Die Polychaeten der Amsterdam-Expedition nach der Insel Ascension (Zentral-Atlantik)
Bijdragen tot de dierkunde , Volume 61 - Issue 4 p. 219- 235
During the Amsterdam Expedition to Ascension Island in 1989 eighteen species of polychaetes were collected, fifteen of which were already known to science. One could not be identified to species level and two were new to science: Aricidea (Aedicira) ascensionensis n. sp. and Notodasus arenicola n. sp. Four of the known species are widely distributed, three are circumtropicalsubtropical and one has a tropical-subtropical distribution in the Pacific and in the Atlantic Ocean. Another species is recorded from different regions in the Atlantic Ocean. The rest of the species were – until now – only known from their type localities, viz. West Indies, Angola, Persian Gulf, Galapagos Islands, and South Shetland Islands.
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Hartmann-Schröder, Gesa. (1992). Die Polychaeten der Amsterdam-Expedition nach der Insel Ascension (Zentral-Atlantik). Bijdragen tot de dierkunde, 61(4), 219–235.