|Three species of Dorvilleidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) associated with Atlantic deep-sea reducing habitats, with the description of Ophryotrocha fabriae, new species|Paxton, H.; Morineaux, M. (2009). Three species of Dorvilleidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) associated with Atlantic deep-sea reducing habitats, with the description of Ophryotrocha fabriae, new species. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 122(1): 14-25. http://dx.doi.org/10.2988/08-22.1
In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. Biological Society of Washington: Washington. ISSN 0006-324X; e-ISSN 1943-6327
Nieuwe species; Dorvilleidae Chamberlin, 1919 [WoRMS]; Ophryotrocha fabriae Paxton & Morineaux, 2009 [WoRMS]; Marien
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Three deep-sea species of Dorvilleidae are studied. Ophryotrocha fabriae, new species, collected at the Lucky Strike hydrothermal vent field (1620–1730 m depth, Mid-Atlantic Ridge), is the first dorvilleid described from Atlantic deep-sea vents. It resembles O. maciolekae Hilbig & Blake, 1991, another Atlantic deep-sea species but differs in prostomial and pygidial appendages, chaetae, and maxillae. The second dorvilleid species, collected at the Haakon Mosby Mud Volcano (1258 m, SW Barents sea slope, off Norway), differs only slightly from O. spatula Fournier & Conlan, 1994 from Canadian Arctic ice scours and is, therefore, reported as O. cf. spatula, being the first Ophryotrocha reported from a cold seep site. The third species, sorted from the Menez Gwen hydrothermal vent field samples (840–865 m, Mid-Atlantic Ridge), is reported as Ophryotrocha sp., as the material was inadequate for full identification.