Thouarella (Epithouarella) viridis

Zapata-Guardiola, R. & López-González, P., 2010. Two new species of Antarctic gorgonians (Octocorallia: Primnoidae) with a redescription of Thouarella laxa Versluys, 1906. Helgoland Marine Research, 64(3): 169-180. [p. 174-177; figs. 7-10].

Type locality

“[...] stn PS61/164-01, 53º23.80’S, 42º42.03’W, west of South Georgia, Antarctica, 312.5-321.6 m depth [...]”.

Toponymic note and update

stn (=station) PS61/164-01, at west South Georgia (largest island of the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, at the southern Atlantic Ocean).

Types

Paratypes: Museu de Ciències Naturals (Zoologia) de Barcelona, MZB 2013-4033 (“stn. PS61/174-01, 54º24.47’S, 35º36.81’W, north east of South Georgia, 278.3-279.8 m depth”; 4 fragments, ex CRO-0040), MZB 2013-3951 (“stn PS61/182-01, 54º27.63’S, 35º41.33’W, north east of South Georgia, 249.3-256.0 m depth”; 2 fragments, ex CRO-0041), MZB 2013-3978 (“stn PS61/150-01, 54º30.22’S 56º08.20’W, south east of Falkland Islands, 286.3-291.6 m depth”; 1 fragmented colony, ex CRO-0038). CRO: octocoral reference collection of the research group “Biodiversidad y Ecología de Invertebrados Marinos”, Universidad de Sevilla.

Types in other museums

Holotype: Zoologisches Institut und Zoologisches Museum, Hamburg (fragment of a larger colony, C11744).

Paratypes: Zoologisches Institut und Zoologisches Museum, Hamburg (4 fragments, C11745) + National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (2 fragments, 1128949) + octocoral reference collection of the research group “Biodiversidad y Ecología de Invertebrados Marinos”, Universidad de Sevilla (1 colony and various fragments, CRO-0039).

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    Machado, 1988. Two new cavernicolous species of the genus Trechus Clairv. from the Azores (Coleoptera, Carabidae). Bocagiana, 119: 1-8.

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    Jeanne, 1970. Carabiques nouveaux (1er note) [Col. Caraboidea]. Bulletin de la Société entomologique de France, 75: 84-90.

  • Mirosternomorphus crowsoni

     

    Español, 1969. Notas sobre Anóbidos. 42: El género Masatierrum Pic y su curiosa distribución geográfica. EOS, 45(1-4): 139-145.

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    Bofill, A., 1886. Contributions a la faune malacologique de la Catalogne. I. Bulletin de la Société Malacologique de France, 3: 151–164. [p.155].