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AuthorM.A. Faasse
TitleFaunistisch overzicht van de Nederlandse kelkwormen (Entoprocta).
JournalNederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen
Keywordskelkwormen; Entoprocta; Nederland; verspreiding
AbstractFaunistic overview of the entoprocts of the Netherlands (Entoprocta)
Five species of entoprocts are known to occur in the Netherlands: Pedicellina cernua, Barentsia
benedeni, Barentsia gracilis, B. matsushimana and B. ramosa. Barentsia ramosa is recorded here for
the second time from Europe, from the Nieuwe Waterweg, leading to the port of Rotterdam. The
species was found for the first time in Europe in the Westerschelde (near Doel, Belgium), leading
to the port of Antwerp. It could not be rediscovered at this locality, but may still be present.
Pedicellina nutans has been recorded, but may be a synonym of Pedicellina cernua. As the validity
of Pseudopedicellina mutabilis is questioned, the single record of this form from the Netherlands is
treated as doubtful. Entoprocts of the solitary family Loxosomatidae are not known to occur in the
Netherlands. However, until now nobody seems to have investigated polychaete worms and other
invertebrates for these entoprocts.
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