Turbellarian taxonomic database

Collecting site

Biological Station Misaki, Japan

latitude: 35.133331     35°7'59.99"N
longitude: 139.616669     139°37'0.01"E

[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:

Hofstenia atroviridisJun, Jul 1914shallow, surf zoneExposed coast. Slow acting animal found in shallows of ebbing tide, in tide pools, and at greater depth between Laminaria roots. Found between Corallina- Bestaenden.
Neostylochus fulvopunctatusprior to 1920intertidal
Otocelis rubropunctataprior to 2004
Amphiscolops sp.prior to 1965
Convoluta sp.prior to 1965
Paramecynostomum diversicolorprior to 2004
Vorticeros lobatum1918 or earlier
Vorticeros ijima1918 or earlier
Leptostylochus ovatusSep 25, 1930single specimen obtained from the undersurface of stone between tidemarks at Araibama.
Discostylochus yatsuiMay 15, 1933collected on the underside of stone in the tidal zone at Araibama.
Cryptophallus eximiusJul 26, 1930single specimen collected under the stone near the low tidemark at Bentensita.
Stylochoplana clara1930-1936species is commonly found living on Zostera and Phyllospadix all year round.
Paraplanocera rubrifasciataSep 9, 193227.4 msingle specimen dredged from a depth of 15 fathoms off Hutamatiya.
Pseudoceros sagamianusApr 6, 1935single specimen collected at Bentensita.
Prosthiostomum auratumAug 28, 1936found creeping on Phyllospadix.
Prosthiostomum purum193227.4 msix specimens collected in the autumn from a depth of 15 fathoms off Hutamatiya.
Prosthiostomum yeriiSep 7, 193227.4 mone specimen from a depth of 15 fathoms off Hutamatiya.
Discocelis japonica1937 or earlier
Stylochoplana pusilla1938This species is a small parasitic form, found in the mantle cavity of Monodonta labio. Also harbours in the mantle cavity of Cellana toreuma.
Pseudostylochus takeshitai1938 or earlier
Planocera reticulata1932-1933found in abundance in this district and Misaki all the year round; multi-tenticular forms often occur.
Discocelis fulva1944 or earlierMisaki; Susaki. Common under stones between tidemarks in summer.
Stylochus ijimai1944 or earlierMisaki.
Leptostylochus gracilis1944 or earlier
Cryptocelis ijimai1944 or earlier
Notoplana delicata1944 or earlier
Notoplana japonica1944 or earlier
Discoplana takewakii1944 or earlier
Zygantroplana clepeasta1938two specimens found on Clepeaster japonicus Döderlein by Dr. K. Takewaki in the summer of 1938.
Hoploplana ornata1944 or earlierMisaki.
Planocera purpurea1944 or earlier
Planocera profunda1944 or earlier32-36 m
Planocera multitentaculata1944 or earlierUsually found together with Planocera reticulata.
Paraplanocera oligoglena1944 or earlier
Callioplana marginata1944 or earlier
Pseudostylochus obscurus1944 or earlier
Pseudostylochus fulvus1944 or earlier
Thysanozoon brocchii1944 or earlier
Thysanozoon vulgaris1944 or earlier
Pseudoceros flavomarginatus1944 or earlier
Pseudoceros reticulatus1944 or earlier
Pseudoceros gratus1944 or earlier
Pseudoceros sagamianus1944 or earlier
Pseudoceros nipponicus1944 or earlierMisaki.
Cycloporus japonicus1944 or earliercommonly found on compound ascidians.
Chromoplana bella1944 or earlier
Amyella lineata1944 or earlier
Prosthiostomum rubropunctatum1944 or earlier
Prosthiostomum ostreae1944 or earlierfound on cultivated oyster-shells.

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