Overview

Distribution

sublittoral sample station #5 (Lister Tief (buoy 1)), Sylt
Collection date: May 1983; February, May, July 1984
Depth: 8 m
Substrate: fine sand

sublittoral sample station #9 (middle between Lister Tief buoy 3 and Lister Tief buoy 5), Sylt
Collection date: May 1983; February, May, July 1984
Depth: 6 m
Substrate: medium sand

sublittoral sample station #25 (Schweinebucht, Bake innen), Sylt
Collection date: May 1983; February, May, July 1984
Depth: 3 m
Substrate: medium sand

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

List, Litoralstation der Biologischen Anstalt Helgoland (12), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Kind: type locality
Comments: Sandwatt. Knick, Strandnick (Kennzeichnung der Strandabschnitte bei Schmidt 1968)

südlich Hörnum Hafen (29), Sylt, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandwatt.

Knisepsand, Weststrand (2), Amrum, Germany
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: Sandhang.

Lakolk, Westrand, Rømø (Romo), Denmark
Collection date: 1966-1968
Comments: verschiedene Stellen.
  • Hoxhold S. 1974. index card avail.
     . Zur Populationsstruktur und Abundanzdynamik interstitieller Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria, Neorhabdocoela). Mikrofauna des Meersbodens 41: 1-134.
  • Noldt U. 1989.   . Kalyptorhynchia (Plathelminthes) from sublittoral coastal areas near the island of Sylt (North Sea). I. Schizorhynchia. Microfauna Marina 5:7-85.
  • Schilke K. 1970. index card avail.
     . Kalyptorhynchia (Turbellaria) aus dem Eulitoral der deutschen Nordseeküste. Helgol Meeresunters 21:143-265.
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