Turbellaria --- Distribution records

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Collecting site

Puget Sound, Washington, USA

latitude: 47.833099    
longitude: -122.434601    

Precision of location: Alexandria Digital Library (with USGS GNIS data)
Site Named Here: By name of island, bay, strait, lake, river, or stream, etc., named in source publication

Collected here:

Eurylepta leopardaAug 5, 1953shallowsandone specimen among other polyclads collected by Mrs. D.W. Orihel at Friday Harbor and Woodah Island in Puget Sound. Found on a dredged tunicat. Sexually mature, laid eggs in lab,.
Leptoplana chloranotaprior to 1933littoralstonesunder stones
Notoplana inquietaprior to 1953
Notoplana celerisprior to 1933
Notoplana sanjuaniaprior to 1953Hyman has collected several specimens alive in Puget Sound,
Notoplana sanjuaniaprior to 1933
Pseudostylochus burchamiMay, 1941taken by Freeman at two points in Puget Sound and by Lynch in the same region.
Acerotisa albaprior to 1933on hydroids at the old marine station.
Pseudostylochus ostreophagusNov, 1953imported from Japan. In one locality in Puget Sound, Mr Woelke estimated 600,000 worms per acre. Mr. Woelke notes that this worm attacks small oysters by covering shell and boring a small hole into the shell.
Kaburakia excelsa1953