Brief Summary ( البلجيكية الهولندية )

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De ruwe zakpijp is meestal aan de zijkant vastgehecht. Als je ze uit het water tilt spuiten ze water uit; vandaar de bijnamen 'zeikers' en 'pissers'. Ze kunnen massaal aan de onderkant van boten zitten. Met de hogedrukspuit kun je er van af halen.
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Brief Summary ( الإنجليزية )

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The Ascidiella scabra is a rather robust, usually attached on its side. If you bring it out of the water, it often squirts water, giving it all kinds of appropriate nicknames. This sea squirt can live in large numbers on the hull of boats. However, it is easy to remove using a high-pressure hose.
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Ascidiella aspersa ( الإنجليزية )

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Ascidiella aspersa is a species of solitary sea squirts native to the northeastern Atlantic, from the Mediterranean Sea to Norway. They possess oval bodies up to 50 to 130 mm (2.0 to 5.1 in) in length. Their branchial (or oral) siphons are conical and positioned at the top of the body. They possess six to eight lobes. The atrial siphons are located at the upper third of the side of the body and possess six lobes. The body is covered by a firm transparent test that is greyish to brown in color. The test often snag detritus that remain loosely attached to the animal. When expanded, at most 40 tentacles can be observed on the inside surface of the branchial wall. Both the openings of the branchial and atrial siphons possess lighter colored ridges on their rims. They may also be frilled at times. A. aspersa are attached to the substrates by the left side of their bodies. They can be found in dense groups of unfused individuals on hard surfaces like rocks. at depths of up to 90 m (300 ft).[2][3][4][5]

A. aspersa closely resemble Ciona intestinalis, but can be distinguished by their lack of yellow markings around their siphons.[2]

References

  1. ^ K. Sanamyan & C. Monniot (2011). Shenkar N, Gittenberger A, Lambert G, Rius M, Moreira Da Rocha R, Swalla BJ, Turon X (eds.). "Ascidiella aspersa (Müller, 1776)". Ascidiacea World Database. World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  2. ^ a b B.E. Picton & C.C. Morrow (2010). "Ascidiella aspersa (O F Müller, 1776)". Encyclopedia of Marine Life of Britain and Ireland. Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  3. ^ Lisa Curtis (2005). "A sea squirt - Ascidiella aspersa". Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  4. ^ NIMPIS (2012). "Ascidiella aspersa (solitary ascidian)". National Introduced Marine Pest Information System. Archived from the original on 2012-11-28. Retrieved February 6, 2012.
  5. ^ M.J. de Kluijver & S.S. Ingalsuo (2012). "Ascidiella aspersa". Macrobenthos of the North Sea - Tunicata. Maine Species Identification Portal. Retrieved February 6, 2012.
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Ascidiella aspersa: Brief Summary ( الإنجليزية )

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Ascidiella aspersa is a species of solitary sea squirts native to the northeastern Atlantic, from the Mediterranean Sea to Norway. They possess oval bodies up to 50 to 130 mm (2.0 to 5.1 in) in length. Their branchial (or oral) siphons are conical and positioned at the top of the body. They possess six to eight lobes. The atrial siphons are located at the upper third of the side of the body and possess six lobes. The body is covered by a firm transparent test that is greyish to brown in color. The test often snag detritus that remain loosely attached to the animal. When expanded, at most 40 tentacles can be observed on the inside surface of the branchial wall. Both the openings of the branchial and atrial siphons possess lighter colored ridges on their rims. They may also be frilled at times. A. aspersa are attached to the substrates by the left side of their bodies. They can be found in dense groups of unfused individuals on hard surfaces like rocks. at depths of up to 90 m (300 ft).

A. aspersa closely resemble Ciona intestinalis, but can be distinguished by their lack of yellow markings around their siphons.

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Vuilwitte zakpijp ( البلجيكية الهولندية )

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De vuilwitte zakpijp (Ascidiella aspersa) is een zakpijpensoort uit de familie van de Ascidiidae.[1] De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1776 door Müller.

