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Yen, Nicole K.; Rouse, Greg W. (2020). Phylogeny, biogeography and systematics of Pacific vent, methane seep, and whale-fall Parougia (Dorvilleidae : Annelida), with eight new species. Invertebrate Systematics. 34(2): 200-233.
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10.1071/is19042 [view]
urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:EC7EBBEA-2FB5-43D6-BE53-1A468B541A5C [view]
Yen, Nicole K.; Rouse, Greg W.
2020
Phylogeny, biogeography and systematics of Pacific vent, methane seep, and whale-fall Parougia (Dorvilleidae : Annelida), with eight new species
Invertebrate Systematics
34(2): 200-233
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD).
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Dorvilleidae is a diverse group of annelids found in many marine environments and also commonly associated with chemosynthetic habitats. One dorvilleid genus, Parougia, currently has 11 described species, of which two are found at vents or seeps: Parougia wolfi and Parougia oregonensis. Eight new Parougia species are recognised and described in this study from collections in the Pacific Ocean, all from whale-falls, hydrothermal vents, or methane seeps at ~600-m depth or greater. The specimens were studied using morphology and phylogenetic analyses of DNA sequences from mitochondrial (cytochrome c oxidase subunit I, 16S rRNA, and cytochrome b) and nuclear (18S rRNA and histone 3) genes. Six sympatric Parougia spp. were found at Hydrate Ridge, Oregon, while three of the Parougia species occurred at different types of chemosynthetic habitats. Two new species were found over wide geographical and bathymetric ranges. Another dorvilleid genus, Ophryotrocha, has previously been highlighted as diversifying in the deep-sea environment. Our results document the hitherto unknown diversity of another dorvilleid genus, Parougia, at various chemosynthetic environments.
Corresponding author. Email: grouse@ucsd.edu
Pacific Ocean
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Parougia Wolf, 1986 (taxonomy source)
 Diagnosis

Furcate setae, when present, with long thin tines. Parougia is very similar to Ougia Wolf (1986) in lacking basal ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia billiemiroae is "named in honour of Billie Miro Breskin in appreciation for support of the SIO ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia ceruleibohnorum is named after "the Bohn family, in appreciation of their support of the Scripps ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia chutsaoi is named for "Chu Tsao Yen, the father of the first author" [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia indiareinhardtae is named for "India Lily Reinhardt in appreciation for the support of the SIO ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia jessieae is named for "Jessie Chou, the mother of the first author" [details]

 Etymology

authors: "Parougia sulleyi is named after the character James P. Sullivan (Sulley) from the Disney movie ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia theloniousblueski is named for Thelonious Blue Breskin, in appreciation for the support of the ... [details]

 Etymology

authors: Parougia zairahae is named for "Zairah Lynn Shepard, daughter of first author’s friend, Shaun Ikaika Shepard [details]

 Type locality

Hydrate Ridge methane seeps, ROV Jason II dive 593, offshore Oregon, USA, 44.67 N, 125.098 W, 587 m [details]

 Type locality

Parrita Seep, offshore Pacific coast of Costa Rica, HOV Alvin dive 4508, 9.0303 N, -84.623 W, 1433 m [details]

 Type locality

White Lady hydrothermal vents, North Fiji Back-Arc Basin, Western Pacific, ROV Jason II dive 149, -16.9913 S, ... [details]

 Type locality

Santa Monica Basin, ROV Doc Ricketts dive 475, California, USA, 33.749 N, -119.053 W, 650 m [details]

 Type locality

Lau Back-Arc Basin, Hine Hina, Southern Valu Fa Ridge, near Tonga, Western Pacific, ROVJason II dive 145, -22.5323 ... [details]

 Type locality

Seep at Pinkie’s Vent North, Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California, Mexico, ROV Doc Ricketts dive 387, 27.5904 N, ... [details]

 Type locality

Mound 11 methane seep, offshore Costa Rica Pacific coast, HOV Alvin dive 4504, 8.9208 N, -84.3054 W, 1040 m [details]

 Type locality

Hydrate Ridge methane seeps, offshore Oregon, USA, HOV Alvin dive 4629, 44.57 N, -125.1548 W, 809 m [details]

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