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Sepiola tridens spec. nov., an overlooked species (Cephalopoda, Sepiolidae) living in the North Sea and north-eastern Atlantic Ocean
De Heij, A.; Goud, J. (2010). Sepiola tridens spec. nov., an overlooked species (Cephalopoda, Sepiolidae) living in the North Sea and north-eastern Atlantic Ocean. Basteria 74(1-3): 51-62
In: Basteria: Tijdschrift van de Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging. Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging: Leiden. ISSN 0005-6219, more
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Keywords
    Taxonomy; Cephalopoda [WoRMS]; Sepietta neglecta Naef, 1916 [WoRMS]; Sepietta oweniana (d'Orbigny, 1841) [WoRMS]; Sepiola atlantica d'Orbigny, 1842 [WoRMS]; Sepiola pfefferi Grimpe, 1921 [WoRMS]; Sepiola tridens de Heij & Goud, 2010 [WoRMS]; Sepiolidae Leach, 1817 [WoRMS]; ANE, Atlantic [gazetteer]; ANE, North Sea [gazetteer]; Marine

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  • De Heij, A.
  • Goud, J.

Abstract
    A recent study of the molecular phylogeny of in the North Sea living Sepiolinae confirmed the occurrence of Sepietta oweniana, Sepietta neglecta, Sepiola pfefferi and Sepiola atlantica. Among the Sepiola atlantica samples a third Sepiola species was recognized for the first time. This undescribed species is genetically closely related to S. atlantica. Morphological studies have shown consistent differences in the length of the tentacular clubs, in the hectocotylus and in skin patterns. Ecological differences are mainly found in water depth. The newly recognized species is described here as Sepiola tridens sp. nov.

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