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Looking for morphological evidence of cryptic species in Asterina Nardo, 1834 (Echinodermata: Asteroidea). The redescription of Asterina pancerii (Gasco, 1870) and the description of two new species

AuthorsLópez Márquez, Violeta; Acevedo, Iván ; Manjón-Cabeza, M. Eugenia; García-Jiménez, Ricardo; Templado, José ; Machordom, Annie
KeywordsAsteroidea
Mitochondrial DNA
Morphology
Nuclear DNA
Issue Date2018
PublisherCSIRO Publishing
CitationInvertebrate Systematics 32(3): 505-523 (2018)
AbstractThree species of the genus Asterina are known to inhabit the Mediterranean Sea and the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean: Asterina gibbosa (Pennant, 1777), A. pancerii (Gasco, 1870) and A. phylactica Emson & Crump, 1979. Differentiation of these species has primarily been based only on subtle characters (some highly debatable), such as colour or size. Therefore, this study aimed to review the morphological data characterising members of the genus, to incorporate new characters that may clarify morphological analyses and to couple morphological data with molecular evidence of differentiation based on the analysis of partial sequences of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) and 18S rDNA (18S) genes and two anonymous nuclear loci (AgX2 and AgX5). The different lineages and cryptic species identified from the molecular analysis were then morphologically characterised, which was challenging given the limited number of diagnostic characters. Two of the five monophyletic lineages obtained molecularly (COI divergence >4%), further supported by differences in morphological characters and reproductive behaviour, are proposed as new species: Asterina martinbarriosi, sp. nov. from the Canary Islands, Spain (eastern central Atlantic Ocean) and Asterina vicentae, sp. nov. from Tarragona, north-eastern Spain (western Mediterranean Sea).
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/IS17024
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/198473
DOI10.1071/IS17024
ISSN1445-5226
E-ISSN1447-2600
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