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Sanamyan, K.E.; Sanamyan, N.P.; Kukhlevskiy; Shilov, V.A. (2023). New species of calcareous sponges of the family Leuconiidae (Porifera: Calcarea: Baeriida) from Kuril Islands, NW Pacific. Invertebrate Zoology. 20(2): 153-179.
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Sanamyan, K.E.; Sanamyan, N.P.; Kukhlevskiy; Shilov, V.A.
2023
New species of calcareous sponges of the family Leuconiidae (Porifera: Calcarea: Baeriida) from Kuril Islands, NW Pacific
Invertebrate Zoology
20(2): 153-179
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in russian
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Three new species of calcareous sponges from Kuril Islands are described. Two of them belong to the formerly monotypic genus Leucopsila (L. pacifica sp.n. and L. hexactina sp.n.) and one to Leuconia (L. pilosa sp.n.). Family Baeriidae Borojevic, Boury- Esnault et Vacelet, 2000, to which these genera are currently assigned, is shown to be invalid. Valid name for this family is Leuconiidae Breitfuss, 1897. The molecular data assign the described species to the clade comprising chiactine and pugiole bearing sponges of Leuconiidae, Achramorphidae and Petrobionidae, supporting the current view that these families are closely related.
North-west Pacific, warm temperate and boreal
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2023-06-23 09:02:12Z
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Holotype MIMB 43139, geounit Oyashio Current, identified as Leucopsila pacifica Sanamyan, Sanamyan, Kukhlevskiy & Shilov, 2023
Holotype MIMB 43153, geounit Oyashio Current, identified as Leucopsila hexactina Sanamyan, Sanamyan, Kukhlevskiy & Shilov, 2023
Holotype MIMB 43162, geounit Oyashio Current, identified as Leuconia pilosa Sanamyan, Sanamyan, Kukhlevskiy & Shilov, 2023
 Additional information

Sanamyan et al. (2023) proposed to synonymize the family Baeriidae Borojevic, Boury-Esnault & Vacelet, 2000 to ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Sanamyan et al. (2023) proposed to synonymize the family Baeriidae Borojevic, Boury-Esnault & Vacelet, 2000 to ... [details]



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