[Annelida] "freshwater" serpulids

Sergio Salazar savs551216 at hotmail.com
Sat Nov 19 00:20:46 EST 2005

Dear Harry and colleagues,

A few lines to say Hi, and to improve the coding for some last names. Maria 
del Pilar is an old Spanish name that used to be popular in Mexico, even 
Pilar was used for males´ first names. There are other formerly popular 
combinations like Maria de Jesus, Maria de la Paz, or even Maria de los 
Angeles. Thus, non Spanish speakers should be aware of this weird "de-" 
combinations. Then, the combined last name for this lady should be 

Nice to hear our old paper is of any use! Best wishes,


>From: "Harry A. ten Hove" <hove at science.uva.nl>
>To: annelida at magpie.bio.indiana.edu
>Subject: [Annelida] "freshwater" serpulids
>Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 16:27:04 +0100
>Dear all, especially Chris,
>I have searched my files again for salinities in which Ficopomatus
>miamiensis is found. The lowest is in Heard 1979 (2-25 per mille) and Del
>Pilar Reyes etc (2-32 per mille); the highest in Salgado-Barragan et al
>(27-43 per mille). So I am fairly confident that this too can be counted
>out as a freshwater species.
>Heard, R.W., 1979.- Guide to common tidal marsh invertebrates of the
>northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Mississippi Alabama Sea Grant Program 79-004,
>iii + 82 pp., 73 figs.
>del Pilar Reyes-Barragán, M. , & S.I. Salazar-Vallejo, 1990.- Bentos
>asociado al pastizal de Halodule (Potamogetonaceae) en Laguna de La Mancha,
>Veracruz, México. Rev. Biol. Trop. 28 (2A): 167-173, 2 figs, 1 tab.
>Salgado-Barragán, J., & N. Mendez & A. Toledano-Granados, 2004.-
>Ficopomatus miamiensis (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) and Styela canopus
>(Ascidiacea: Styelidae), non-native species in Urías estuary, SE Gulf of
>California, Mexico. Cah. Biol. Mar. 45 : 167-173, 1 fig., 1 tab.
>dr. Harry A. ten Hove
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