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Van Soest, R.W.M. (2017). Sponges of the Guyana Shelf. Zootaxa. 4217: 1-225.
10.11646/zootaxa.4217.1.1 [view]
urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:6D68A019-6F63-4AA4-A8B3-92D351F1F69B [view]
Van Soest, R.W.M.
Sponges of the Guyana Shelf
4217: 1-225
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West Tropical Atlantic
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Guianan for Asbestopluma (Asbestopluma) gracilior (Schmidt, 1870) 
Guianan for Cornulum johnsoni (de Laubenfels, 1934) 
Guianan for Haliclona (Gellius) flagellifera (Ridley & Dendy, 1886)  (inaccurate)
Guianan for Radiella sol Schmidt, 1870 
Guianan for Scleroplegma lanterna (Schmidt, 1879) 
Guianan for Siphonidium ramosum (Schmidt, 1870) 
Guyanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Asbestopluma (Asbestopluma) gracilior (Schmidt, 1870) 
Guyanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Radiella sol Schmidt, 1870 
Guyanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Scleroplegma lanterna (Schmidt, 1879) 
Surinamese Exclusive Economic Zone for Cornulum johnsoni (de Laubenfels, 1934) 
Surinamese Exclusive Economic Zone for Siphonidium ramosum (Schmidt, 1870) 

Van Soest (2017) suggests this species could be an Adreus[details]


Van Soest's (1980) record of this species concerns Oceanapia carotta (Schmidt, 1870), according to Van Soest(2017: 45). [details]


Synonymy of Reniera ascidia and Rhizochalina amphirhiza is based on Van Soest, 2017: 43. [details]


According to Van Soest, 2017: 46, this species is a possible junior synonym of Oceanapia carotta (Schmidt, 1870). [details]


Uriz (2002) attempted to distinguish Tribrachium schmidtii and Kapnesolenia fisheri by using morphological and ... [details]


Caribbean records belong to Oceanapia ascidia (Schmidt, 1870). Azorean records likely belong to an undescribed species. [details]

 Type material

There is a problem with the original description and depiction of Schmidt’s (1870) Cometella gracilior: he ... [details]

 Type material

So far, no type specimen of this species has been positively identified and redescribed. A possible type specimen ... [details]

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