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Plathong, Jintana; Hernández-Alcántara, Pablo; Harris, Leslie; Plathong, Sakanan. (2020). Description of two new species of Paraonidae (Annelida) from the Gulf of Thailand, Western Pacific. ZooKeys. 951: 1-20.
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10.3897/zookeys.951.51686 [view]
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Plathong, Jintana; Hernández-Alcántara, Pablo; Harris, Leslie; Plathong, Sakanan
2020
Description of two new species of Paraonidae (Annelida) from the Gulf of Thailand, Western Pacific
ZooKeys
951: 1-20
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Open access at Zootaxa
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Two new species of Aricidea Webster, 1879 (Paraonidae), Aricidea (Acmira) anusakdii sp. nov. and Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae sp. nov. were collected from 10–26.5 m depth, in soft bottoms with mud mixed with sand and shells at Songkhla Sea, the Gulf of Thailand between 2011–2018. Aricidea (Acmira) anusakdii sp. nov. is clearly distinguished from other species of the subgenus Acmira by having a rounded bilobed prostomium divided by a slight notch on the anterior margin; red pigments on the subdistal to the tip of each branchia (new character); two prebranchial chaetigers; 48–68 pairs of branchiae; and modified neurochaetae as strong curved spines with blunt shafts surrounded by pubescence from chaetigers 19–44. On the other hand, Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae sp. nov. can be separated from other members of the subgenus Aricidea by the presence of a biarticulated median antenna; distinctive notopodial lobes as broad triangular with short distal protuberances on chaetiger 3, 4–8 pairs of branchiae; and modified neurochaetae as bidentate neurochaetae with a long pubescent subterminal arista on the concave side. All data have been archived and are freely available from the Dryad Digital Repository (https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.hqbzkh1cn).
Western Pacific warm temperate and tropical
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Holotype PSUZC POL-00021, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype PSUZC POL-00022, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype PSUZC POL-00023, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype PSUZC POL-00024, verbatimGeounit Songkhla Sea, Gulf o..., identified as Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Holotype PSUZC POL-0047, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Acmira) anusakdii Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype PSUZC POL-0048, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Acmira) anusakdii Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype PSUZC POL-0049, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Acmira) anusakdii Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
Paratype AM W.52904, geounit Gulf of Thailand, identified as Aricidea (Aricidea) thammapinanae Plathong, Hernández-Alcántara, Harris & Plathong, 2020
 Distribution

Western Pacific Ocean: Songkhla Sea (Gulf of Thailand).  [details]

 Distribution

Western Pacific Ocean: Songkhla Sea (Gulf of Thailand). [details]

 Etymology

"The species was named in honor of, and to remember, Mr Anusakdi Plathong, Sakanan’s deceased father" (Plathong ... [details]

 Etymology

"The species epithet thammapinanae, is after the family name of Ms Vorramaz Thammapinan. This species is named in ... [details]

 Habitat

In mud mixed with sand and shells, 10–26.5 m depth. [details]

 Reproduction

Eggs found in branchial chaetigers of specimens collected in March, May, June, August and October. [details]

 Reproduction

Eggs found in the coelomic cavities of postbranchial chaetigers of specimens collected in March, August and September. [details]

 Type locality

Songkhla Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Western Pacific Ocean (7.5383°, 100.7131°). [details]

 Type locality

Songkhla Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Western Pacific Ocean (7.5544°, 100.7786°). [details]