Polycopetta quadrispinata

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Tanaka H, Tsukagoshi A (2013) Description and scanning electron microscopic observation of a new species of the genus Polycopetta (Crustacea, Ostracoda, Cladocopina) from an interstitial habitat in Japan. ZooKeys 294 : 75–91, doi. Versioned wiki page: 2013-04-22, version 34040, https://species-id.net/w/index.php?title=Polycopetta_quadrispinata&oldid=34040 , contributors (alphabetical order): Pensoft Publishers.

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Halocyprida
Familia: Polycopidae
Genus: Polycopetta

Name

Polycopetta quadrispinata Tanaka & Tsukagoshi, 2013 sp. n.Wikispecies linkZooBank linkPensoft Profile

Type series

Holotype: adult male (SUM-CO-2093), right valve length 357 μm, height 301 μm, left valve length 358 μm, height 288 μm, soft parts mounted on a slide and valves preserved in a cardboard cell slide, Paratypes: 10 adult males (SUM-CO-2094–2103) and 11 adult females (SUM-CO-2104–2114). All specimens were collected on 24 June 2009.

Type locality

The holotype specimen was collected from Mihomasaki beach, Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, along the Pacific coast of central Japan, 35°01'13"N, 138°31'20"E (Fig. 1B); in an interstitial environment at 40 cm below the shoreline sand surface. The substrate consisted mainly of clastic very coarse sand (median grain size is about 1.5 mm).

Diagnosis

Carapace oval and anteriorly concave in lateral view. Carapace peripheral surface covered with shallow pits, except on posterodorsal area, and with scale-like sculptures in anterior area. Anterior end of both valves with one conspicuous spine. Posteroventral margin of right valve with four conspicuous spines in both sexes. In each valve, 73 simple pores, 23 pore systems involving a circular depression and two contiguous pore systems. Male second podomere of the antennula with one ventral seta, third podomere with one ventral seta with serrated tip. Spermatozoa length approximately 750 μm.

