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O'Reilly, Myles. (2016). Parasitic and commensal polychaetes (Fams. Arabellidae and Sphaerodoridae) and copepods (Fam. Saccopsidae) associated with lamella-worms (Terebellides spp.) in Scottish, and nearby, waters. The Glasgow Naturalist. 26(2): 61-70.
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O'Reilly, Myles
2016
Parasitic and commensal polychaetes (Fams. Arabellidae and Sphaerodoridae) and copepods (Fam. Saccopsidae) associated with lamella-worms (Terebellides spp.) in Scottish, and nearby, waters
The Glasgow Naturalist
26(2): 61-70
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
The World Of Copepods (T. Chad Walter)
The World Of Copepods (T. Chad Walter)
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Records are provided for the parasitic polychaete, Haematocleptes terebellidis and the commensal polychaete, Commensodorum commensalis, both associated with the lamella-worm, Terebellides stroemii, in the outer Clyde Estuary, Scotland. New records and basic morphometries are also provided for the parasitic copepods Melinnacheres terebellidis and M. steenstrupi, both ectoparasites of lamella-worms. Melinnacheres terebellidis is recorded for the first time from British waters in the North Sea and the Celtic Sea, and also from Sweden. Its host is identified as Terebellides shetlandica - a recently described species of lamella-worm. Melinnacheres steenstrupi is newly recorded from Mull, the Clyde Estuary, Campbeltown Loch, the Celtic Sea, and also from Sweden. The male of M. terebellidis is described for the first time and compared with other males of the genus
British Islands
Parasites, Parasitism
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