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Steinneset, near Bergen, Norway
Collection date: Oct 13, 1964
Depth: 250 m
Comments: 20 specimens in the holothurian Parastichopus tremulus (Gunnerus), most in the foregut immediately behind mouth. [sample number 461-64 (E3).]

Herdla (Herlo), off Bergen, Norway
Collection date: 1923
Kind: type locality
Comments: lives in the intestine of host, although also found in the cavity of the body. Host include Stichopus tremulus Gunn., Mesothuria intestinalis (in cavity of body)

Herdla (Herlo), off Bergen, Norway
Collection date: 1923
Kind: type locality
Comments: lives in the intestine of host, although also found in the cavity of the body. Host Stichopus tremulus Gunn.

Trondheim Fjord, Trondheimfjord (harbor of Trondheim), Norway
Collection date: 1924
Comments: lives in the intestine of host, although also found in the cavity of the body. Host Stichopus tremulus Gunn.

Herdla (Herlo), off Bergen, Norway
Collection date: 1924
Kind: type locality
Comments: lives in the intestine of host, although also found in the cavity of the body. Host Stichopus tremulus Gunn.

Drobak (Dröbak, Dröback), Norway
Collection date: prior to 1923
Kind: default type
Comments: Westblad notes that Bock found this species in Dröbak. Host Stichopus tremulus Gunn.

Koster (Syd-Koster, Nord-Koster, Norra Koster), Goteborgs och Bohus Lan, Sweden
Collection date: prior to 1975
Kind: type locality
Comments: Swedish west coast, Syd-Koster.

Raunefjorden (Raunefjord, Raune Fjord), Fjord, near Bergen, Norway
Collection date: Oct 13, 1964
Depth: 250 m
Comments: Espegrend, near Bergen, Norway. In the holothurian Parastichopus tremulus (Gunnerus) collected in Raunefjord.

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