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Bermuda Islands, Bermuda
Precision of location: Alexandria Digital Library (with NGA GNDB data)
Site Named Here: By name of island, bay, strait, lake, river, or stream, etc., named in source publication
|Amphiscolops sargassi||Aug 1935||floating Sargassum||'on floating Sargassum (whether of pelagic or of neritic origin unknown.' Not common, only 4 specimens from considerable amount of water and Sargassum.|
|Gnesioceros sargassicola||prior to 1939||surface||Sargassum||taken alive on floating Sargassum.|
|Pseudoceros crozieri||Jul-Aug, 1935||ascidian colonies||taken near or on ascidian colonies.|
|Leptoplana lactoalba||1898||stones and coral||under stones and corals on the reefs|
|Pseudoceros superbus (2)||1900 or earlier||stones||'under stones at and just below low-tide, usually associated with a dark botrylloid compound ascidian or with a dark purplish sponge, with both of which it corresponds closely in color.|
|Pseudoceros pardalis||earlier than 1900||stones||collected many years ago by Dr. Hartt Merriam and presented by him to the Museum of Yale University.|
|Macrogynium ovalis||1934 or earlier||occurs in the intestine of Stichopus sp.|
|Pseudoceros splendidus||1939 or earlier||apparently cosmopolitan. The type locality is the Mediterranean and the species has since been found at Bermuda (Hyman, 1939b) and the Galápagos Islands (Plehn, 1896).|
|Amaga expatria||2005 or earlier||Bermuda.|
|Gigantea gouvernoni||2005 or earlier|