|Three new Duplominona species (Turbellaria, Monocelididae, Minoninae) from the Mediterranean|
|Martens, P.M. (1985). Three new Duplominona species (Turbellaria, Monocelididae, Minoninae) from the Mediterranean, in: (1985). IZWO Coll. Rep. 15(1985). IZWO Collected Reprints, 15: pp. chapter 10 [Subsequent publication]|
|In: (1985). IZWO Coll. Rep. 15(1985). IZWO Collected Reprints, 15[s.n.][s.l.], more|
|In: IZWO Collected Reprints. Instituut voor Zeewetenschappelijk Onderzoek: Bredene & Oostende. ISSN 0772-1250, more|
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- Martens, P.M. (1984). Three new Duplominona species (Turbellaria, Monocelididae, Minoninae) from the Mediterranean. Cah. Biol. Mar. 25(3): 319-331, more
- Martens, P.M. (1983). Three new Duplominona species (Turbellaria, Monocelididae, Minoninae) from the Mediterranean, in: (1983). FKFO Project 2.9007.82. Systematiek en ecologie van mariene organismen: verslag over het tweede werkingsjaar 1983. pp. 121-138, more
New species; Duplominona Karling, 1966 [WoRMS]; MED, France, Corsica [gazetteer]; Marine
During several intensive collecting campaigns in 1982, 1983 and 1984 at the "Station de Recherches Sous-Marines et Océanographiques" (STARESO) at Calvi (Corsica) about 200 species of marine micro-Turbellaria have been observed. Most of the collecting sites are infralittoral, down to 40 m depth and more, the majority of them with sandy bottoms and some with algae. In general species diversity was high but population densities were low, only a few individuals of each species having been found.
In the present paper, three new species of the genus Duplominona (Monocelididae, Minoninae) from infralittoral habitats are described:
D. paucispina sp. n., D. corsicana sp. n. and D. longicirrus sp. n. From the Mediterranean and its adjacent seas, only two Minoninae are known: Duplominona istanbulensis (Ax, 1959) from the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea (Ax, 1959) and Minona trigonopora Ax, 1956 from the French Mediterranean salt marches at Canet ( Ax, 1956).
The caryology of Duplominona paucispina sp. n. and Duplominona corsicana sp. n. has been studied and the results of these studies will be published elsewhere.