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Valdés A. (2019). Northeast Pacific benthic shelled sea slugs. Zoosymposia. 13: 242-304.
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Valdés A.
2019
Northeast Pacific benthic shelled sea slugs
Zoosymposia
13: 242-304
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Published 28 February 2019
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Actaeon (Microglyphis) estuarinus Dall, 1908 accepted as Microglyphis brevicula (Dall, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Actaeon (Microglyphis) schencki Berry, 1941 † accepted as Microglyphis brevicula (Dall, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina angustior F. Baker & Hanna, 1927 accepted as Acteocina infrequens (C. B. Adams, 1852) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina anomala Willett, 1945 † accepted as Acteocina infrequens (C. B. Adams, 1852) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina cerealis (Gould, 1853) (basis of record)
Acteocina culcitella (Gould, 1853) (basis of record)
Acteocina culcitella intermedia Willett, 1928 accepted as Acteocina cerealis (Gould, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina harpa (Dall, 1871) (basis of record)
Acteocina inculta (Gould, 1855) (basis of record)
Acteocina infrequens (C. B. Adams, 1852) (basis of record)
Acteocina magdalenensis Dall, 1919 accepted as Acteocina infrequens (C. B. Adams, 1852) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina oldroydi Dall, 1925 (basis of record)
Acteocina pedroensis Oldroyd, 1925 † accepted as Acteocina culcitella (Gould, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Acteocina smirna Dall, 1919 accepted as Acteocina inculta (Gould, 1855) (source of synonymy)
Acteon (Rictaxis) painei var. grandior Grant & Gale, 1931 † accepted as Rictaxis painei (Dall, 1903) (source of synonymy)
Acteon punctocaelatus vancouverensis I. S. Oldroyd, 1927 accepted as Rictaxis punctocaelatus (Carpenter, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Acteon traskii Stearns, 1897 (basis of record)
Aglaja ocelligera (Bergh, 1894) (basis of record)
Akera julieae Valdés & Barwick, 2005 (additional source)
Aliculastrum exaratum (Carpenter, 1857) (basis of record)
Anidolyta spongotheras (Bertsch, 1980) (basis of record)
Aplysia (Neaplysia) nettiae Winkler, 1959 accepted as Aplysia californica J. G. Cooper, 1863 (source of synonymy)
Aplysia californica J. G. Cooper, 1863 (basis of record)
Aplysia parvula Mörch, 1863 (additional source)
Aplysia vaccaria Winkler, 1955 (additional source)
Atys casta Carpenter, 1864 accepted as Aliculastrum exaratum (Carpenter, 1857) (source of synonymy)
Atys chimera F. Baker & Hanna, 1927 accepted as Aliculastrum exaratum (Carpenter, 1857) (source of synonymy)
Atys liriope Hertlein & A. M. Strong, 1951 (source of synonymy)
Berthella californica (Dall, 1900) (basis of record)
Berthella strongi (MacFarland, 1966) (basis of record)
Berthellina ilisima Ev. Marcus & Er. Marcus, 1967 (basis of record)
Bogasonia jennyae Valdés, 2019 (original description)
Bulla esteroensis J. Q. Burch, 1945 accepted as Bulla gouldiana Pilsbry, 1895 (source of synonymy)
Bulla gouldiana Pilsbry, 1895 (basis of record)
Bulla nucleola Reeve, 1855 accepted as Cylichna corticata (Møller, 1842) (source of synonymy)
Cylichna alba (T. Brown, 1827) (additional source)
Cylichna attonsa Carpenter, 1865 (basis of record)
Cylichna corticata (Møller, 1842) (basis of record)
Cylichna diegensis (Dall, 1919) (basis of record)
Cylichna stephensae A. M. Strong & Hertlein, 1939 accepted as Aliculastrum exaratum (Carpenter, 1857) (source of synonymy)
Cylichna veleronis A. M. Strong & Hertlein, 1939 accepted as Aliculastrum exaratum (Carpenter, 1857) (source of synonymy)
Cylichnium cylindrellum (Dall, 1908) (basis of record)
Diaphana californica Dall, 1919 (additional source)
Diaphana minuta T. Brown, 1827 (additional source)
Diaphana pacifica Schiøtte, 1998 (additional source)
Doridium purpureum Bergh, 1894 accepted as Navanax inermis (J. G. Cooper, 1862) (source of synonymy)
Haminea cymbiformis Carpenter, 1857 accepted as Haminoea virescens (G. B. Sowerby II, 1833) (source of synonymy)
Haminoea angelensis F. Baker & Hanna, 1927 accepted as Haminoea vesicula (Gould, 1855) (source of synonymy)
