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Kudenov, Jerry, D. (1985). Four New Species of Scalibregmatidae (Polychaeta) from the Gulf of Mexico, with Comments on the Familial Placement of Mucibregma Fauchald and Hancock. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 98(2): 332-340.
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Kudenov, Jerry, D.
1985
Four New Species of Scalibregmatidae (Polychaeta) from the Gulf of Mexico, with Comments on the Familial Placement of Mucibregma Fauchald and Hancock
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
98(2): 332-340
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
Four new species of Scalibregmatidae (Polychaeta) are described from the Gulf of Mexico: Asclerocheilus mexicanus, Hyboscolex quadricincta, Neolipobranchius blakei, and Sclerocheilus unoculus. Mucibregma Fauchald and Hancock, 1981, is probably referable to the Fauveliopsidae.
Gulf of Mexico
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Paratype FSBC I 31310, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype FSBC I 31388, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Holotype USNM USNM 97264, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97265, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97266, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97267, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97268, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Nontype USNM USNM 97269, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Asclerocheilus mexicanus Kudenov, 1985
Holotype USNM USNM 97270, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97271, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97272, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97273, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97274, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97275, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97276, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97277, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Nontype USNM USNM 97278, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Nontype USNM USNM 97279, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Nontype USNM USNM 97280, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Nontype USNM USNM 97281, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Holotype USNM USNM 97283, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Neolipobranchius blakei Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97284, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Sclerocheilus unoculus Kudenov, 1985
Holotype USNM USNM 97285, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Sclerocheilus unoculus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97286, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Sclerocheilus unoculus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97287, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Sclerocheilus unoculus Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97425, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Paratype USNM USNM 97425, locality Gulf of Mexico, identified as Hyboscolex quadricincta Kudenov, 1985
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Depth range

18-38 m [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Distribution

Gulf of Mexico. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Ecology

Medium sand, and bottoms of coral, shells, sponge and algae.  [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Editor's comment

Although the figure of Neolipobranchius glabrus looks like an anterior fragment of a longer individual without a ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Etymology

Species' epithet derives from the presence of four transverse annuli on most body segments. [details]

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Species named after James A. Blake, author's teacher, friend, and fellow polychaetologist. The epithet is a noun in ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Etymology

The epithet unoculus derives from Latin terms unus meaning one, and oculus meaning eye. It is a noun in apposition.  [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Etymology

The species' epithet derives from the Gulf of Mexico, and is an adjective formed from the noun Mexico. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Habitat

Mixed algae primarily Caulerpa species, exposed limestone overlain by muddy sand and oyster shells. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Spelling

Kudenov (1985:335) alters the spelling to 'glaber' which is the correct latinization assuming the genus is ... [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Taxonomy

Genus emended by Kudenov (1985). [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Taxonomy

Kudenov (1985:339), examined the only specimen and suggested Mucibregma might be a member of Fauveliopsidae. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Taxonomy

Kudenov (1985:339), examined the only specimen and suggested Mucibregma spinosa might be a member of Fauveliopsidae. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Type locality

Gulf of Mexico, Florida, Citrus County, Crystal River, approximately 18 km at 214 from mainland, 0.6 m, mouth of ... [details]