Turbellaria --- Distribution records

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Collecting site

Bermuda Islands, Bermuda

latitude: 32.304443    
longitude: -64.751663    

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

Collected here:

Amphiscolops sargassiAug 1935floating 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 sargassicolaprior to 1939surfaceSargassumtaken alive on floating Sargassum.
Pseudoceros crozieriJul-Aug, 1935ascidian coloniestaken near or on ascidian colonies.
Leptoplana lactoalba1898stones and coralunder stones and corals on the reefs
Pseudoceros superbus (2)1900 or earlierstones'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 pardalisearlier than 1900stonescollected many years ago by Dr. Hartt Merriam and presented by him to the Museum of Yale University.
Macrogynium ovalis1934 or earlieroccurs in the intestine of Stichopus sp.
Pseudoceros splendidus1939 or earlierapparently 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 expatria2005 or earlierBermuda.
Gigantea gouvernoni2005 or earlier
Bipalium vagum
Amaga expatria1963
Amaga expatria1988