Stelletta hajdui, a new species from the southwestern Atlantic (Porifera, Choristida, Ancorinidae)
A new species of Stelletta from the southwestern Atlantic, Stelletta hajdui sp.n. is described from the slope off Rio Grande do Sul State coast, Brazil (32°24'S, 50°15'W) (Fig.1). The material studied was dredged up at the depth of 200m by the R/V Atlântico Sul, during “Projeto Talude” run by Fundação Universidade de Rio Grande (FURG). A key to the Brazilian Stelletta sponges is provided.
|Keywords||Porifera, Choristida, Ancorinidae, southwestern Atlantic, taxonomy|
|Journal||Bulletin Zoologisch Museum|
|Rights||Released under the CC-BY 4.0 ("Attribution") License|
Lerner, Cléa, & Mothes, Beatriz. (1999). Stelletta hajdui, a new species from the southwestern Atlantic (Porifera, Choristida, Ancorinidae). Bulletin Zoologisch Museum, 16(12), 85–88.