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California, Redondo Canyon, south wall, 1.65 miles WSW of end of Redondo Bach Pier [33°49'42"N, 118°25'18"W], December 5 1952, Coll. Allan Hancock Foundation R/V Velero IV, 232 m, green mud, fine sand
Holotype(LACM-AHFPOLY 000435) and 1 Paratype (LACM-AHFPOLY 000436).
Baja California Sur, La Paz Bay, Sta.989-2 (1 specimen), September 18, 1989, 4-17 m, Coll. Rolando Bastida-Zavala.
USA: California (Hartman 1963).
Decamastus gracilis was described from Southern California (USA) and Bastida-Zavala (1995) reported it from La Paz Bay. After examination of Bastida-Zavala's materials we conclude that they correspond to Dasybranchus parplatyceps and that the record of Dasybranchus gracilis from México is erroneous.
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