaciones Marinas (ECIM) beach, Las Cruces, San Antonio Province, Valparaiso Region, Chile, Pacific Ocean (gazetteer estimate -33.5028°, -71.6335°), on holdfasts of Lessonia spicata, algae turfs of Sphacelaria cirrosa and Corallina officinalis, and Perumytilus purpuratus beds, on exposed rocky shores. [details]
Depth range Intertidal zone.  
Depth range Intertidal zone. [details]

Distribution Pacific Ocean: Las Cruces (Central Chile). Known only from the type locality.  
Distribution Pacific Ocean: Las Cruces (Central Chile). Known only from the type locality. [details]

Etymology The specific epithet refers to Tripantu, a two-day music festival in honour of the Mapuche New Year that the authors...  
Etymology The specific epithet refers to Tripantu, a two-day music festival in honour of the Mapuche New Year that the authors attended during their second visit to ECIM (Chile). [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Syllis tripantu Álvarez-Campos & Verdes, 2017. Accessed at: http://marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=955999 on 2019-11-21
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original description Álvarez-Campos, Patricia; Verdes, Aida. (2017). Syllids inhabiting holdfasts of Lessonia spicata in Central Chile: diversity, systematics, and description of three new species. <em>Systematics and Biodiversity.</em> 1-12., available online at http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/JJSPB2yz9wtBdJT8twvs/full
page(s): 7-8, figs. 4-5, 19-29 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

Holotype MCZ 25200, geounit Valparaiso (region) [details]
Paratype MNCN 16.01/17620-17624, geounit Valparaiso (region) [details]
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Depth range Intertidal zone. [details]

Diagnosis Syllis tripantu differs from all other species in the unique yellow and green colouration as well as the length and width of the body, much larger and thinner than in any other species. It is characterized by short tentacular and dorsal cirri, especially in the most posterior parapodia and bidentate falciger blades with the distal tooth much larger than the proximal one and several thick spines on margin. It can also be distinguished by its long and thick dorsal simple chaetae present from midbody to posterior parapodia. [details]

Distribution Pacific Ocean: Las Cruces (Central Chile). Known only from the type locality. [details]

Etymology The specific epithet refers to Tripantu, a two-day music festival in honour of the Mapuche New Year that the authors attended during their second visit to ECIM (Chile). [details]

Habitat Intertidal zone of exposed rocky shores, on holdfasts of Lessonia spicata, algae turfs of Sphacelaria cirrosa and Corallina officinalis, and Perumytilus purpuratus beds. [details]

Type locality Intertidal zone of Estación Costera de Investigaciones Marinas (ECIM) beach, Las Cruces, San Antonio Province, Valparaiso Region, Chile, Pacific Ocean (gazetteer estimate -33.5028°, -71.6335°), on holdfasts of Lessonia spicata, algae turfs of Sphacelaria cirrosa and Corallina officinalis, and Perumytilus purpuratus beds, on exposed rocky shores. [details]