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Cirrifera sopottehlersae, a new species of Coelogynoporidae (Plathelminthes, Proseriata) from marine sediments of the Belgian and German North Sea coast
Noldt, U.; Jouk, P.E.H. (1988). Cirrifera sopottehlersae, a new species of Coelogynoporidae (Plathelminthes, Proseriata) from marine sediments of the Belgian and German North Sea coast. Stygologia 4(3): 242-248
In: Stygologia. E.J. Brill: Leiden. ISSN 0169-3662, more

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  • Noldt, U.; Jouk, P.E.H. (1989). Cirrifera sopottehlersae, a new species of Coelogynoporidae (Plathelminthes, Proseriata) from marine sediments of the Belgian and German North Sea coast, in: IZWO Coll. Rep. 19(1989). IZWO Collected Reprints, 19: pp. chapter 7, more

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Keywords
    New species; Cirrifera sopottehlersae Noldt & Jouk, 1988 [WoRMS]; Coelogynoporidae Karling, 1966 [WoRMS]; ANE, Belgium, Belgian Coast [Marine Regions]; ANE, Germany, German Coast; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Noldt, U.
  • Jouk, P.E.H., more

Abstract
    Cirrifera sopottehlersae sp. n. (Proseriata, Lithophora, Coelogynoporidae) is described from marine sediments of the Belgian and German North Sea coast. The species is characterized by a cirrus which in addition to short, bent spines is armed with 4 or 6 large ax-shaped spines.

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