Abietinella operculata (Peña Cantero, Álvaro L. & Marzal, Marina Fresneda 2018)
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- Abietinella operculata Peña Cantero, Álvaro L., 2018, Zootaxa 4441: 128-130.
Abietinella operculata — Marques et al., 2005: 1443 –1450 (synonymy).
Material examined. 48EV194, a stem up to 63 mm high and a partially stolonal colony, on S. glacialis (IK–2012– 10437) and a partially stolonal colony (IK–2012–10435).
Remarks. Well-known species that does not need further comment. See Marques et al. (2005) for an eXtensive description of the species and a wide discussion about the genus.
Biology and Ecology
Ecology and distribution. Present material collected at depths between 325 and 409 m. Antarctic-Patagonian distribution (Stepanjants 1979).
- Peña Cantero, Álvaro L.; Marzal, Marina Fresneda; 2018: Benthic hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) from off George V Coast (East Antarctica), Zootaxa 4441: 128-130. doi