Turbellarian taxonomic database

Collecting site

Long Island Sound, off New Haven Connecticut, USA

latitude: 41.251202     41°15'4.33"N
longitude: -72.927399     72°55'38.64"W

[Precision of location: gauged from chart or map]
[Site Named Here by name of island, bay, strait, lake, river, or stream, etc., named in source publication]



Collected here:

Stylochus zebra (Verrill, 1882)Oct 29, 1892several specimens taken on oyster beds in Long Island Sound off New Haven by Mr. Gilbert Van Ingen. All were found in dead shells of Fulgar that were occupied by hermit crabs (Eupagurus pollicaris).
Discocelides ellipsoides (Girard, 1853)1940 or earlier0 - 335 mLong Island Soud northward, uncommon, found in shallow and deeper waters, to 1,100 feet, among rocks and shells.





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