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A new species of sponge inhabiting barnacle Bryozobia (Archaeobalanidae, Bryozobiinae) in the West Pacific.

Yu MC, Kolbasov GA, Chan BK - Zookeys (2016)

Bottom Line: This paper describes a new species, Bryozobia rossi sp. n., collected by scuba diving in both Taiwan and Japan.Bryozobia rossi sp. n., a member of the subfamily Bryozobiinae (Ross and Newman 1996), has atria and open end portals and a single irregular basal whorl of portals at the same level as basal hemiportals; this morphology varies from all previously described bryozobiines.According to our review of relevant literature, this is the first reported Bryozobia in the Pacific, and this study is the first to describe the morphology of oral cone, cirri, and penis for the genus Bryozobia.

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Affiliation: Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei 11529, Taiwan; Doctoral Degree Program in Marine Biotechnology, National Sun Yat-sen University and Academia Sinica, Kaohsiung 80424, Taiwan.

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a new species, Bryozobia rossi sp. n., collected by scuba diving in both Taiwan and Japan. Bryozobia rossi sp. n., a member of the subfamily Bryozobiinae (Ross and Newman 1996), has atria and open end portals and a single irregular basal whorl of portals at the same level as basal hemiportals; this morphology varies from all previously described bryozobiines. According to our review of relevant literature, this is the first reported Bryozobia in the Pacific, and this study is the first to describe the morphology of oral cone, cirri, and penis for the genus Bryozobia.

No MeSH data available.


Bryozobiarossi sp. n. ASIZCR-000338. Cirri I (left, view from the posterior side) (A–D), II (left, view from the anterior side) (E–H). A cirrus I B tuft of setae on at base of protopod C, D distal segments of posterior and anterior rami E cirrus II F setae on posterior margin of protopod G, H distal segments of anterior and posterior rami. Scale bars in μm.
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Figure 10: Bryozobiarossi sp. n. ASIZCR-000338. Cirri I (left, view from the posterior side) (A–D), II (left, view from the anterior side) (E–H). A cirrus I B tuft of setae on at base of protopod C, D distal segments of posterior and anterior rami E cirrus II F setae on posterior margin of protopod G, H distal segments of anterior and posterior rami. Scale bars in μm.

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A new species of sponge inhabiting barnacle Bryozobia (Archaeobalanidae, Bryozobiinae) in the West Pacific.

Yu MC, Kolbasov GA, Chan BK - Zookeys (2016)

Bryozobiarossi sp. n. ASIZCR-000338. Cirri I (left, view from the posterior side) (A–D), II (left, view from the anterior side) (E–H). A cirrus I B tuft of setae on at base of protopod C, D distal segments of posterior and anterior rami E cirrus II F setae on posterior margin of protopod G, H distal segments of anterior and posterior rami. Scale bars in μm.
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Figure 10: Bryozobiarossi sp. n. ASIZCR-000338. Cirri I (left, view from the posterior side) (A–D), II (left, view from the anterior side) (E–H). A cirrus I B tuft of setae on at base of protopod C, D distal segments of posterior and anterior rami E cirrus II F setae on posterior margin of protopod G, H distal segments of anterior and posterior rami. Scale bars in μm.
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Bottom Line: This paper describes a new species, Bryozobia rossi sp. n., collected by scuba diving in both Taiwan and Japan.Bryozobia rossi sp. n., a member of the subfamily Bryozobiinae (Ross and Newman 1996), has atria and open end portals and a single irregular basal whorl of portals at the same level as basal hemiportals; this morphology varies from all previously described bryozobiines.According to our review of relevant literature, this is the first reported Bryozobia in the Pacific, and this study is the first to describe the morphology of oral cone, cirri, and penis for the genus Bryozobia.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taipei 11529, Taiwan; Doctoral Degree Program in Marine Biotechnology, National Sun Yat-sen University and Academia Sinica, Kaohsiung 80424, Taiwan.

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a new species, Bryozobia rossi sp. n., collected by scuba diving in both Taiwan and Japan. Bryozobia rossi sp. n., a member of the subfamily Bryozobiinae (Ross and Newman 1996), has atria and open end portals and a single irregular basal whorl of portals at the same level as basal hemiportals; this morphology varies from all previously described bryozobiines. According to our review of relevant literature, this is the first reported Bryozobia in the Pacific, and this study is the first to describe the morphology of oral cone, cirri, and penis for the genus Bryozobia.

No MeSH data available.