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Kirkegaard, J. B. (1995). Bathyal and abyssal polychaetes (errant species). Galathea Report. 17: 7-56.
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Kirkegaard, J. B.
1995
Bathyal and abyssal polychaetes (errant species)
Galathea Report
17: 7-56
Publication
Publication date: 24 March 1995 (fide Galathea Report web page http://www.zmuc.dk/inverweb/galathea/Galathea_p5.html )
A total of 105 species representing 17 families of errant polychaetes were obtained from 40 bathyal and 43 abyssal stations by the Galathea Expedition 1950-52. Sixteen species were found only in the abyssal zone, 54 only in the bathyal zone, and 35 in both. Two species are pelagic. One genus (Telodrieschia) and nineteen species (Aphrodita abyssalis, Eunoe kermadeca, Harmothoe australis, H. panamensis, Lagisca longipalpa, L. torbeni, Telodrieschia galatheae, Bathyvitiazia pettibonae, Glycera knoxi, Glycinde hanseni, Goniada beiraensis, G. clavata, Typosyllis bathyalis, Hediste kermadeca, Neanthes suluensis, Rullierinereis abyssalis, Nephtys bruuni, Kinbergonuphis bathyalis, Ninoe ninetta) are new to science. The known distribution of many deep-water species is extended. Aglaophamus elamellata Eliason was previously known only from the Central Atlantic and the Kermadec Trench and has now been recorded from several intervening localities.
Abyssal, Deep-Sea
Bathyal, Continental slope
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Aphrodita abyssalis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Bathyvitiazia pettibonae Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Drilonereis logani Crossland, 1924 (additional source)
Eunoe kermadeca Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Glycera knoxi Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Glycinde hanseni Kirkegaard, 1995 accepted as Bathyglycinde stepaniantsae (Averincev, 1972) (original description)
Goniada beiraensis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Goniada clavata Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Harmothoe australis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Harmothoe panamensis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Hediste kermadeca Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Kinbergonuphis bathyalis Kirkegaard, 1995 accepted as Kinbergonuphis bathyalis Kirkegaard, 1996 (original description)
Kinbergonuphis bathyalis Kirkegaard, 1996 (original description)
Lagisca longipalpa Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Lagisca torbeni Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Neanthes suluensis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Nephtys bruuni Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Ninoe ninetta Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Polychaeta (identification resource)
Rullierinereis abyssalis Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Telodrieschia Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Telodrieschia galatheae Kirkegaard, 1995 (original description)
Typosyllis bathyalis Kirkegaard, 1995 accepted as Branchiosyllis bathyalis (Kirkegaard, 1995) (original description)
Holotype ZMUC POL 21, locality Kermadec Trench, identified as Aphrodita abyssalis Kirkegaard, 1995
Holotype ZMUC POL-00038, locality Mindanao Sea, identified as Typosyllis bathyalis Kirkegaard, 1995
 Distribution

Philippine Islands, Mindanao Sea, deep sea.  [details]

 Distribution

Philippine Islands, Mindanao Sea, deep sea.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet bathyalis refers to the bathymetric distribution of the species, which occurs in the bathyal zone.  [details]

 Habitat

Mud with many fragments of plants, at deep water. [details]

 Habitat

Mud with many fragments of plants, at deep water.  [details]

 Type locality

East of New Zealand, E of Kermadec Trench, W Pacific Ocean 36 31' S, 178 38' W (-36.5167, -178.6333), 4410 m [details]

 Type locality

Kermadec Trench, north of New Zealand, South Pacific Ocean, 36° 23'S 177° 41'E, 2640 m [details]

 Type locality

Philippine Islands, Mindanao Sea (08º48'N, 124º09'E), deep water.  [details]