Overview

Distribution

inner Königshafen, Sylt Island, Germany, North Sea
Collection date: May 1982 -Jul 1983
Substrate: sand
Comments: Königshafen. at the eulittoral-supralittoral transition belt of the lentic tidal coast. Strandgebiet im inneren Konigshafen. Dargestellt ist der Bereich zwischen 30 cm über und 30 cm unter der MHWL. Senke.

site south of Keitum, Germany
Collection date: 1982-1983
Substrate: sand

Hornum-Ost (Hörnum, Hoernum), Sylt Island, Germany
Collection date: Sep 1981
Substrate: medium-coarse sand
Comments: Hörnum, Nehrungshaken und Lagune. Spartina auf Mittel- bis Grobsand, -15 bis + 30 cm, 8 x 10 cm2.

eastern shore of Sylt Island, Germany
Collection date: 1968-1970

List, Litoralstation der Biologischen Anstalt Helgoland (12), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt. (leg. Hoxhold)

Hindenburg-damm, Südseite, ca. 100 m östlich Salzwiesenabbruchskante (19), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Kind: type locality
Comments: Sandhang (sw)

Waarding-Deel Bucht (24), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang

Lakolk, Westrand, Rømø (Romo), Denmark
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang

Heiligenhafen, Schleswig Holstein Land, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang
  • Hellwig M. 1987. index card avail.
     . Oekologie freilebender Plathelminthen in Grenzraum Watt-Salzwiese lenitischer Gezeitenkuesten. Microfauna Marina 3:157-244.
  • Hoxhold S. 1974. index card avail.
     . Zur Populationsstruktur und Abundanzdynamik interstitieller Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria, Neorhabdocoela). Mikrofauna des Meersbodens 41: 1-134.
  • Schilke K. 1970. index card avail.
     . Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria) aus dem Eulitoral der deutschen Nordseeküste. Helgol Meeresunters 21:143-265.
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Ecology

Habitat

coastal sub-soil water
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Source: World Register of Marine Species

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