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A new scale worm commensal with deep sea mussels in the seep sites at the florida escarpment in the eastern gulf of mexico polychaeta polynoidae branchipolynoinae



A new scale worm commensal with deep sea mussels in the seep sites at the florida escarpment in the eastern gulf of mexico polychaeta polynoidae branchipolynoinae



Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 99(3): 444-451



Some polynoid polychaetes found living commensally in mantle cavities of deep-sea mussels at the seep-sites near the Florida Escarpment, are described as a new species of Branchipolynoe, B. seepensis. They show some differences from the previously described B. symmytilida, commensal with deep-sea mussels in the Galapagos hydrothermal vents.

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