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WSA_OBIS_Symbiotic polychaeta of the stony coral Mussismilia hispida (Verril, 1868) in two islands off the coast of Sao Paulo State and Polychaeta on the continental shelf off Santos, SPEntry ID: Polychaeta_in_Mussismilia_hispida
Abstract: - Version 1.0. Polychaeta worms associated with the stony coral Mussismilia hispida (Verril, 1868) from Laje de Santos and Alcatrazes islands off the coast of Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Twelve colonies of the stony coral were employed: fixed and preserved in formalin solution, decalcified in formic acid + formalin and the remaining invertebrate fauna was sifted and preserved in ethanol. The ... Polychaeta were identified at the species level and some new taxa were recognized and described. See below the list of publications for further information on the results of this work. Identified by J.M. Nogueira.
- Version 2.0 Composition and distribution of polychaetes were studied in southeastern Brazilian continental shelf adjacent to Santos (ECOSAN Thematic Project). Aiming a spatio-temporal community comprehension, 21 stations were sampled in duplicates during August/2005 and February/2006, with a box-corer (0.09 m2). Polychaete was the dominant macrofauna group, totalizing 16274 individuals and 214 species. The fauna distribution along the depth gradient was related to sediment type, mean grain size and sediment sorting, which partially promoted the existence of three distinct communities: (1) a shallow community, dominated by Apoprionospio dayi, inhabiting very fine and fine well selected sand; (2) a community dominated by Aphelochaeta sp., Levinsenia gracilis and Aricidea (A.) catherinae, inhabiting mixed sediments between 50-84 m depth; (3) and a community dominated by Sigambra grubii, Sternaspis capillata and Leitoscoloplos kerguelensis, inhabiting muddy sediments in a deeper region of the continental shelf. The local hydrodynamic regime and the deep intrusion of the South Atlantic Central Water (SACW) were considered secondary factors in the distribution of polychaetes. High values of richness and diversity were observed throughout the shelf, ranging from 20 to 66, and from 2.37 to 5.45 respectively. The region between 50-84m showed peaks of these community descriptors, probably associated with greater sediment heterogeneity, and the communities overlapping. The functional groups showed a similar distribution to species distribution. Interface-feeders were dominant functional group in coastal region, while motile surface and subsurface deposit feeders with soft proboscis and motile carnivores with jaws were dominant in the region between 50 and 100m. Identified by M. Shimabukuro
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Dataset Originator/Creator: Fabio Lang da Silveira and Rubens M. Lopes
Dataset Title: WSA_OBIS_Symbiotic polychaeta of the stony coral Mussismilia hispida (Verril, 1868) in two islands off the coast of Sao Paulo State and Polychaeta on the continental shelf off Santos, SP
Dataset Release Date: October 2011
Dataset Release Place: Sao Paulo
Dataset Publisher: WSAOBIS
Issue Identification: PhD Thesis 2000 - USP (Zoology) and MsC Dissertation 2011
Data Presentation Form: Hard copiesOnline Resource: http://www.iobis.org/
Start Date: 1996-03-17Stop Date: 2006-04-12
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Email: nogueira at ib.usp.br
NOGUEIRA, Joao Miguel de Matos; AMARAL, Antonia Cecília Zacagnini 2000. Amphicorina schlenzae, a small sabellid (Polychaeta, Sabellidae) associated with a stony coral in São Paulo State, Brazil. Bulletin Of Marine Science v.67, n.1, p. 617-623.
NOGUEIRA, Joao Miguel de Matos ; STEINER, Tatiana Menchini ; AMARAL, Antonia Cecília Zacagnini 2001 Descriptions of two new species of Eunice Cuvier, 1817 (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) from coastal islands of the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Scientia Marina v.65, n.1, p. 47-57.
NOGUEIRA, Joao Miguel de Matos; San Martín, G. 2002 Species of Syllis Lamarck, 1818 (Polychaeta: Syllidae) living in corals in the state of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil. Beaufortia v.52, n.7, p. 57-93.
NOGUEIRA, Joao Miguel de Matos; HUTCHINGS, P.A.; AMARAL, Antonia Cecília Zacagnini 2003 Articulatia, a new genus of Terebellinae (Polychaeta, Terebellidae) living in Brazilian corals. Journal Of the Marine Biological Association Of the United Kingdom v.83, n.4, p. 761-770.
NOGUEIRA, Joao Miguel de Matos; San Martín,G.; FUKUDA, Marcelo Veronesi 2004 On some exogonineans (Polychaeta, Syllidae) from the northern coast of the State of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil. Results of BIOTA/FAPESP/Bentos Marinho Project. Meiofauna Marina v.13, p.45-77.
Shimabukuro, M. 2011 Comunidades de Polychaeta (Annelida) da plataforma continental ao largo de Santos, SP: Composicao, distribuicao e estrutura trofica. IO USP, MsC Dissertation, Biological Oceanography. 151 p..
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DIF Creation Date: 2009-04-16
Last DIF Revision Date: 2016-01-27