Amphicorina schlenzae, a small sabellid (Polychaeta, Sabellidae) associated with a stony coral on the coast of São Paulo State, Brazil
Authors: de M. Nogueira, J.M.; Amaral, A.C.Z.
Source: Bulletin of Marine Science, Volume 67, Number 1, July 2000 , pp. 617-623(7)
Abstract:Colonies of the stony coral Mussismilia hispida were collected from islands off shore of São Paulo State, de-calcified, and the polychaetes sorted and identified. Spionids, syllids, and sabellids were the most common families, and among the sabellids, a new species of Amphicorina was found. Amphicorina schlenzae is described and comparisons with the closest species are given.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2000-07-01
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