Dorvilleidae

Rafael Sarda sarda at ceab.csic.es
Mon Feb 12 15:39:35 EST 2001


Dear Adam:

The presence of Ophryotrocha labronica in organic enriched sediments 
inside harbours have been documented in the Catalan Western 
Mediterranean area (up to 6000 ind m-2; 0.195 g m-2).  The worm is 
normally found together with Capitella capitata Type ... and Mediomastus 
fragilis. Data is not published and the best reference should be:  

PINEDO, S. (1998) Structure and dynamics of Western Mediterranean
soft-bottom communities along a disturbance gradient. Natural and
man-induced variability in the Bay of Blanes. Doctoral Thesis of the
University of Barcelona, 177 pages and annex.

My best wishes from Blanes.

Rafael Sardá
<sarda at ceab.csic.es>

----- Mensaje original -----
De: Adam Davey <adamd at tassie.net.au>
Para: <annelida at net.bio.net>
Enviado: miércoles, 07 de febrero de 2001 1:46
Asunto: Dorvilleidae


> I've recently encountered a 'Capitella' like aggregation of Dorvilleids,
> possibly in response to organic enrichment.  


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