Turbellarian taxonomic database

Collecting site

Redding Point, Plymouth Sound, United Kingdom

latitude: 50.355999
longitude: -4.186735

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Collected here:

Promesostoma marmoratumAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northward under Mount Edgcumb Park. This area is prolific in littoral forms, the tide-pools and rocks being covered with a profusion of animal and vegetable life. P. marmoratum, Monotus fuscus, and M. lineatus are prevalent.
Monotus fuscaAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northward under Mount Edgcumb Park. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. Monotus fuscus, and M. lineatus are prevalent, abundant among the Ulva that covers the stones.
Monotus lineatusAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northward under Mount Edgcumb Park. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. Monotus fuscus, and M. lineatus are prevalent, abundant among the Ulva that covers the stones.
Stylostomum variabileAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. Young stages were found between tide-marks at Redding Point and round Mallard Buoy in September.
Convoluta paradoxaAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Aphanostoma elegansAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. A single specimen amongst Ulva at Redding Point.
Microstomum groenlandicumAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. Among Ulva.
Promesostoma marmoratumAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Promesostoma soleaAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Acrorhynchus caledonicusAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks. Found in abundance among Fucus, Halydris, &c, in tide-pools near Picklecombe Fort and Redding Point; less commonly in Wembury Bay,
Macrorhynchus naegeliiAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Hyporhynchus armatusAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Provortex balticusAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Plagiostomum vittatumAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Plagiostomum koreniAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Plagiostomum sagittaAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Vorticeros auriculatumAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.
Monotus fuscaAug-Sep 1892Redding Point to northwards. This area is prolific in littoral forms, tide-pools and rocks.





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