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Aguirrezabalaga, F.; Gil, J. (2009). Paraonidae (Polychaeta) from the Capbreton Canyon (Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic) with the description of eight new species. Scientia Marina. 73(4): 631-666.
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10.3989/scimar.2009.73n4631 [view]
Aguirrezabalaga, F.; Gil, J.
2009
Paraonidae (Polychaeta) from the Capbreton Canyon (Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic) with the description of eight new species
Scientia Marina
73(4): 631-666
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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Nineteen species of paraonid polychaetes, belonging to five genera, were collected from bathyal depths at the Capbreton Canyon, Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic. Levinsenia kantauriensis n. sp., Aricidea sardai n. sp., A. bifurcata n. sp., A. mirunekoa n. sp., A. maialenae n. sp., A. nekanae n. sp., Paradoneis bathyilvana n. sp. and P. mikeli n. sp., are new to science; Aricidea (Allia) antennata, Levinsenia flava, Paradoneis drachi and Paraonides myriamae are new records for the Atlantic, and Paradoneis eliasoni to the Iberian coasts.
Biscay
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Nontype, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Paradoneis drachi Laubier & Ramos, 1974
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11200, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Levinsenia kantauriensis Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Paratype MNCN 16.01/11201, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Levinsenia kantauriensis Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11202, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Paradoneis bathyilvana Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Paratype MNCN 16.01/11203, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Paradoneis bathyilvana Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11204, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Paradoneis mikeli Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Paratype MNCN 16.01/11205, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Paradoneis mikeli Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11206, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Aricidea (Allia) sardai Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11208, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Aricidea (Allia) mirunekoa Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Paratype MNCN 16.01/11209, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Aricidea (Allia) mirunekoa Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Holotype MNCN 16.01/11210, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Aricidea (Allia) maialenae Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009
Paratype MNCN 16.01/11211, geounit Bay of Biscay, identified as Aricidea (Allia) maialenae Aguirrezabalaga & Gil, 2009




 Distribution

NE Atlantic Ocean: Galicia (NW Spain); Bay of Biscay (Capbreton Canyon); Mediterranean Sea. [details]

 Etymology

Named after the shape of the median antenna.  [details]

 Etymology

Species dedicated to Maialen Agirrezabalaga Arraras.  [details]

 Etymology

Species dedicated to all members of the family Miru.  [details]

 Etymology

Species dedicated to Nekane Arraras Garaikoetxea. [details]

 Etymology

Named in honour of Rafael Sardá, in recognition of his work on polychaetes of the Mediterranean Sea.  [details]

 Etymology

Named after the collecting site (Cantabrian Sea = Kantauri Itsasoa, in Basque). [details]

 Etymology

Named after the similarity of the species to Paradoneis ilvana, combined with its different bathymetrical range.  [details]

 Etymology

Species dedicated to Mikel Agirrezabalaga Arraras. [details]

 Habitat

Type of sediment not specified in the original description. On muddy sediments, between 66-645 m.  [details]

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