First record of <i>Adeonellopsis subsulcata</i> (Smitt, 1873) (Bryozoa: Gymnolaemata) in Cuba

  • Armando Sosa-Yañez Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología (ICML) Posgrado en Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Laboratorio de Sistemática y Ecología de Equinodermos, ICML, UNAM. Circuito Universitario
  • Leslie Hernández-Fernández Centro de Investigaciones de Ecosistemas Costeros (CIEC), Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila
  • Yunier Olivera Centro de Investigaciones de Ecosistemas Costeros (CIEC), Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila,
Keywords: First record, Bryozoa, Adeonidae, Adeonellopsis subsulcata, Cuba

Abstract

Adeonellopsis subsulcata (Smitt, 1873) (Bryozoa: Gymnolaemata) was first reported in Cuba on the marine terraces of the “Desembarco del Granma” National Park at the southeastern Cuban coast. Samples were collected using SCUBA gear at 12 m (19º 49’ 48’’ N, 77º 39’ 11’’ W) and 14 m deep (19º 50’ 04’’ N, 77º 42’ 34’’ W). Reference material has been included in the zoological collections of the Cuban Center for Coastal Ecosystems Research (Centro de Investigaciones de Ecosistemas Costeros-CIEC).

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Published
2014-10-18
How to Cite
Sosa-Yañez, A., Hernández-Fernández, L., & Olivera, Y. (2014). First record of <i>Adeonellopsis subsulcata</i&gt; (Smitt, 1873) (Bryozoa: Gymnolaemata) in Cuba. Journal of Marine and Coastal Sciences, 6, 29-36. https://doi.org/10.15359/revmar.6.2
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