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Ikosipodoides seychellensis, a new genus and species of interstitial polychaetes (Dorvilleidae) from the island of Mahe, Indian Ocean
Westheide, W. (2000). Ikosipodoides seychellensis, a new genus and species of interstitial polychaetes (Dorvilleidae) from the island of Mahe, Indian Ocean. Cah. Biol. Mar. 41(1): 19-223
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Westheide, W.

Abstract
    The dorvilleid Ikosipodoides seychellensis gen. et sp. nov. from shallow sands on a reef flat of the island of Mahe is described. The new species is in general very similar to the taxon Ikosipodus Westheide, 1982 but lacks a jaw apparatus and has 7 instead of 10 chaetigerous segments. Its evolutionary origin is discussed.

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