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Serpula and spiraserpula (polychaeta, serpulidae) from the tropical Western atlantic and gulf of Guinea.

Bastida-Zavala R - Zookeys (2012)

Bottom Line: Serpula vossaesp. n. from the Western Caribbean and Bahamas has a tube with 6-8 longitudinal ridges, and a large, deep symmetrical opercular funnel, with 21-33 radii, and a smooth inner surface.Serpula cf. vermicularis, recorded from the Gulf of Guinea (tropical eastern Atlantic), is distinguished from the nominal species in possessing fewer opercular radii (33-39) and the lack of a proximal rasp in the bayonet chaetae; tubes are missing.The distribution range is extended for the three known Spiraserpula species found in the collections, Spiraserpula caribensis, Spiraserpula karpatensis and Spiraserpula ypsilon.

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Affiliation: Laboratorio de Sistemática de Invertebrados Marinos (LABSIM), Universidad del Mar, campus Puerto Ángel, Ciudad Universitaria, Apdo. Postal 47, Puerto Ángel, Oaxaca, 70902, México.

ABSTRACT
Six species of Serpula and Spiraserpula were identified, mainly, from the material of the expeditions of the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, including two new species of Serpula. Serpula madrigalaesp. n. from the Turks and Caicos has a tube with five longitudinal ridges, four rows of alveoli and a medium-sized shallow symmetrical opercular funnel with 17 radii, and an inner surface with opercular tubercles. Serpula vossaesp. n. from the Western Caribbean and Bahamas has a tube with 6-8 longitudinal ridges, and a large, deep symmetrical opercular funnel, with 21-33 radii, and a smooth inner surface. Serpula cf. vermicularis, recorded from the Gulf of Guinea (tropical eastern Atlantic), is distinguished from the nominal species in possessing fewer opercular radii (33-39) and the lack of a proximal rasp in the bayonet chaetae; tubes are missing. The distribution range is extended for the three known Spiraserpula species found in the collections, Spiraserpula caribensis, Spiraserpula karpatensis and Spiraserpula ypsilon.

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A-D: Spiraserpula caribensis, from Cozumel, UMAR-Poly 110 A complete tube B–C internal surface of the tube and detail of ventral internal ridge D other specimen with lateral internal ridges E–FSpiraserpula karpatensis, from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1055 E detail of the mouth tube F abdomen with gametes G–LSpiraserpula ypsilon, from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 G collar chaetae; from Bahamas, UMML 22.1056 H tube attached to Pseudovermilia fuscostriata; from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 I tube; from Honduras, UMML 22.1057 J–K tube in cross section L tube in longitudinal section M–NSpiraserpula sp., from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1060 M–N operculum, lateral and aboral views.
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Figure 7: A-D: Spiraserpula caribensis, from Cozumel, UMAR-Poly 110 A complete tube B–C internal surface of the tube and detail of ventral internal ridge D other specimen with lateral internal ridges E–FSpiraserpula karpatensis, from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1055 E detail of the mouth tube F abdomen with gametes G–LSpiraserpula ypsilon, from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 G collar chaetae; from Bahamas, UMML 22.1056 H tube attached to Pseudovermilia fuscostriata; from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 I tube; from Honduras, UMML 22.1057 J–K tube in cross section L tube in longitudinal section M–NSpiraserpula sp., from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1060 M–N operculum, lateral and aboral views.

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Serpula and spiraserpula (polychaeta, serpulidae) from the tropical Western atlantic and gulf of Guinea.

Bastida-Zavala R - Zookeys (2012)

A-D: Spiraserpula caribensis, from Cozumel, UMAR-Poly 110 A complete tube B–C internal surface of the tube and detail of ventral internal ridge D other specimen with lateral internal ridges E–FSpiraserpula karpatensis, from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1055 E detail of the mouth tube F abdomen with gametes G–LSpiraserpula ypsilon, from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 G collar chaetae; from Bahamas, UMML 22.1056 H tube attached to Pseudovermilia fuscostriata; from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 I tube; from Honduras, UMML 22.1057 J–K tube in cross section L tube in longitudinal section M–NSpiraserpula sp., from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1060 M–N operculum, lateral and aboral views.
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Figure 7: A-D: Spiraserpula caribensis, from Cozumel, UMAR-Poly 110 A complete tube B–C internal surface of the tube and detail of ventral internal ridge D other specimen with lateral internal ridges E–FSpiraserpula karpatensis, from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1055 E detail of the mouth tube F abdomen with gametes G–LSpiraserpula ypsilon, from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 G collar chaetae; from Bahamas, UMML 22.1056 H tube attached to Pseudovermilia fuscostriata; from Trinidad and Tobago, UMML 22.1059 I tube; from Honduras, UMML 22.1057 J–K tube in cross section L tube in longitudinal section M–NSpiraserpula sp., from Los Roques Islands, UMML 22.1060 M–N operculum, lateral and aboral views.
Mentions: Figs 7A–D8

Bottom Line: Serpula vossaesp. n. from the Western Caribbean and Bahamas has a tube with 6-8 longitudinal ridges, and a large, deep symmetrical opercular funnel, with 21-33 radii, and a smooth inner surface.Serpula cf. vermicularis, recorded from the Gulf of Guinea (tropical eastern Atlantic), is distinguished from the nominal species in possessing fewer opercular radii (33-39) and the lack of a proximal rasp in the bayonet chaetae; tubes are missing.The distribution range is extended for the three known Spiraserpula species found in the collections, Spiraserpula caribensis, Spiraserpula karpatensis and Spiraserpula ypsilon.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Laboratorio de Sistemática de Invertebrados Marinos (LABSIM), Universidad del Mar, campus Puerto Ángel, Ciudad Universitaria, Apdo. Postal 47, Puerto Ángel, Oaxaca, 70902, México.

ABSTRACT
Six species of Serpula and Spiraserpula were identified, mainly, from the material of the expeditions of the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, including two new species of Serpula. Serpula madrigalaesp. n. from the Turks and Caicos has a tube with five longitudinal ridges, four rows of alveoli and a medium-sized shallow symmetrical opercular funnel with 17 radii, and an inner surface with opercular tubercles. Serpula vossaesp. n. from the Western Caribbean and Bahamas has a tube with 6-8 longitudinal ridges, and a large, deep symmetrical opercular funnel, with 21-33 radii, and a smooth inner surface. Serpula cf. vermicularis, recorded from the Gulf of Guinea (tropical eastern Atlantic), is distinguished from the nominal species in possessing fewer opercular radii (33-39) and the lack of a proximal rasp in the bayonet chaetae; tubes are missing. The distribution range is extended for the three known Spiraserpula species found in the collections, Spiraserpula caribensis, Spiraserpula karpatensis and Spiraserpula ypsilon.

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