Overview

Distribution

Etang de Grande Palun, French Mediterranean coast, Camargue, France
Substrate: algae
Comments: collected from algae.

Baltalmani (Baltaliman), Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus), Turkey
Collection date: Aug 29, 1956
Substrate: coarse sand
Salin: 14.6 ppt

Baltalmani (Baltaliman), Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus), Turkey
Collection date: Aug 29, 1956
Salin: 17.3 ppt

Küçük Su (Kucuksu), asian river bank, Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus),Turkey
Collection date: Sep 9, 1956
Substrate: mud slime, filamentous algae
Salin: 18.8 ppt

Küçük Su (Kucuksu), asian river bank, Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus),Turkey
Collection date: Sep 16, 1956
Substrate: mud slime, filamentous algae
Salin: 17.3 ppt

Gök Su, Goksu Deresi (Asiatic bank), Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus), Turkey
Collection date: Sep 16, 1956
Substrate: coarse sand, gravel
Salin: 4.5-16.5 ppt

Gök Su, Goksu Deresi (Asiatic bank), Istanbul Bogazi (Karadeniz Bogazi, Bosporus, Bosphorus), Turkey
Collection date: Sep 9, 1956
Substrate: coarse sand, gravel
Salin: 4.5-16.5 ppt

south margin of brackishwater strandsee, Kucukeekmece (Kucuk Cekmece), Sea of Marmara (Marmara Meer), Turkey
Collection date: Sep 28, 1956
Substrate: mixed sand and algae between stones
Salin: 7.3 ppt

Point Judith, Rhode Island, USA
Collection date: 1874 or earlier
Depth: low water
Comments: found at low water creeping on Mytilus edulis (Leidy). Also found in somewhat brackish water, on piles of wharves, floating timbers, etc.

Greifswald, Germany
Collection date: 1848 or earlier
Kind: default type
Comments: Diese Art ist sehr häufig an der Küste bei Greifswald, und wurde vom Frühjahr bis in den Spätherbst beobachtet. Sie Hält sich an den einige Fuss unter der Oberfläche des Wassers wachsenden Algen auf ......

coast of Belgium
Collection date: 1860 or earlier
Comments: Littorale de Belgique.

southern coast of Norway
Collection date: 1855
Comments: Claparede har i 1855 fundet denne Art ligesom den foregaaende almindelig ved Norges sydlige og vestilge Kyst.

Schlei, Kieler Bay, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Collection date: 1937 or earlier
Comments: ...in der Schlei..

Ria de Guernica near Kanala, Spain
Collection date: 1997-1999
Salin: Brackish (meso)
  • Verrill AE, Smith SI. 1874.   . Report upon the invertebrate animals of Vineyard Sound and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features of the region. Gov Printing Office, Washington, 478 pp +38 pl.
  • Beneden P-J van. 1860.   . Recherches sur la Faune Littorale de Belgique. Turbellaries. Memoires de l'Academie royale des sciences de Belgique 32: 3-63.
  • Sopott-Ehlers B. 1993.   . Ultrastructural features of the pigmented eye spot in Pseudomonocelis agilis (Plathelminthes, Proseriata). Microfauna Marina 8:77-88.
  • Ax P. 1959. index card avail.
     . Zur Systematik, Ökologie und Tiergeographie der Turbellarienfauna in den ponto-kaspischen Brackwassergebieten. Zool Jahrb Abt Syst Oekol Geogr Tiere 87:43-184.
  • Schultze Max. 1851. index card avail.
     . Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte der Turbellarien. Greifswald. 78 pp, 7 plates.
  • Claparede E. 1861. index card avail.
     . A récherches anatomiques sur les Annelídes, Turbellaríes, Opalines et Gregarines observes dans les Hebrides. Mem Soc Phys d'Hist Nat Geneve. 16(4): 56-80, 124-148, 151-152, Tab V-VII.
  • Remane A. 1937.   . 8. Die übrige Tierwelt. In R. Neubauer & S. Jaeckel. Die Schlei und ihre Fischereiwirtschaft. Naturw. Ver. f. Schleswig-Holstein 22: 209-225.
  • Noreña C, Damborenea C, Faubel A & Brusa F. 2007.  abstract/note. Composition of meiobenthonic Platyhelminthes from brackish environments of the Galician and Cantabrian coasts of Spain with the description of a new species of Djeziraia (Polycystididae, Kalyptorhynchia). Journal of Natural History 41 (29-32): 1989-2005.
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Names and Taxonomy

Taxonomy

Litvaitis, MK, Nunn G, Thomas WK, Kocher TD 1994 (citation)- Molecular approach to identification of turbellarians. Use of "nucleotide sequence of a portion of the large subunit of the ribosomal RNA (26/28S rRNA)". Species used in the analysis were: Pseudomonocelis ophiocephala, Pseudomonocelis cetinae, Monocelis lineata, Monocelis longiceps, Otoplanid (no described), Microstomum sp, Pseudostomum sp., Convoluta pulchra, Neochildia fusca, Paratomella rubra.
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