[Annelida] SV: Night syllid for id
(by Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz)
Wed Nov 14 18:01:30 EST 2012
There were also two off-list votes for Amblyosyllis. It's unanimous and thank you.
I wasn't sure, but I'm told the worm was swimming at the time. One wonders how laboriously.
Nice Amblyosyllis photos were sent to me, and here's one below. A rather slimmer Amblyosyllis also features on the WpolyDb banner at WoRMS (photo taken by me!).
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> From: annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu [mailto:annelida-
> bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of maite.aguado from uam.es
> Sent: Wednesday, 14 November 2012 10:30 p.m.
> To: annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu
> Subject: Re: [Annelida] SV: Night syllid for id
> I agree with Arne. It looks like an epigamic Amblyosyllis.
> Arne Nygren <arne.nygren from bioenv.gu.se> escribió:
> > Hi
> > It looks like an Amblyosyllis to me
> > /arne
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> > [annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] för Geoff Read
> > [Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz]
> > Skickat: den 14 november 2012 01:31
> > Till: annelida from net.bio.net
> > Ämne: [Annelida] Night syllid for id
> > Hi all,
> > Can anyone help with this syllid? It looks like it might be a
> > stolon. Photo taken at night by a diver in RikoRiko Cave, Poor
> > Knights Islands, NZ. Not important to id, but I don't recall seeing
> > a morph like this, and I've seen a lot of NZ syllid stolons.
> > Thanks,
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