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State of knowledge of the Acotylea (Polycladida, Platyhelminthes) from the Mediterranean coasts of Spain: new records and new species

Autor Marquina, Daniel; Aguado, Mª Teresa; Grande, Cristina; Noreña, Carolina
Fecha de publicación sep-2013
EditorZoological Systematics and Evolution Research Group
Universidad de Barcelona
Societat Catalana de Biologia
Museo de Ciencias Naturales (Barcelona)
CSIC-UPF - Instituto de Biología Evolutiva (IBE)
Citación II Iberian Congress of Biological Systematicss (2013)
ResumenThere is a great diversity of polycladid species along the Mediterranean coast, but our knowledge of this group of animals in this area is still very limited. This study is a contribution to the Polycladida (Platyhelminthes) from the Iberian Peninsula, in particular the Mediterranean coasts. Nine species, mainly new species or new records, have been studied. Imogine stellae sp.nov. from Mar Menor (Murcia, Spain) is described and I. mediterranea Galeni, 1976 recorded for the first time in Spain. The genus Planocera Blainville, 1828 within the Mediterranean basin is reviewed; Planocera graffi Lang, 1879 redescribed, and its synonymy with Planocera pellucida (Mertens, 1833) is considered. The genus Notoplanella Bock, 1931 from South Africa, is represented by two species in Spain, N. inarmata Bock, 1931 (type species) and N. estelae sp.nov., both from the shores of Mar Menor. Trigonoporus cephalophtalmus Lang, 1884 is recorded for the first time after the description of Lang (1884) and Stylochus neapolitanus (Delle Chiaje, 1841-1844) Lang, 1884, and S. pilidium Goette, 1881 are re-described. Leptoplana mediterranea (Bock, 1913), today known for Italy and Tunisia, is recorded for the Iberian Peninsula for the first time.
Descripción Póster presentado en el II Iberian Congress of Biological Systematicss (Diversity is life), celebrado en Barcelona del 25 al 27 de septiembre de 2013.
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