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  1. Sanamyan, K.; Monniot, C. (2013). Ascidiella aspersa (Müller, 1776). In: Shenkar, N.; Gittenberger, A.; Lambert, G.; Rius, M.; Moreira Da Rocha, R.; Swalla, B.J.; Turron, X. (2013) Ascidiacea World Database. Geraadpleegd via: World Register of Marine Species op http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=103718
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ヨーロッパザラボヤ ( اليابانية )

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ヨーロッパザラボヤ TunicateMurloughNNR.jpg 分類 : 動物界 Animalia : 脊索動物門 Chordata 亜門 : 尾索動物亜門 Urochordata : ホヤ綱 Ascidiacea : マメボヤ目 Enterogona 亜目 : マメボヤ亜目 Phlebobrachia : ナツメボヤ科 Ascidiidae : Ascidiella : ヨーロッパザラボヤ A. aspersa 学名 Ascidiella aspersa (Muller, 1776) 和名 ヨーロッパザラボヤ

ヨーロッパザラボヤ(学名:Ascidiella aspersa)は、脊索動物門ホヤ綱に分類されるホヤの仲間の1種。

分布[編集]

ノルウェーから地中海が原産域とされる[1]

アメリカ東海岸、アルゼンチン南アフリカインドオーストラリア南部、ニュージーランド日本外来種として移入分布している。日本での最初の記録は2008年9月で、北海道の内浦湾(噴火湾)のホタテガイ垂下養殖漁場において、貝や養殖施設に大量に付着していることが確認された[1]。当初は在来種のザラボヤAscidia zara)と考えられていたが、2010年にヨーロッパザラボヤであることが発表された[1]

特徴[編集]

体長130mmに達する大型のホヤ[2]。単体性で、潮間帯から50mまでの水深に生息し、波の弱い湾の入り江や港内など浅海域で多く見られる[2]。雌雄同体。

出典[編集]

  1. ^ a b c ヨーロッパザラボヤ(Ascidiella aspersa)判定マニュアル 独立行政法人水産総合研究センター
  2. ^ a b 金森 誠・馬場勝寿・長谷川夏樹・西川輝昭・岩崎敬二「外来種ヨーロッパザラボヤAscidiella aspersa(Müller,1776)の生物学的特徴と簡易識別および同定について(技術報告)」、『北水試研報』第81巻、
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ヨーロッパザラボヤ: Brief Summary ( اليابانية )

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ヨーロッパザラボヤ(学名:Ascidiella aspersa)は、脊索動物門ホヤ綱に分類されるホヤの仲間の1種。

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Diet ( الإنجليزية )

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plankton feeder
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Stolfi, A.; Sasakura, Y.; Chalopin, D.; Satou, Y.; Christiaen, L.; Dantec, C.; Endo, T.; Naville, M.; Nishida, H.; Swalla, B. J.; Volff, J.-N.; Voskoboynik, A.; Dauga, D.; Lemaire, P. (2014). Guidelines for the nomenclature of genetic elements in tunicate genomes. <em>Genesis.</em> 53(1): 1-14. North-West Atlantic Ocean species (NWARMS) North-West Atlantic Ocean species (NWARMS) North-West Atlantic Ocean species (NWARMS) North-West Atlantic Ocean species (NWARMS) Fofonoff, P.W.; Ruiz, G.M.; Steves, B.; Carlton, J.T. (2014). National Exotic Marine and Estuarine Species Information System (NEMESIS) Castro, K.; Giachetti, C.; Battini, N.; Bortolus, A.; Schwindt, E. (2020). Cleaning by beaching: introducing a new alternative for hull biofouling management in Argentina. <em>Aquatic Invasions.</em> 15(1): 63-80.
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Distribution ( الإنجليزية )

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Bay of Fundy to Cape Hatteras
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Identification ( الإنجليزية )

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Often confused with A. scabra, because it can attaches itself to the hard substrate by his flanks - a characteristic of the latter.
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