cf. Acrocirridae morphospecies,

Amon, Diva J, Ziegler, Amanda F, Drazen, Jeffrey C, Grischenko, Andrei V, Leitner, Astrid B, Lindsay, Dhugal J, Voight, Janet R, Wicksten, Mary K, Young, Craig M & Smith, Craig R, 2017, Megafauna of the UKSRL exploration contract area and eastern Clarion-Clipperton Zone in the Pacific Ocean: Annelida, Arthropoda, Bryozoa, Chordata, Ctenophora, Mollusca, Biodiversity Data Journal 5, pp. 14598-14598: 14598

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.5.e14598

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scientific name

cf. Acrocirridae morphospecies
status

 

cf. Acrocirridae morphospecies 

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: Diva J. Amon, Amanda F. Ziegler; individualCount: 1; lifeStage: Adult; behavior: Swimming; occurrenceStatus: present; preparations: Imaged only; Taxon: taxonConceptID: cf. Acrocirridae morphospecies; scientificName: Acrocirridae sp.; kingdom: Animalia; phylum: Annelida; class: Polychaeta; order: Terebellida; family: Acrocirridae; taxonRank: family; scientificNameAuthorship: Banse, 1969; Location: waterBody: Pacific Ocean; stateProvince: Clarion-Clipperton Zone; locality: Eastern Clarion-Clipperton Zone ; verbatimLocality: Site EPIRB; maximumDepthInMeters: 3915; locationRemarks: RV Melville Cruise MV1313; decimalLatitude: 13.6785; decimalLongitude: -114.4067; geodeticDatum: WGS84; coordinateUncertaintyInMeters: 25; Identification: identifiedBy: Adrian Glover, Helena Wiklund, Diva J. Amon, Amanda Ziegler; dateIdentified: 2014; identificationRemarks: Identified only from imagery; identificationQualifier: cf.; Event: samplingProtocol: Remotely Operated Vehicle; eventDate: 2013-10-23; eventTime: 11:14; habitat: Abyssal polymetallic-nodule field; fieldNumber: Dive 7 (RV07); Record Level: language: en; institutionCode: UHM; datasetName: ABYSSLINE; basisOfRecord: HumanObservationGoogleMaps 

Notes

Distinct segments visible with long, paddle-like parapodia. Often swimming near the benthos.

Fig. 9