Haminoea japonica Pilsbry, 1895 (additional source)
Haminoea olgae Dall, 1919 accepted as Haminoea vesicula (Gould, 1855) (source of synonymy)
Haminoea strongi F. Baker & Hanna, 1927 accepted as Haminoea virescens (G. B. Sowerby II, 1833) (source of synonymy)
Haminoea vesicula (Gould, 1855) (basis of record)
Haminoea virescens (G. B. Sowerby II, 1833) (basis of record)
Haminoea virescens var. rosacea Spicer, 1933 accepted as Haminoea virescens (G. B. Sowerby II, 1833) (source of synonymy)
Laona californica (Willett, 1944) (basis of record)
Melanochlamys diomedea (Bergh, 1894) (basis of record)
Melanochlamys ezoensis (Baba, 1957) (additional source)
Microglyphis brevicula (Dall, 1902) (basis of record)
Microglyphis michelleae Valdés, 2019 (original description)
Microglyphis sabrinae Valdés, 2019 (original description)
Navanax inermis (J. G. Cooper, 1862) (basis of record)
Navanax polyalphos (Gosliner & G. C. Williams, 1972) (status source)
Parvaplustrum cadieni Valdés, Gosliner & Warén, 2017 (additional source)
Philine auriformis Suter, 1909 (additional source)
Philine bakeri Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Philine baxteri Valdés, Cadien & Gosliner, 2016 (additional source)
Philine hemphilli Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Philine orientalis A. Adams, 1855 (additional source)
Philine ornatissima Yokoyama, 1927 accepted as Yokoyamaia ornatissima (Yokoyama, 1927) (basis of record)
Philine polystrigma (Dall, 1908) (basis of record)
Philinorbis albus (Mattox, 1958) (basis of record)
Phyllaplysia taylori Dall, 1900 (basis of record)
Phyllaplysia zostericola McCauley, 1960 accepted as Phyllaplysia taylori Dall, 1900 (source of synonymy)
Pleurobranchus digueti Rochebrune, 1895 (basis of record)
Retusa montereyensis A. G. Smith & Gordon, 1948 (basis of record)
Retusa obtusa (Montagu, 1803) (basis of record)
Retusa umbilicata (Montagu, 1803) (additional source)
Retusa xystrum Dall, 1919 (additional source)
Rictaxis painei (Dall, 1903) (basis of record)
Rictaxis punctocaelatus (Carpenter, 1864) (basis of record)
Scaphander interruptus Dall, 1889 (additional source)
Scaphander willetti Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Speo Risso, 1826 accepted as Acteon Montfort, 1810 (source of synonymy)
Sulcoretusa J. Q. Burch, 1945 accepted as Retusa T. Brown, 1827 (source of synonymy)
Tornatina carinata Carpenter, 1857 accepted as Acteocina inculta (Gould, 1855) (source of synonymy)
Tornatina eximia (Baird, 1863) accepted as Acteocina cerealis (Gould, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Tornatina tumida Oldroyd, 1921 † accepted as Acteocina culcitella (Gould, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Tylodina fungina Gabb, 1865 (basis of record)
Utriculastra (Tornastra) rolleri Ev. Marcus, 1977 accepted as Acteocina culcitella (Gould, 1853) (source of synonymy)
Volvulella californica Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Volvulella callicera Dall, 1919 accepted as Volvulella cylindrica (Carpenter, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Volvulella catharia Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Volvulella cooperi Dall, 1919 accepted as Volvulella cylindrica (Carpenter, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Volvulella cylindrica (Carpenter, 1864) (basis of record)
Volvulella lowei A. M. Strong & Hertlein, 1937 accepted as Volvulella cylindrica (Carpenter, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Volvulella panamica Dall, 1919 (basis of record)
Volvulella tenuissima Willett, 1944 accepted as Volvulella panamica Dall, 1919 (source of synonymy)
Alaska for Bogasonia jennyae Valdés, 2019 
Alaska for Doridium diomedeum Bergh, 1894 
Aleutian Trench for Microglyphis sabrinae Valdés, 2019 
California for Akera julieae Valdés & Barwick, 2005 
California for Microglyphis michelleae Valdés, 2019 
Los Angeles County for Berthella strongi (MacFarland, 1966) 
Los Angeles County for Diaphana californica Dall, 1919 
Panama Bay for Volvulella catharia Dall, 1919 
Panama Bay for Volvulella panamica Dall, 1919 
San Diego for Acteocina smirna Dall, 1919 
San Francisco Bay for Aglaja nana Steinberg & Jones, 1960 
Washington (State) for Doridium diomedeum Bergh, 1894 
 Distribution