Description of adult male

Carapace (Figs 2A–E, 3–6). Carapace oval and anteriorly concave in lateral view. Yellowish white colour in living individuals. Carapace periphery surface covered with shallow pits except on posterodorsal area, and with scale-like sculptures on anterior area (Figs 2A, B, 3, 4). Anterior end of both valves with one conspicuous spine (Figs 2A, B, 3, 4). Mid-anterior to posteroventral margin covered with serration and fringe (Figs 2A, B, 3). Posteroventral margin of right valve with four conspicuous spines and fringe (Fig. 5A, B) and of left valve with fine serrations (Figs 2B, 3B). In each valve, 73 simple pores (Figs 4, 5C, D), 23 pore systems involving a circular depression with bifurcated seta (Figs 4, 5C) and two contiguous double pore systems with bifurcated seta (Figs 4, 5D). Adductor muscle scar consisting of three closely spaced scars (Fig. 5E). Marginal infold of each valve developed along anterior to posteroventral margins (Figs 2C, D, 6B, C, J–L). Along hinge margin of right valve: anterodorsal bar and groove (Fig. 6A), anterior socket (Fig. 6E), median bar (Fig. 6F), posterior socket (Fig. 6G), and posteroventral groove (Fig. 6D, H). Along hinge margin of left valve: anterodorsal bar (Fig. 6I), anterior knob (Fig. 6M), median bar (Fig. 6N), posterior knob (Fig. 6O), and posterior bar (Fig. 6P).
Frontal organ (Figs 7A, 8B). Spinous seta divided at mid-length. Distal half with long and proximal half with short setae, respectively (Fig. 8B).
Antennula (Figs 7B, 8C). Uniramous, four articulated podomeres. First podomere rectangular in shape and tapering distally, with setulae on dorsal margin, lateral surface and at ventrodistal end, respectively. Second podomere about four-fifths as long as first podomere, with one annulated setulous seta at dorsoproximal end, one simple seta on ventrodistal end (Figs 7B, 8C), and setulae on dorsal margin, lateral surface, ventral middle margin and at ventrodistal end, respectively. Third podomere about one-fifth as long as first podomere, with one short simple seta at dorsodistal end and one seta with serrations at ventrodistal end (Figs 7B, 8C). Fourth podomere small, with four long setulous annulated setae.
Antenna (Figs 7D, D', 8D). Typically biramous, with exopodite and endopodite consisting of nine and three podomeres, respectively. Basis triangular and tapering distally. Exopodite: first podomere about one–third as long as basis; podomere lengths decreasing in size from second to eighth, each podomere with one long plumose annulated seta, respectively; ninth (distal-most) podomere very small, with one long annulated, one medium annulated and one short bare setae at distal end. Endopodite (Figs 7D, D', 8D): first podomere about two-thirds as long as first podomere of exopodite; second podomere half as long as first podomere, with one setulous seta along dorsal margin, one clavate process at proximal middle end (Fig. 7D') and five setae at distal end consisting of three long annulated, one medium annulated and one short annulated setulous. Third podomere one-fifth as long as first podomere, with one dorsal outgrowth (Figs 7D', 8D), and two long spinous annulated, one long annulated and one short setulous annulated setae at distal end.
Upper lip (Fig. 10A). Semicircular in lateral view, with fine setae on surface (Fig. 13A).
Mandibula (Fig. 10B). Coxal endite with four teeth. Basis with four plumose annulated setae on ventral margin, and one plumose annulated seta at mid-lateral surface. Exopodite pear-shaped, distal end jagged, with thin setae, and one simple seta. Endopodite consisting of two podomeres. First podomere with three annulated plumose setae on ventral margin and two annulated long setulous setae at dorsodistal end. Second podomere very small, bearing two plumose setae at distal end.
Maxillula (Fig. 10C, C', C"). Precoxa (Fig. 10C') with seven annulated plumose setae and one stout setulous seta on ventral side. Coxa (Fig. 10C") with two short and two medium plumose setae on lateral surface near ventroproximal margin, two short and two medium plumose setae on lateral surface of ventral middle margin. Basis rectangular, dorsally-convex in lateral view, with one medium and one long plumose setae on ventral margin, and setulae along ventral margin. First podomere of endopodite with one long plumose seta at ventrodistal end. Second podomere three-fourths as long as first podomere, with two long and one medium annulated setulous setae on ventrodistal area, one short annulated and one medium setulous annulated seta at dorsodistal end. Third podomere small, with 4 long annulated setulous setae. Exopodite with four tufts along dorsal margin, and nine annulated setae at distal end.
Fifth limb (Figs 10D, 11). Coxa bearing branchial plate (epipodite) with 15 long plumose setae, and four short setulous setae on dorsolateral area. Basis with three setulous and three plumose setae on dorsal and ventral margin, respectively. Endopodite consisting of two podomeres (Fig. 11). First podomere with one plumose seta. Second podomere rectangle, with one plumose seta. Exopodite with four setulous setae.
Furca (Figs 12A, 13B). Furcal claws six and seven on left and right lamella, respectively, with row of setae on dorsal side.
Male copulatory organ and posterior body (Figs 12A, 13B–D). Arising from outer surface of body on left side of terminal trunk segment as long curved copulatory duct. Tuft of stout setae at ventral right side (Fig. 12A, 13C). Posterior body including a lot of very long spermatozoa, approximately 750 μm long (Fig. 12A, 13D).

Description of adult female

Mandibula, maxillula, fifth limbs, and upper lip similar to those of adult male.
Carapace (Fig. 2F–J). Carapace length and height larger than adult males.
Antennula (Fig. 7C). Uniramus, four articulated podomeres. First podomere similar to that of adult male. Second podomere about four-fifths as long as first podomere, with one annulated setulous seta at dorsoproximal end, and setulae on dorsal margin, lateral surface, ventral middle margin and at ventrodistal end, respectively. Third podomere about one-fifth as long as first podomere, with one short simple seta at dorsodistal end. Fourth podomere small, with five long setulous annulated setae.
Antenna (Fig. 7E). Only second and third podomeres of endopodite different from those of adult male. Endopodite consisting of three podomeres. Second podomere half as long as first podomere, with one setulous seta along dorsal margin and five annulated setae at distal end. Third podomere one-fifth as long as first podomere with four annulated setae at distal end.
Furca (Fig. 12B). Each lamella with seven claws.

Dimensions

See Table 1.

Table 1. Dimensions of valves of Polycopetta quadrispinata sp. n. from type locality.
Length (μm) Height (μm)
Mean Observed range N Mean Observed range N
Male Right valve 357 353–361 10 296 292–301 10
Left valve 356 353–364 10 290 288–294 10
Female Right valve 380 372–388 9 312 306–322 9
Left valve 381 373–389 9 308 302–316 9

Occurrence

So far known only from type locality.
Etymology. Specific name quadrispinata, an adjective derived from the Latin prefix quadri- (four) and Latin adjective spinatus (spiny), referring to the four spines on the posteroventral margin of the right valve in both sexes.

Original Description

  • Tanaka, H; Tsukagoshi, A; 2013: Description and scanning electron microscopic observation of a new species of the genus Polycopetta (Crustacea, Ostracoda, Cladocopina) from an interstitial habitat in Japan ZooKeys, 294: 75-91. doi

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