Hydroides albiceps ( Grube, 1870 ),

Kupriyanova, Elena K., Sun, Yanan, Ten Hove, Harry A., Wong, Eunice & Rouse, Greg W., 2015, Serpulidae (Annelida) of Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia, Zootaxa 4019 (1), pp. 275-353: 280

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4019.1.13

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3511762

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scientific name

Hydroides albiceps ( Grube, 1870 )
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Hydroides albiceps ( Grube, 1870) 

( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2)

Serpula (Eupomatus) albiceps Grube, 1870: 520  –521 [Red Sea].

Eupomatus albiceps  . — Willey 1905: 312, pl. 7, fig. 180 A [ Sri Lanka]; Hartman 1954: fig. 641 [ Marshall Islands]; Reish 1968: 228 [ Marshall Islands].

Hydroides albiceps  . — Fauvel 1953: 460, fig. 241 d, e [ Sri Lanka]; Pillai 1960: 12 [ Sri Lanka]; 1971: 112–113 [same]; Straughan 1967 b: 220, fig. 8m [Qld, Australia]; Imajima 1976 a: 234 –235 [diagnosis, Japan]; 1976 b: 133–135, fig. 8 a –v [Tanegashima, Japan]; 1978: 53–54 [Izu Islands, Japan]; 1979: 168 [Honshu, Japan]; 1982: 44 [ Micronesia]; Mak 1982: 601 –602 [ Hong Kong]; Day & Hutchings 1979: 143 [Qld; name in checklist]; Imajima & ten Hove 1984: 43–44 [ Truk Islands, Ponape and Majuro Atoll; Shark Bay, WA, Australia; Gulf of Thailand, Indonesia, Samoa]; 1986: 5 [ Solomon Islands]; Vine & Bailey-Brock 1984: 139, fig. 2 K [ Sudan, Red Sea]; Yang & Sun 1988: 311, fig. 150 F –G [South China Sea]; Nishi 1993 a: 12, table 1 [Ryukyu Islands; reproduction]; Meng et al. 1994: 47 [Hainan, South China Sea]; Wang & Huang 1993: 7 [ Hong Kong; fouling]; Ishaq & Mustaquim 1996: 164 –166, fig. 2 [ Pakistan]; Hassan 1998: 50 [Red Sea, figure]; Mohan et al. 1997: 351, 354–355, fig. 10 [ India; fouling]; Fiege & Sun 1999: 112 –114 [Hainan Island, China]; Sun & Yang 2000: 117 –118, fig. 1 A –G [same]; ten Hove & Ben-Eliahu 2005: 129 –132, 134, 135, 137, 143– 145 [opercular development; Seychelles, Red Sea, Philippines, Samoa, Qld, Australia]; ten Hove & Kupriyanova 2009: 52 [name only]; Sun et al. 2012 a: 7 View Cited Treatment , figs 3 A –B, 4 A –H [ Hong Kong]; Bailey-Brock et al. 2012: 969 [Enewetak, Marshall Islands]; Sun et al. 2015: 10 –14, fig. 2 [WA, NT, Qld, Australia].

Hydroides minax  (not Grube).— Gibbs 1971: 203 [ Solomon Islands].

Hydroides spiratubus Pillai, 2009: 128  –131 [Kimberley, WA].

Material examined. AM W. 20155 (2), Turtle Beach, lagoon, 14 ° 40 'S, 145 ° 28 'E, coll. G. Anderson, 22 Jun 1982; MAGNT W025510, off Casuarina Beach  , lagoon of Patch Reef, 14 ° 40 ' 48 ''S, 145 ° 26 ' 42 ''E, coral rubble, 2 m, coll. N. Bruce, 15 Apr 2008.

Diagnosis. Opercular verticil with 6–13 spines, curved outward, with rectangular to clavate tips, without any accessory spinules. Dorsal verticil spine vesicular, consisting of a bulbous median part, and two latero-dorsal more or less triangular (seen from the dorsal side) outpockets; the three parts vary considerably in relative size. Funnel with 14–31 clavate to bottle-shaped chitinized radii, bluntly rounded in juveniles, base of funnel not chitinized. Grooves separating radii extending 1 / 2 of funnel length ( Fig. 2View FIGURE 2).

Remarks. The species is most similar to Hydroides trivesiculosa Straughan, 1967 b  . According to Sun et al. 2015, H. albiceps  differs from H. trivesiculosa  in the size and shape of the dorsal verticil spine. H. trivesiculosa  has an exceptionally large vesicular dorsal verticil spine which is more than 5 times longer than the smaller verticil spines. The lateral outpockets of the dorsal verticil spine are straight in H. albiceps  , while those of H. trivesiculosa  are larger and curved ventrally.

Distribution. Red Sea, widely distributed in the Indo-West Pacific.

MAGNT

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Sabellida

Family

Serpulidae

Genus

Hydroides

Loc

Hydroides albiceps ( Grube, 1870 )

Kupriyanova, Elena K., Sun, Yanan, Ten Hove, Harry A., Wong, Eunice & Rouse, Greg W. 2015
2015
Loc

Hydroides minax

Gibbs 1971: 203
1971
Loc

Hydroides albiceps

Sun 2015: 10
Sun 2012: 7
Bailey-Brock 2012: 969
Hove 2009: 52
Hove 2005: 129
Sun 2000: 117
Fiege 1999: 112
Mohan 1997: 351
Ishaq 1996: 164
Meng 1994: 47
Nishi 1993: 12
Wang 1993: 7
Yang 1988: 311
Vine 1984: 139
Mak 1982: 601
Day 1979: 143
Imajima 1976: 234
Straughan 1967: 220
Pillai 1960: 12
Fauvel 1953: 460
1953
Loc

Eupomatus albiceps

Reish 1968: 228
Willey 1905: 312
1905
Loc

Serpula (Eupomatus) albiceps

Grube 1870: 520
Loc

Hydroides spiratubus

Pillai 2009: 128