Gulf of Alaska to central Baja California, Mexico; 20–250 m. [details]

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Kodiak Island, Alaska to San Ignacio Lagoon, Baja California Sur, Mexico; 0–70 m. Sporadically common in bays and ... [details]

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Kenai, Alaska to Rocas Alijos, Mexico; 0–230 m. [details]

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Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, California to northern Peru; 0–30 m. [details]

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Southern California to Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos Islands. [details]

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Santa Barbara, California to Colombia; 3–100 m, rarely to 305 m. [details]

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Sitka, Alaska to San Diego Bay, California; 0–218 m. [details]

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Santa Catalina Island, California, possibly to Costa Rica; 40 m. [details]

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Queen Charlotte Islands to Jervis Inlet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia; 25–350 m. [details]

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Yaquina Bay, Lincoln County, Oregon to Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico; records from Central America and Japan need ... [details]

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Monterey Bay to the Gulf of California; typically subtidal. [details]

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Point Craven, Alaska to the Galapagos Islands; also reported from Russia and Japan; intertidal and subtidal. [details]

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Moss Beach, San Mateo County, California to Rosarito Point, Baja California, Mexico; a record from Nanaimo, ... [details]

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Santa Barbara, California to the Galapagos Islands; reports from California occur during El Niño events; ... [details]

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Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, California, to Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico; 0–10 m. [details]

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Kodiak Island, Alaska to the San Benito Islands, Baja California, Mexico; 20–150 m. [details]

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North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean; North Pacific from the Bearing Sea to the Gulf of Alaska; intertidal to 455 m. [details]

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Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia to Todos los Santos Bay, Baja California, Mexico; 37–353 m. [details]

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Santa Barbara County, California to Peru; 3,600-5,200 m. [details]

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Kayostla Beach, Jefferson County, Washington, to the Coronados Islands, Baja California, Mexico; 0–353 m. [details]

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Native to Japan and Korea, broadly established in Europe and the Pacific coast of North America from British ... [details]

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Ketchikan, Alaska to Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico; 0–10 m. [details]

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Prince William Sound, Alaska to Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico. Intertidal In rocky areas at low tide on the open ... [details]

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Southern California; 48–208 m. [details]

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Fairmount Island, Alaska, to Newport Bay, Orange County, California; 0–100 m. [details]

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Native range from Lake Onneto, Hokkaido, Japan, and Peter the Great Bay, Russia, to Katsuura, Chiba Prefecture, ... [details]

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Gulf of Alaska to San Diego, California. 44–2432 m. [details]

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Bolinas Lagoon, Marin County, California to Nayarit, Mexico; 0–30 m. [details]

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Oregon, possibly from Puget Sound, Washington to Todos los Santos Bay, Baja California, Mexico; 3–809 m. [details]

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Native to New Zealand introduced to the northeast Pacific from Coos Bay, Coos County, Oregon to San Diego, ... [details]

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Pacific Grove, Monterey County, California to San Juanico Bay, Baja California, Mexico; 3–76 m. [details]

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Aleutian Islands, Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska, 0–148 m. [details]

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Hawkins Island, Alaska, to Cedros Island, Baja California, Mexico; 9–975 m. [details]

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Native to southeast Asia (cited from Japan, Taiwan and Malaysia), introduced to the San Francisco Bay Area, from ... [details]

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Japan, Russia and California, from Oceano, San Luis Obispo County to Point Loma, San Diego County; 8–222 m. [details]

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Point Chehalis, Grays Harbor County, Washington to San Diego, California; 128–4,100 m. [details]

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Monterey Bay, California to central Baja California, Mexico and Galapagos Islands; 36–274 m. [details]

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Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to San Diego, California; 0–5 m. [details]

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Santa Barbara, California to Ecuador; intertidal and subtidal. [details]

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Monterey Bay, California; 15–46 m. [details]

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Redondo Beach, Los Angeles County to San Diego, California; 1–90 m. [details]

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Prince of Wales Island, Alaska to Magdalena Bay, Baja California, Mexico; 0–230 m, rarely to 305 m. [details]

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Point Arguello, Santa Barbara County, California, to Chile; 1,025-4,100 m. [details]

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Forrester Island, Alaska; depth not specified. Known only from the holotype. [details]

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Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County, California to Banderas Bay, Jalisco, Mexico; low intertidal and subtidal. [details]

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Santa Cruz, California to Todos los Santos Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico; 27–553 m. [details]

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Southern California to Panama; 37–457 m. [details]

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Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to Panama and the Galapagos Islands; 0–55 m, rarely to 230 m [details]

 Distribution

Redondo Beach, Los Angeles County, California to Panama; 37–137 m, rarely to 305 m. [details]

 Ecology

Found in chemosynthetic deep-water environments including whale falls and cold seeps as well as organic-rich shelf ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Could be a color variant of Navanax inermis[details]