Overview

Distribution

Porthyrysgaw (Llaneillan, Llangollen), Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom
Collection date: 1958-1961
Substrate: medium sand, slightly muddy
Comments: frequent at LWS. Gut of many specimens contained partly digested nematodes.

Porthyrysgaw (Llaneillan, Llangollen), Anglesey, North Wales, United Kingdom
Collection date: 1958-1961
Substrate: fine sand
Comments: common at LWN. Gut of many specimens contained partly digested nematodes.

Ile de Callot, Roscoff, France
Collection date: Sep 19, 1973
Substrate: fine muddy sand
Comments: from the eulittoral flat of the west side of the Ile de Callot (200 m to the left of the Church).

Ile de Callot, Roscoff, France
Collection date: Sep 19, 1973
Substrate: coarse sand
Comments: from the beach slope, eulittoral of the west side of the Ile de Callot (200 m to the left of the Church).

De Panne (La Panne), Belgium
Collection date: 1984 or earlier
Substrate: sand
Comments: sandy beach at De Panne.
  • Boaden PJS. 1963. index card avail.
     . The interstitial fauna of some North Wales beaches. J mar biol Ass U K 43:79-96.
  • Ehlers U. 1980. index card avail.
     . Interstitial Typhloplanoida (Turbellaria) from the area of Roscoff. Cahiers de Bologie Marine 21:155-167.
  • Martens EE. 1984. index card avail.
     . Ultrastructure of the spines in the copulatory organ of some Monocelididae (Turbellaria, Proseriata). Zoomorphology 104:261-265.
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Ecology

Habitat

High lithoral in fine sand
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Source: World Register of Marine Species

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