Hydroides diramphus(Moore, 1907)


Details
Author:
Moore, 1907
Ecofunctional Group:
Zoobenthos
Origin:
Circumtropical
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1870
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Ozturk, 2012: Turkey
Invasive Characteristic:
No
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
shipping/fouling, ,
Establishement/Success:
established
Photo
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Synonyms
Eucarphus serratus , Eupomatus dirampha, Eupomatus lunifer , Eupomatus lunulifer , Hydroides lunulifera, Hydroides (Eucarphus) benzoni , Hydroides (Eucarphus) cumingii navalis , Hydroides (Eucarphus) cumingii , Hydroides (Eucarphus) dirampha , Hydroides benzoni , Hydroides cumingii , Hydroides heterocera, Hydroides heteroceros, Hydroides lunulifera , Hydroides malleophorus , Hydroides serratus , Serpula (Eupomatus) heterocerus, Serpula (Hydroides) lunulifera, Vermilia benzonii , Vermilia cumingii , Vermilia dirampha ,
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Annelida, Class : Polychaeta, Order : Sabellida, Family : Serpulidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Egypt Levantine 1928 established East Mediterranean El Komi, 1991
Spain unknown 1920 established West Mediterranean Fauvel 1927
Greece Ionian Sea 1981 casual Central Mediterranean Nicolaidou & Pitta, 1986
Israel Levantine established East Mediterranean Ben Eliahu, 1991
Italy Ligurian established West Mediterranean Bianchi, 1981
Italy Tyrrhenian 1870 established West Mediterranean Fauvel, 1927
Lebanon Levantine 1978 established East Mediterranean Zibrowius & Bitar, 1981
Tunisia unknown 1978 established West Mediterranean Zibrowius, 1978
Turkey Levantine 2005 established East Mediterranean Cinar, 2006
Turkey Marmara 1894 established East Mediterranean Ostroumoff, 1896
Turkey Marmara 1894 unknown East Mediterranean Ostroumoff, 1896

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Nicolaidou A, Pitta P, 1986. Fauna associated with marine plants in a brackish Lagoon of Amvrakikos Bay. Biologia gallo-hellenica, 12: 141-147., ( CMEDGRCION-L1586 )
  • El Komi, M., 1991. Incidence and ecology of marine fouling organisms in the Eastern Harbor of Alexandria. Mar. Pollution Bull. 23: 289-296., ( EMEDEGYLEV-L1585 )
  • Ben Eliahu NM , 1991. Red Sea Serpulids Polychaeta) in the Eastern Mediterranean. Ophelia supplement 5: 515-528, ( EMEDISRLEV-L1587 )
  • Zibrowius H & Bitar G., 1981. Serpulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) indopacifiques etablis dans la region de Beyrouth, Liban.Rapport de la Commission Internationale pour l’Exploration scientifique de la Mer Mediterranee 27, 2., ( EMEDLBNLEV-L1590 )
  • Cinar ME (2006) Serpulid species (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) from the Levantine coast of Turkey (eastern Mediterranean), with special emphasis on alien species. Aquatic Invasions 1(4): 223-240, ( EMEDTURLEV-L1593 )
  • Ostroumoff, A., 1896. Compates rendus des dragages et du plancton de l’expedition de “Selianik”. Bulletin de L’Academia Imperiale Des Sciences Saint Petersburg, 5: 33–92., ( EMEDTURMAR-L1594 )
  • Ostroumoff, A., 1896. Compates rendus des dragages et du plancton de l’expedition de “Selianik”. Bulletin de L’Academia Imperiale Des Sciences Saint Petersburg, 5: 33–92., ( EMEDTURMAR-L1595 )
  • Bianchi, C.N. 1981. Les especes de Serpuloidea (Annelides Polychetes) des lagunes cotieres Italiennes. Rapport de la Commission de l'Exploration de la mer Mediterranee, Monaco 27(4): 195-196., ( WMEDITALIG-L1588 )
  • Fauvel 1927: 358–359, figs 122 p–s [Spain, Valencia), ( WMEDITATYR-L1589 )
  • Zibrowius H., 1978. Quelques recoltes de Serpulidae (Annelida Polychaeta) sur les cotes nord de la Tunisie. Bulletin de l’Office Nationale de Peche, Tunisie, 2: 211-222, ( WMEDTUNUNK-L1592 )