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Rediscovery of Cereopsis studeri Koch, 1891, a forgotten Mediterranean soft coral species, and its inclusion in the genus Nidalia Gray, 1835 (Octocorallia, Alcyonacea, Nidaliidae)

AutorLópez-González, Pablo J.; Grinyó, Jordi ; Gili, Josep Maria
Palabras claveMediterranean
Alcyonacea
Soft coral
Cereopsis studeri
Nidalia
Manned submersible
Fecha de publicación7-jun-2012
EditorTaylor & Francis
CitaciónMarine Biology Research 8(7): 594-604 (2012)
ResumenCereopsis studeri was described by G. von Koch in 1891 with material from Naples. However, it was subsequently synonymized, erroneously identified, and overlooked in subsequent soft coral literature of the twentieth century. After the original description, this species was not recorded or correctly described for 120 years. The study of newly collected material from the North Western Mediterranean permits the re-description of this forgotten species and its assignation to the genus Nidalia in the family Nidaliidae. The main features of Nidalia studeri com. nov. are: colony torch-like, a capitulum light orange in colour, not laterally flattened, dome-shaped and not distinctly projecting beyond the stalk, introvert with sclerites transversally placed in two longitudinal rows per interseptal space, anthocodial crown with 28-38 sclerite rows, points separated from polyps distally, formed by 6-9 pairs of sclerites, and the presence of intermediate points (secondary points) between principal (interseptal) ones. Nidalia studeri is here compared with its closest congeners, especially with the Indonesian species N. simpsoni, species from the West Indian Region N. dissidens, N.occidentalis, N. deichmannae, and the recently described Nidalia aurantia from the Mid-Atlantic Ocean. This is the first time that the genus Nidalia and the family Nidaliidae have been reported with certainty for the Mediterranean Sea. © 2012 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
Descripción12 pages, 10 figures
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17451000.2011.650178
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/91828
DOI10.1080/17451000.2011.650178
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1080/17451000.2011.650178
issn: 1745-1000
e-issn: 1745-1019
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