> The 'Hyalinoecia bilineata' that Salva enquired about is not one of the
> quillworms, the 'real' Hyalinoecias. It is superficially similar and was
> included in that genus until Kucheruk erected the genus Aponuphis in 1978.
> Aponuphis belongs to the Onuphinae, while Hyalinoecia is a Hyalinoeciinae
:-) Armed with that enlightenment I returned to the recent paper below and
found Aponuphis bilineata reported as a member of an upper slope cluster
of the Toulon Canyon area - if that's any help. Sediment data is given.
Stora, G., M. Bourcier, A. Arnoux, M. Gerino, J. Le Campion, F. Gilbert, &
J. P. Durbec. 1999. The deep-sea macrobenthos on the continental slope
of the northwestern Mediterranean Sea: a quantitative approach. Deep-
Sea Research I, 46:1339-1368.
Geoff Read <g.read at niwa.cri.nz>
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