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Alive specimen

Alive specimen
Description: Prostomial region. The cone-shaped tooth and the 8-shaped reddish marks on the dorsum are clearly visible. Collected in Santa Caterina (Salento peninsula, Italy) Northern Jonian sea, hard bottom, 1.5 m depth, photophilic algae.
Author: Musco, Luigi
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added on 2007-11-09 - 1082 views
WoRMS taxa
Syllis ferrani Alós & San Martín, 1987Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Musco, Luigi 2007-11-09

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