Overview

Distribution

Mariakerke, Belgium
Collection date: Aug, 1983
Kind: type locality
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: medium fine sand with shell debris

Mariakerke, Belgium
Collection date: Mar, 1983
Kind: type locality
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: medium fine sand with shell debris

Mariakerke, Belgium
Collection date: Jun, 1983
Kind: type locality
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: medium fine sand with shell debris

Heist (Heyst, Heist-sur-Mer, Heist-aan-Zee), Belgium
Collection date: Oct, 1984
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: fine sand rich in silt

Heist (Heyst, Heist-sur-Mer, Heist-aan-Zee), Belgium
Collection date: Nov, 1984
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: fine sand rich in silt

Heist (Heyst, Heist-sur-Mer, Heist-aan-Zee), Belgium
Collection date: Jan, 1984
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: fine sand rich in silt

Heist (Heyst, Heist-sur-Mer, Heist-aan-Zee), Belgium
Collection date: Mar, 1984
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: fine sand rich in silt

Wimereux (Wimerux), France
Collection date: May, 2006
Depth: mid-littoral
Substrate: medium fine sand
Comments: medium fine sand with abundant Arenicola marina
  • Jouk PEH, Martens EE, Schockhaert ER. 2007.   . Cirrifera genitoductus, n. sp. (Platyhelminthes, Proseriata, Coelogynoporidae) from the Belgian coast, with observations on its ultrastructure and its significance for the taxonomy of the Coelogynoporidae. Belg J Zool 137:223-230.
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Physical Description

Diagnostic Description

 Cirrifera species with very long ejaculatory duct, prostate vesicle close to the seminal vesicle and additional prostate glands close to the copulatory bulb. Cirrus 130 µm long, uniformly armed with spines 6-9 µm long. With a long genito-intestinal duct and a pair of large glands behind the genital pore. 
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