Armandia dolio Parapar & Moreira, 2015
- GBIF Backbone Taxonomy
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- Parapar, Julio; Moreira, Juan. Six new species of the genus Armandia Filippi, 1861 (Polychaeta, Opheliidae) from Lizard Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia). Zootaxa. 4019(1): 577-603 (2015).
- Armandia dolio
Diagnosis. Parapodia biramous, with prechaetal lobe and ventral lobe; prechaetal lobe symmetrical, with a notch giving distal border a bilobed appearance. Anal tube barrel-shaped, straight at base, increasing width at midline and tapering again towards distal end; anal tube opening directed posteriorly, not laterally compressed; posterior border provided with 10 pairs of short paired anal cirri of different length, about 1 / 5 as long as anal tube length; internal unpaired anal cirrus and pair of basal cirri present.
Etymology. The epithet dolio (L.) refers to the barrel-shaped anal tube. Habitat / Distribution. Sublittoral (5 – 14 m) on muddy sand. Most specimens (87.5 %) were collected at Vicki’s reef, in front of Palfrey Island and remaining ones at NW of Watson’s Bay (Fig. 1 B).
Material examined. Eight specimens in four samples. Holotype: AM W. 44241, MI QLD 2373. Paratypes: AM W. 43898, MI QLD 2333 (2); AM W. 47320, MI QLD 2373 (2); AM W. 47321, MI QLD 2373, on SEM stub; AM W. 45399, MI QLD 2440; AM W. 44557, MI QLD 2330, in EtOH.
- Parapar, Julio; Moreira, Juan. (2015). Six new species of the genus <em>Armandia </em>Filippi, 1861 (Polychaeta, Opheliidae) from Lizard Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia). <em>Zootaxa.</em> 4019(1): 577-603.