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Carballo, J.L.; Garcia-Gómez, J.C. (1994). Esponjas del Estrecho de Gibraltar y áreas próximas, con nuevas aportaciones para la fauna Iberica [Porifera from the Straits of Gibraltar and nearby areas, new species of the Iberian fauna]. Cahiers de Biologie Marine. 35(2): 193-211.
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Carballo, J.L.; Garcia-Gómez, J.C.
1994
Esponjas del Estrecho de Gibraltar y áreas próximas, con nuevas aportaciones para la fauna Iberica [Porifera from the Straits of Gibraltar and nearby areas, new species of the Iberian fauna]
Cahiers de Biologie Marine
35(2): 193-211
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This paper deals with the faunistic study of the Porifera from Southern Spain, especially from the Straits of Gibraltar and nearby areas. We have identified 110 species and five of them are recorded for the first time from the Iberian coasts : Hymedesmia senegalensis, Hymerhabdia typica. Haliclona valliculata. Haliclona neens and Chalinula nigra. We redescribe those five species and include a taxonomie discussion for each of them.Another poorly known species, Haliclona indistincta is briefly described.
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Alboran Sea for Cliona celata Grant, 1826 
Alboran Sea for Cliona vastifica Hancock, 1849 
Alboran Sea for Halichondria bowerbanki Burton, 1930 
Alboran Sea for Phakellia ventilabrum (Linnaeus, 1767) 
Alboran Sea for Polymastia mamillaris (Müller, 1806)  (inaccurate)
Saharan Upwelling for Cliona celata Grant, 1826 
Saharan Upwelling for Cliona vastifica Hancock, 1849 
Saharan Upwelling for Halichondria bowerbanki Burton, 1930 
South European Atlantic Shelf for Cliona celata Grant, 1826 
South European Atlantic Shelf for Polymastia mamillaris (Müller, 1806)  (inaccurate)
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