polychaeta from spongia

Daniel Martin dani at ceab.es
Tue Jul 30 15:04:33 EST 1996


Vadim M. Khaitov wrotte:

>Dear Colleagues!
>
>I found in the white sea sponges a lot of various polychaetes.
>Does anybody know anything about polychaetes from
>sponges (literature, specialists, own observations)?
>
>Sincerely yours Vadim.
>

Concerning this request, I have had the oportunity of work with two new
polychaete species which life habits are more or less closely related with
sponges:

MARTIN, D., ROSELL, D. & URIZ, M.J., 1992.- Harmothoe hyalonemae sp. nov.
(Polychaeta : Polynoidae), an exclusive inhabitant of different
atlanto-mediterranean species of Hyalonema (Porifera : Hexactinellida).
Ophelia, 35(3) : 169-185.

MARTIN, D. (1996).- A new species of Polydora (Polychaeta, Spionidae)
associated with the excavating sponge Cliona viridis (Porifera,
Hadromerida) in the North Western Mediterranean sea. Ophelia.

Offprints are (or soon will be!) available upon request.


Daniel.



Dr. Daniel Martin
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